The room is damp and for what you can get overpriced. If you like to be in a quiet place, maybe it is the place you are looking for. For us it was not nice to have to walk through the dirty sand to the room from the entrance, having to wash your feet, only to wake up some ugly, black mosquitos, which attacked immediately or joined you when entering the room. Maybe this counts for the whole island, we didn't like it. And we live in Thailand!
Breakfast was expensive, no lunch or diner being served due to lack of staff (April not yet low season)
Renting one of the kayaks would cost 300 baht per HOUR! A motorbike on the island costs less then that for a whole day.