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Stayed in one of the wooden chalets round the pool, very nice room, comfy bed, 40" lcd tv, clean and tidy. Pool very clean, staff friendly and helpful. Hired bikes one day 100bts a day, check the brakes and tyre pressure.
200 yards down Narathip...More
The rooms in the apartment building (as opposed to the bungalows) are more basic but good for a night or two.
Prices have risen recently, so there are probably better options elsewhere, although the pool looks cleaner.
Hidden little gem hidden behind a green signboard on Narathip road (The road that divides north and south cha-am beach. It's about 1km from the Main road where the minivan stops and mother 500m from the beach road. Very basic but quiet location (perhaps i...More
The hotel is inside small soi about 100 meters. It is very quite there. No noise from the road. We stayed in the bungalow with two rooms inside. The room was nice wooden style. But with some issues like the wooden toilet door cannot be...More
You may love this place others will not. I will give my facts to let you decide. Main building walls paper thin therefore noisey .Rooms very small. Shower trickles sometime. Swimming pool excellent. Location good for sea. Staff...quite grumpy. Price good.
Hello Patrick. I was just a visitor to this resort, I do not own it. It is situated in Cha Am and I am not aware of any Wildlife areas here. Further down is Hua Hin about 20 minutes away and I know there is an Elephant park... More
Hello Patrick. I was just a visitor to this resort, I do not own it. It is situated in Cha Am and I am not aware of any Wildlife areas here. Further down is Hua Hin about 20 minutes away and I know there is an Elephant park there and some areas of nature to the south. My understanding is that there is more wildlife to the North of Thailand where there are mountainous regions Chiang Mai and Chianf Rai organising a guide from the respective tourist information should be easy.