Kiko, 2 nights.
Guest house Kiko is ok for a couple of nights. It is comfy enough and clean enough with good aircon. However, it was let down by it's dated interior and rude family members and owner of the guest house. Firstly, they took our passports to check us in and said they would return them straight away. An hour later we still hadn't had them back so went to find someone to ask for them. We couldn't find anyone on the property until we found an older lady who couldn't speak much English saying they'd be back in an hour (not ok). We called the contact number for the properly and different really rude ladies answered saying the owner would be back with our passports 'soon' (really not ok). We demanded for the owner to come back immediately with them and he came around 20 minutes later (very reluctantly) with them. This didn't make us feel comfortable at all, so do not leave your passports with them! We stayed the two nights as planned. But on the first morning the old lady spoke to us again demanding, very rudely our room key. There were no more incidents after this however, they need to understand that how they were treating guests did not make us feel welcome and very uncomfortable. There was one older man at the guest house who was very lovely and answered a few questions about the island we had. I hope they take this review in to account as it has potential to be a very lovely place to stay.