I had the privilege of doing retreats there before they got their ordinations. Ajahn Rongduen is a fantastic teacher. What fascinated me most about her teachings is that she was able to explain almost the whole ahbidhamma teaching into a flowchart! (That's the chart you see in that blog) Unfortunately, everything is in Thai. And while Ajahn speaks some english, communication sometimes posed a problem.
Their basic meditation method is similar to the Mahasi style, emphasizing on awareness with every movement. They also use teaching aids related to the "Repulsiveness of bodies", mainly videos and posters. The only time the peace in that place is disturbed seems to be during big festivals like New Year's Eve. Other than that, it's really quiet and very conducive for solitude.
EDIT: I forgot to mention that this place is open for males, too. Except the male quarters is across the road in another clearing.
~ swimming upstream is tough work! ~