My good friends at the Shadow of Angkor Guesthouse and Restaurant, located in the heart of Siem Reap, sandwiched between the old market and the Siem Reap River, have just launched their own website. With rooms priced between $10-20, it's a convenient and very friendly family-run place to stay, as I know from personal experience and recommendation. Previously known as the Rasmei Angkor, it was established in 1996, though the old French colonial building in which it's housed, dates back to the early 1920s. With only 15 rooms it can fill up quickly, so book ahead. The restaurant on the ground floor serves excellent food and beverages and Seng Hour, her husband Davy and the rest of their family and team will bend over backwards to make your stay a memorable one.