Kesoko Inn is a delightful contrast from the busy Port of Noro. Set high on the ridge overlooking the mouth of the Diamond Narrows, you could imagine you were in a remote location, with views over waterfront vegetation full of calling birds, and the steady flow of local watercraft coming and going from market.
The staff are very friendly and the rooms are exceptionally clean and neat.
The Roviana people are proud to have a custom spirit from days gone by, named Kesoko, who gave good luck to men going fishing. This name today is often used to encourage successfull ventures.
Billy Veo with his daughter look forward to ensuring your stay in Noro is very pleasant. Billy originally worked in the business sector and Government, but was encouraged by members of the Noro Business community to build his Inn due to a severe lack of comfortable overnight and short term accommodation for visitors, and occasional consultants and trades people for the National Fisheries, the tuna cannery, Telekom and Ports officials.
Currently Billy is the Local Member representing Noro in the Western Provincial Government. He is very sensitive about providing a clean, quiet environment and personally supervise the daily running.