We booked this hotel after reading adverse comments about construction work near our original choice in Hua Hin. And we're so glad we did.
We arrived by car after a 2 hour drive from Bangkok not quite sure what to expect. Our first reaction was "Wow". Lush green grounds (all the tropical trees, and there are a lot of them, are labelled), discreetly hidden accommodation and friendly and helpful staff.
We had opted for accommodation in a "row house", a title which doesn't do it justice. It is essentially 8 or so suites raised up on stilts, each with its own staircase up from an individual garden. (The underside of the suite has an enclosed area with a swinging seat and large settee for chilling out in the evening perhaps).
Upstairs there was a sitting room with french doors to decked area and a couple of seats looking out over the grounds, beach and sea, toilet, connecting hallway with (free) minibar etc, shower room, and bedroom with double bed. The sitting room and bedroom were both air conditioned, but windows could be opened just about everywhere to catch any breeze.
There are 2 of these blocks, plus 4 (I think) detached houses - 1 with its own pool. Speaking of which the resort has a very decent pool suitable for both splashing around, lounging in the sun and more serious exercise. Exercise is also covered by the bikes provided for each resident. These are pretty much a necessity to get around Cha Am, which is does straggle rather.
And then there's the beach, with the resort having its own section, not fenced off but clearly identifiable as such. Deckchairs and tables, hammocks, shady trees, and attentive staff - we're back to chilling out again.
And that's really what the resort is best at. If you want hyperactivity, this is not the place for you. if you want somewhere to relax, enjoy good food (the restaurant could get a chapter of its own, with really attentive and friendly staff, this is the place for you.