There are 12 rooms, each their own 'separate' bungalow (although at first it didn't looks that way because they were four in a cluster with a corner attached).
Our room had two four poster canopied beds which were very comfortable. The air conditioning worked well and we were grateful that we had it.
(Note: I don't want to mislead anyone about the wildlife here. We know we were lucky that first day. The next morning was very quiet, and we saw no monkeys and very few birds before we left. )
Overall the stay was very pleasant. I had originally planned on three nights here but the agent at the tour operator we used (G Adventures) said two nights were really enough. She was right. We felt like we could stay for days with all the wildlife we saw on the property on our first morning but, as we discovered on the second morning, that doesn't always happen.