This property is wonderfully removed from the chaos of the nearby town and offers a relaxed pace. I love that it's small and personal. The owner, Julie, is passionate about the farm and area, and so dedicated to her guests. The staff were very warm and friendly, esp Liti. For the cost, it was a great value, given the included breakfast, use of kayaks, etc. The place is unfortunately in much worse shape after the death of one of the proprietors, the pandemic, and the large cyclone. The pool is out of order currently. I loved having the private bure but I had the misfortune of being there when a very inconsiderate and large group occupied the other two bures and kept me awake. (No fault of the management, obviously, but I just wanted to mention that the property is big but the bures are close together.) Julie has lots of plans for new things on the property. Before diving into those, I think the main focus should be some TLC for the rooms. My bure had great bones (tall ceilings, lots of light) but could definitely use a deep clean (windowsills, corners, ant trails on walls leading to dead bugs, etc.). There was also a wasp problem in my room that the worker said he had fixed 3 times before it actually seemed to be addressed, so there needs to be greater attention to the integrity of all the screens, etc. The hot water was not very hot, which is common in Fiji but could be improved. Overall, there's so much potential and this could be amazing with a little attention to detail.