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Interesting old house

Lovely old house. Nice place to spend a few minutes out of the heat. Gardens are pretty too. Gives... read more

Reviewed March 23, 2017
Wilmslow, United Kingdom
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Fine example of high class living in ancient times

Well preserved/kept house which gives you some insight in the livelyhood of Thai noble men. A must... read more

Reviewed August 7, 2016
Zwalm, Belgium
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50 Kamlue Road | Nai Wiang Subdistrict, Phrae 54000, Thailand
+66 54 620 153
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Only saw the outside because there was a private function in progress and it was closed to the public but they were kind enough to let me into the grounds for a few photos

Thank stevewooly2017
Reviewed October 9, 2018

A real old family house, full of furniture from 50-100 years ago, with some traditional Thai crafts but limited English explanation

Thank davidbradley47
Reviewed November 11, 2017

It is well worth a visit...beautiful old house .....love the floors ,the windows , and can imagine life in it ........it is set up with old furniture ,photos and other artefacts .......it feels so peaceful light and airy .....Have been there twice and never more...More

Thank Susan B
Reviewed June 28, 2017

Dating from1897, this house is a testament to the era when the Phrae-Lampang area was home to timber companies which grew rich on harvesting teak. Owned by an aristocratic family who are known as the lords of Phrae, the mansion is both an excellent example...More

Thank camsean
Reviewed April 16, 2017 via mobile

I have been to this historic house many times. This house is full of stories of Thailand especially in King Rama V time. This house is in good look and they also provide dinner meeting in a big group. The admission fee for Thai people...More

Thank 291apichail
Reviewed March 23, 2017 via mobile

Lovely old house. Nice place to spend a few minutes out of the heat. Gardens are pretty too. Gives a good idea of what life must have been like in times gone by.

Thank scousepeasant
Reviewed December 18, 2016 via mobile

I love this house! It was property of owner but nothing change from the past, it still beautiful and unique!

Thank kraiwitc2016
Reviewed November 15, 2016

Old teak house to wander through and get some idea of how the ruling class loved in the late 1800s to early 1900s.

Thank Jan H
Reviewed August 22, 2016

This is an amazingly well preserved home that takes you back another time to see how wealthy lived. A must see if you are in Phrae and it is well worth the 30 baht enterance fee.

Thank Ktn T
Reviewed August 7, 2016

Well preserved/kept house which gives you some insight in the livelyhood of Thai noble men. A must see in Phrae.

Thank diversGent
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