This villa is part of a larger eco-lodge that is under renovation/development at the moment. Airbnb blocks the website, but if you contact the owner the full website will be provided, which gives a better understanding of the overall lodge compound. We had a mixed experience, it turned out to be a lovely weekend but with a bit of confusion. The location is really lovely, but this place is a work-in-progress.
Pros: The location is wonderful! The environment is just as pictured, it's unique to find someplace with such a natural feel so close to beach activities at La Somone and Saly. If you have a 4x4, the lodge is only a 15-minute drive from La Somone, and also very close to Popenguine. The atmosphere is very laid back and relaxed, and everyone was very friendly. Communication with Celine was excellent. The house was clean.
Cons: This property seems to be in transition. During our visit there were workers at the property, and I understand renovation is going on at several locations. The photos of the house we rented showed a kitchen with a stove and refrigerator, but they have actually been removed. There is not even a water kettle in the kitchen, so really the kitchen is a totally unusable feature. Guests must either leave the compound to eat or eat at the restaurant, which is extremely basic. Staff were unable to give a clear accounting of what dishes they could prepare, and at what price. The menu and price list published on the internet were not accurate. The villa we rented was also extremely hot, and electricity to run the fans was cut in the night time. It looked to me like the house had not been designed as an "eco-lodge" concept but instead was being retro-fitted for that purpose. We were aware there was no air conditioning, but further work needs to be done to the house so that it is reasonably comfortable (example, remove windows and replace with screens, put ventilation in the ceiling so hot air can escape).