I rarely make negative reviews but because there are too many unsatisfactory for the price of a room that is 300 thousand per night, I inevitably have to write what it is. Minus: 1. Room is very small, in the form of a rice barn (leuit) with a bed on top, where the stairs are very steep and very unsafe (please see the photo). I had to lower the mattress down so that I didn't have to go up and down the dangerous stairs. 2. Innkeeper does not exist. We were welcomed by an employee who was said to be at the place during our stay, but at night when the water died, and we needed his help in fact it was not there. 3. The water is turned off at 21:00, and only turned on the next morning. We, who were out eating, when we returned to the inn, and wanted to defecate ended up using drinking water in gallons to wipe. 4. Cellphone signals from all providers are missing. So we had trouble contacting the owner when we discovered that the water in the bathroom had been completely dead overnight. The owner also did not provide information on the cellphone number of the innkeeper. They only gave her the number when I asked for her night, but because the signal in the area was very problematic, the SMS info was only entered the next day after we checked out from there. 5. The bathroom although not clean, we don't complain, the only problem is the water that is turned off overnight! 6. Starting at 10 pm until 1 am, very loud dangdut music can be heard from the stalls located on the cliff direction towards the palace which is above the location of the inn. We are upset because the water is dead, more upset because we can not sleep by the noise of the music, even though the next morning we have to get up early at 5 in the morning because we want to enjoy the sunrise on the cliffs of the palace. The plus point of this inn is only one: the location is very close to the karaton cliff, only 5 minutes by motorbike, or if you want to walk can cut through the other access door.