Solar and wind power, dense native plant gardens, minimal electricity, and other green practices make this small spot worthy of the eco designation (unlike many others that are eco in name only). Of course, those benefits are also drawback depending on your tolerance for heat. The rooms do have electricity but it’s very unreliable and fans tend to stop unexpectedly. There are no in-room outlets, but you can charge your toys in the restaurants. That said, this place harkens back to the old camping on the beach days. Blue, yellow, and pink bungalows are rustic, but have private bath and hammocks on porches or terraces. Ocean facing rooms are best for views and breezes; rooms toward the back of the property in the gardens can be sweltering in summer. Rates are high for what you get, though rustic simplicity away from the busier parts of the beach has its benefits.