We had a large room which was very comfortable. Good AC units, large bed, fridge, and a small counter with toaster and microwave. The TV only had Thai channels, but we were able to stream using the Wi-Fi.
The electricity was a little spotty, had power cuts in the village a few times on our first evening. The room was also equipped with cutlery and plates etc. The bathroom was a little tight, but fuctional, the only problem was the sliding door that kept getting stuck. But it was quiet and peaceful so we always had a decent nights sleep. It was in a convenient location, about 400m to the beach, close to shops and restaurants, but the village itself was very expensive. The staff downstairs was friendly and helped us booked a tour for the Similan islands, however there was no welcome drink, and the cocktails served at the bar were not good. Overall, it was a comfortable stay, and I would recommend it.