Moon Author's Review
Waterloo Guest House (44 High St., tel. 876/965-2278, US$29\47) is really the only option in town. Once the home of English racehorse breeder John Leyden, who made the Waterloo the first building to have electricity in 1893, the amenities seem to have changed little since then. Basic rooms have ceiling fans, double beds or two single beds, and private bath. There are also rooms with queen-size beds, TV, and air-conditioning; some rooms have a small fridge and coffeemaker. The guesthouse has a popular restaurant and bar (7 a.m.\11 p.m daily, US$2.50\7) serving chicken, pork, oxtail, fish, and fried rice.