Guest AccessOur wooden house is located as part of a compound of four wooden houses. All four houses share the two acre wooded grounds with gardens and two pools. Our house has a private pool and the other three houses share a pool. We are not on the river bank, but can see the river through the trees and access the river and our kayaks stored under the neighboring house. Interaction with GuestsWhen guests stay at the wooden house I move to the city where my Cambodian family live (unless the guests just want one bedroom and the living room, at a lower rate, with me staying in the separate "grandpa cottage" across the veranda). Unless I am away from Phnom Penh (about 4 months of the year) I am available to advise guests about things to do in the area. If I'm away, our property manager and host is Mr. Puth, who used to work with Raffles Le Royal Hotel and who is an experienced host for guests from abroad. Getting AroundSince our house is about 20 minutes by car from the center of the capital, visitors use a local tuk tuk or a metered taxi to get into the city. There is also the option of hiring Mr. Seyha who has a luxury car and is an experienced host, interpreter and guide. Other Things to NoteBecause of the location among the trees and near the river, it is not as hot at our house as in Phnom Penh. April and May are the hottest months. One bedroom has a.c. The other bedrooms and living area and terraces have many ceiling fans and good air circulation with large screened windows. a.c. not possible in the other bedrooms because so much air passage a.c. can't be contained. Except in the hottest months of April and May guests have found the house comfortable. In April and May added floor fans are possible on request.