Bridget and her team were all very helpful prior to the trip and in selecting a suitable break from the outset.
The overall trip was excellent. The two guides were exceptional - both in terms of knowledge but also as general all round decent guys. The whole experience was very well organised and ran very well. Most accommodations were pretty good, bar a couple which could have done with air conditioning or more fans perhaps. A couple were also quite noisy which might be ideal for those on early starts.
The locations for riding were excellent, varied and mainly off road which was great - away from cars. The final two days did have pretty difficult hills - one of which was ok to cycle up even for beginners, but it did involve a higher level of fitness than a beginner might expect. The last day's morning ride, was such a steep hill it wasn't even really possible to cycle up - even for exceptional riders or those with higher fitness. I think this should be made clear in the breakdown of break prior to booking.
As I say though - had an excellent time.
Accommodation & Food
Please see my previous comments. The accommodation we stayed at for two nights was by far the best - hosts were amazing, food great, accommodation very, very nice, little touches like air conditioning fan.
Both guides were excellent - they knew the areas very well, pointed out potential dangers and areas to be careful which was ideal for novice riders like us. They showed us other helpful info on bike maintenance and the like. The routes we took were exceptional - though the final hill climb wasn't really suitable for actual riding. They did explain after this was part of mountain biking - I didn't realise this.
The end views and rides downhill more than compensated this.
I liked them showing some of the foraging as well - really made the experience feel more real. It was difficult to keep the group together all the time as people have different levels of skills / fitness but I thought they handled this very well.