Thanks to its elevated position, the views from the Veranda Resort are quite something. Overlooking the town of Kep and out to the Gulf of Thailand, with the Bokor Mountains to the rear, the rustic style of this resort is not everyone's cup of tea. However, for many of us, a few days here is exactly what mind and body are crying out for.
Laid out in a wonderfully higgledy-piggledy way, and designed in traditional Cambodian style using wood and bamboo, the rooms are well equipped and far from basic, proving that rustic does not have to mean run-down. The infinity pool is an enticing spot to spend a day relaxing, and The Spa is ideal for an indulgent treat. With a social, laid-back atmosphere, this makes a great base during your stay in Kep.
On a Kep hillside, within easy walking distance of the waterfront and the famous crab market, and just 3 hours from Phnom Penh International Airport, lies the simple, earthy Veranda Resort.
Two swimming pools
Very peaceful and great fun. Perfect for the older backpacker who doesn't want to hang up his rucksack just yet, or the adventurous family!
Discover what to expect from staying at Veranda Resort
Whether you’re looking for a couple’s retreat with private jacuzzis and uninterrupted views, or a once in a lifetime family getaway to connect with the kids, Veranda Resort can offer it all and with the right expectations - what's not to love?
Being just a 10-minute walk from the crab market - kept going by the booming crab industry in Kep - Veranda Resort is ideally situated for an enjoyable evening out, strolling down rows of wooden waterfront restaurants sampling the delicious dishes and enjoying the ambience.
Rise early and get in touch with nature by taking a hike into Kep’s luscious National Parks in search of a wealth of wildlife, including snakes, monkeys and bears. If you’d rather enjoy a more leisurely day, kiss any sense of the urban rush goodbye on a day trip to Rabbit Island, one of Cambodia's best kept secrets for seaside relaxation.
The high level of attention that’s been given to this resort to make it an affordable, family-friendly getaway is clear. From the clever way the family suites are positioned in a cluster close to the resort's kid friendly pool, to the Happy Hut kid’s club (every parent's dream!) which is open everyday, with all activities using 99.9% recycled, organic or local materials - where do we sign up?