Jabawan and his brother and his sister and his whole family were amazing hosts. They picked me up and dropped me off from the boat (they also do this if you fly in). They will go with your flow... if you want to socialize with everyone, they will hangout with you and take you to chill places to socialize and hang out when they're not busy working or with family stuff. If you want to run around on your own, they'll let you be. Or if you need help with anything, they either personally can help you or have the connections to help you out. I was able to rent a motorbike from them, and I know that Jabawan can take you snorkeling. They can also help you arrange a canoe ride in a traditional fishing boat, scuba diving, and a night tour, which they did for me. I got the sense that they found some of the best people on the island who run these activities, so definitely ask them about it when you check in. I had a blast doing all those things, and I highly recommend all of it.
The place itself was simple and clean. Depending on which room you reserve, you have either a seaside view or a view of a church. Yes, you do get your own "room." There are dividers that provide privacy, but they dont block sound. The village has a bar and some restaurants nearby, but as it is an island, the style of life means things most likely close around midnight. But their place has a rooftop that you can bring up some beer and whatnot and enjoy the sea or talk, and if you're lucky, Jabawan's parents will share some freshly caught and cooked crab and fish if they like you
Honestly, this was my first time staying at anything like a hostel, and it was awesome. I normally like my own privacy which their space design provides and the bathroom was much cleaner than I normally think a hostel bathroom would be. Also, there is a washer and a line for airdrying clothes.
If you're going to Lanyu/Orchid Island, definitely stay with them. It was more than worth it just to meet them and the people who stayed there.