Cozy and intimate eco-hut, great for retreats, it is
Rating: 3/5 stars
Shared home / apt
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200 Per Night
About this listing
Mudhole? Slimy? Mmm. My home this is! Very cozy, mmm.
Good food, we eat. Good food. Cook rootleaf, I do!
Very challenging, parking is. Able to assist, am I.
Things to Do
Adventure. Heh! Excitement. Heh! Crave not these things.
Reviews & Ratings
Rating: 3/5 stars
About the Host, Yoda
Lived on Dagobah for many years, I have. Glad to have guests, I am!
Quiet, but when he talks, he has something like a speech impediment, but he’s really positive and motivating. Made for a great retreat.
I had a pretty nice stay all-in-all, but the host is super quirky. Freaks out why you say the word “try” for some reason. Scavenges for just about everything. At one point I saw him chewing on a flashlight.
If meditation, history of the Universe, politics, religion, an genealogy are of interest, this place is for you.
Don’t judge a book by its cover- be careful if he challenges you to Parkour.
Thanks for the stay. Very enlightening.
Got sent out to buy some groceries, ended up in a cave having to fight some sort of clone of myself – otherwise ok.
A swamp lizard ate my dog.
Host speaks in riddles and orders you to move around rocks. Host also took my stuff and even hit my droid. However, the host does handle parking issues and has a great eco training program. Had some difficulty checking out as the host and even a ghost told me to stay longer without offering any discount on price.
Great fitness center with yoga and meditation areas. Only problem is being caned when you “try.”
Lovely host (although I think he has a speech impediment?) But be warned, not for the tall.
During check in, the host rummaged through my belongings. The lodgings are small. I mean really small. I had to crouch down to avoid hitting my head on the entry ways and ceiling. Now my back hurts. The food was decent, organic, and vegetarian.
Despite the initial encounters with the host, he was able to locate my keys I accidentally dropped in the nearby swamp.
If looking for a more natural experience, I recommend.
Should have a sign outside that reads must be the short to stay. Rained the whole time. Good Food, funny host. Needs an exterminator infested with snakes.
Host was excellent, but very low ceilings in the lodging. Swamp walks are nice. Stay out of dark places and caves in the area. I really just don’t want to talk about what I saw there. Can’t unsee.
Parking is limited, I ended up landing in a swamp. The host is nice enough but kept stealing my food. Try not to get on his bad side or he might hit you with his walking stick. But other than that, good stay.
Great place for emotional and spiritual enlightenment. Physical activities can be exhausting, but great for your stamina.
Some places to be avoided; gases can cause hallucinations. Some entertainments are only what you’ve brought with you.
The place has no toilet (the host doesn’t use one). Be warned.
Terrible parking. Almost got destroyed by the wildlife. The host then hit me with a stick after I met him and left me out in the rain while he fed the other guy I was with. Then taught him how to pick me up and drop me with his mind. WORST. VACATION. EVER.
Great, quaint location. Didn’t appreciate the host’s use of anastrophe though.
Nice and cozy. Food is less than desirable. The host (a short green guy who seems to have a speech impediment), keeps you from leaving. I fortunately had to make up an excuse about my friends being in trouble. Only then was I finally able to get off the resort.
Host was a quirky little dude, found him rifling through my luggage on arrival, pretty sure he was after my Oreos. His fitness routine was odd to say the least, pretty sure he was trying to get me to ‘use the force’ to sort out the last jokers ‘bad parking’.
I really love the slimy mudhole feel of the place. I would have given 5 stars but the place is not droid friendly. I had to leave mine outside in the rain.
Surprisingly non cluttered, considering how long this dudes been living here. Being under a lot of foliage, the property doesn’t get a ton of direct sunlight, but this does add to the coziness. Mr Yoda came off a bit creepy at first, but in kind of a “retired motivational speaker” way rather than a “murdery rapist” way, so we decided to roll the dice. Turned out great. would definitely repeat.
If caves are your bag, you’re quids in here. Murky plunge pool, but refreshing none the less.
where are the other photos. from other angles and neighbouring rooms?
Speak the host could not. Very disappointing. If someone can speak the intergalactic top common language, one should do so correctly.
Great, quaint location. Too much anastrophe.
Great! Went here for a family trip, loved it. The host’s use of anastrophe got old quickly, but besides that, it was perfect! This place really sucks you in. Way better than that Sarlac pit.