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Yoma Cherry was founded by Sue, a Brit who set-up the adjacent village school and can more often than not been found in the school milling amongst the teachers and pupils.
Yoma’s British heritage may be recognisable in its perfectly manicured lawn and flowerbeds. Down the garden path one can trot into the hotel’s restaurant and lounge, with stone floors and fine views over the strip of sand below.
Above the restaurant one can kick back in comfortable sofas with a good book or play chess on the grandiose board provided.
FLASH POINT: Village life goes on in Lin Thar (children walking to school, the odd goat gambling about) meaning that guests at Yoma Cherry remain in touch with everyday Myanmar life while enjoying the sumptuous service and views over the beach.
Tucked into a quiet cover in Southern Rakhine State: rustic, tranquil, a place to simply “be” …