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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Jungle Blues Dream Art Gallery & Homestay
Junglebluesdream is the only combined art gallery and homestay in a longhouse in Sarawak. The art gallery, which is also our living room, exhibits Stephens own paintings...
Bariew Backpackers Lodge
The quietly affable Raddish runs this excellent family-run guesthouse near the centre of Bario...
Bario Airport Homestay
Five rooms right across the road from the airport terminal. Run by Joanna, the airport’s personable dynamo of an operations manager.
Bario Asal Lembaa Longhouse
Run as a cooperative by the entire longhouse. Some local families let out rooms, while others do the cooking. A great way to experience longhouse living. Transport from the airport costs RM10 per person each way.
De Plateau Lodge
Situated about 2km east of the centre (bear left at the fork), this two-storey wooden chalet has seven rooms (including one triple) and a homey living room. It is owned by Douglas, a former guide whose son is a big fan of Liverpool FC...
Situated 5km southeast of town (bear right at the fork) five minutes from the longhouse village of Pa’ Umor...
Owned by artist and one-time guide Stephen Baya, a Bario native, and his friendly Danish wife Tine, this super-welcoming lodge (and art gallery) has four mural-decorated rooms, good-quality beds and quilts, and fantastic Kelabit food...
A friendly place owned by a retired Sarawak Forestry employee, this longhouse-style establishment offers prim twin-bed rooms and plenty of comfy common space decked with posters, world flags and cowboy hats. It’s a great place for large groups.
Surrounded by a verdant fruit and veggie garden where you can pick your own pineapples, this sustainably-run farm – an idyllic spot to chill – is run by a local woman, Dorkas Parir, and her Canadian husband Stu, who runs kayaking trips...
Nancy & Harriss
Run by a former guide whose grandmother was once married to Tom Harrisson, this rambling place has seven guest rooms, a lovely verandah, a library-equipped lounge and endearingly tacky floor coverings...
Ngimat Ayu’S House
This brown, two-storey place, run by the impressive but personable son of the Kelabits’ former pemancha (paramount chief), has seven rooms and a chill-out verandah with rice-field views. Situated on a slope 200m east of the yellow public library...
Simple two- and three-bed accommodation in a small house on the main road. Meals are available if ordered in advance.
Ba Kelalan Apple Lodge Homestay
Batu Ritung Lodge
Green Valley Guesthouse