Lonely Planet review
A short (uphill) walk from town, this family-run guesthouse features plain, functional well-scrubbed rooms with air-con, and there’s a nice communal kitchen. Overall the whole place is well maintained, linen is fresh and the staff is friendly. A safe bet.
Our independent authors have visited Nagua Resthouse and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Gizo.
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