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Tanita's House is very welcoming and an altogether great experience! The rooms are big and it is very quiet at night. The breakfast is very good and they offer eggs and bacon freshly made. You have bottled water for free and the city center is...More
Perfect family stay in Chiang Mai. Individual traditional old teak bungalows in a picturesque garden compound, just east of the river in the arty Wat Ket area which is the old foreigners haunt of Chiang Mai. Family of four stayed a week in a 2...More
Tanita is not a western style hotel, you really feel like you are in Thailand when you are here. The grounds and buildings are beautiful, so much so that most days some Thai people where there doing a photo shoot, always un-intrusive to guest.
We just spent 10 lovely days at Tanita House. Won’t repeat the previous comments that were spot on, but Aor couldn’t have been more helpful during our stay. She guided us and helped book tours (Flight of the Gibbon, Elephant Sanctuary, Chiang Rai, cooking class),...More
This Quaint Rustic bed and breakfast place is a traditional old Thai house with a very quiet and peaceful area is an excellent place to stay in Chiang Mai. The care taker of this place Aor is very pleasant and helpful, I had emailed her...More
According to your inquirััy, there is not malaria in the city. Just be careful when you are trekking near Mynmar or Laos border. You could protect yourself with mosquito spray or lotion if you have sensitive skin. There are... More
According to your inquirััy, there is not malaria in the city. Just be careful when you are trekking near Mynmar or Laos border. You could protect yourself with mosquito spray or lotion if you have sensitive skin. There are not cockroaches in the area, this part of the city is clean and well kept. It is a greener and prettier area by the river, but still more urban than rural.