Seachange Lodge offers good value. The studio I had booked was spacious enough and contained a kitchenette with kitchen utensils, a microwave, 2 hot plates, a fridge. All was a bit rusty (especially the cutlery) and worn but working fine.
There was no aircon but a fan. The studio had irs own patio with chairs and a table iverlooking the pool and the lagoon. Aside from the people working/moving in the office above my studio it was very quiet.
A very nice touch: instant coffee, tea bags, cereals, milk and water were provided.
This place could be a gem if some renovation was applied. The furniture was quite outdated and used and mirrored a interior design from the seventies (less would more, too). Everything looked quite used and there was a bit of grime in all corners and on the edges of tiled walls.
The ladies at the reception were quite sweet and informative.