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Harbour Front Guesthouse, Gaua Manu Guesthouse, Maskelynes, Malekula
Island: Malekula
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Manu Guesthouse at Pellonk village on Uluveo island, is one of several low profile, inexpensive guesthouses in the Maskelynes. The bungalow is a sturdy construction using modern and traditional materials. There's one bed, three mattresses and space for more people. Surprisingly, there are no mosquitoes. Bring your own bath towel and soap.

 

Harbour Front Guesthouse, GauaBanam Bay Bungalows, Malekula
Island: Malekula
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The bungalow at Banam Bay is built with local materials, has a small porch, is basically furnished and sleeps at least three people (it has two single beds and room for more). Mosquito coils are provided. There's no electricity and hurricane lamps are used for lighting. The bungalows have two modern, western toilets and showers. They are connected to the community water supply but there are too many leaks upstream and the pressure is feeble.


Harbour Front Guesthouse, GauaMalog Island Resort, Maskelynes
Island: Uluveo, Malekula
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Malog Island Resort, at Peskarus on Uluveo island, has been open for several years now since 2001 and is a more up-market place to stay in the Maskelynes. The nearby Lovhvari Marine Conservation Area is good for snorkelling. Malog has one big bungalow divided into three rooms (two doubles and one single), plus 3 new additional bungalows and a dining hall. The new bungalows have double beds. The beds have nets and mosquito coils are available. Malog Island Resort has a generator and power point accessible onsite. The property has shared modern flush toilets and showers.

 

Harbour Front Guesthouse, GauaWiawi Guesthouse, northwest Malekula
Island: Malekula
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Wiawi is a small village next to the Nabi Protected Area on Malekula. It's a really nice place with a white sand beach, good snorkelling and long walks in the bush. It's not tourist resort and that's a good thing! Wiawi has bungalows near the boat passage which are very nice but completely run-down (2005). Most visitors stay in the village. Wiawi's guesthouse is a basic bungalow, built of local materials. Bedding and mosquito nets are provided. There is no electricity. Hurricane lamps are used for lighting. Bring your own soap and bath towel.

Harbour Front Guesthouse, GauaTam-Tam Bungalows, Malekula
Island: Malekula
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Tam-Tam Bungalows is on the mainland across from Vao island. It's a nice, friendly place with beaches and reefs along the coast and fine views across to Malo, Santo and Ambae on a clear day. Tam-tam has three bungalows, built using local materials. One has three single rooms, another has two double rooms and the third has a double bed. Meals can be taken on the terrace of your bungalow or in the restaurant.

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