Probably the best choice in Munda - like a homestay with the locals
We stayed for a week at Qua Roviana while diving in Munda.
having booked by Expedia, we actually arrived a day earlier due to some unexpected flight schedule changes. Solomon, the owner was very accommodating letting us move into the room upon arrival a day early and sorting out the paperwork later during our stay. Luckily there was vacancy, as we learned later this place is often fully booked.
The rooms are on the 2nd floor of a large house, and provide a great homestay feel. There is a large and comfortably common room with sofas, at flat screen TV, and a common kitchen that is reasonably well equipped. The kitchen was a big plus, as the dining options in Munda are very limited to say the least (the only public dinner option is the limited and not very tasty menu at the Agnes resort).
Another big plus is the large veranda with comfortable chairs in front of the rooms, where you can lounge and enjoy the sunset while sipping on a cold drink.
On the veranda or while cooking dinner; we’ve met some interesting people from different walks of life, from around the south pacific being in Munda on government or company business trips.
The rooms are small but functional, with a good size fridge, and hot shower. To stay cool there’s a ceiling fan and a small aircon – the built into the window type, which is quite noisy if you are a light sleeper.
The bed was comfortable enough, and daily housekeeping made up