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All reviewsdolphin baysam roi yotperfect place to unwindlunch and dinner menulovely daysphraya nakhon cavesalt water poolexecutive roomenglish channelsquiet beachclean towelsbig bathroomfive nightshome from homefantastic stayfew minutes walkbram
Despite us giving pretty short notice, we were collected in Bangkok and brought to the Long Beach Inn by car. It is a lovely, peaceful and truly relaxing place to stay. Bram, his father and the staff looked after us really well. Local trips were...More
What a find. My room had a jacuzzi in it. Never used it but looked good. Used the one at pool area instead. Very quiet area which is what I was after. Grounds are immaculate. So relaxed. Food is amazing and served to you as...More
We had 2 nights in this amazing hotel. This hotel is a short walk to the beach and it had his oun restaurant which is very clean and tasty . It is a lovely and relaxing place to stay. The owner is very frienfdaly and...More
Fabulous family run property, we spent 3 nights here, beautiful
Pool& jacuzzi, best food in Thailand especially the red curry 😁 Comfortable stay, authentic thai surroundings, lovely, highly recommend, if ever we are in the area we will be back, thank you to all the...More
My wife and I stayed at Long Beach Inn for four days in March 2018. What a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the big cities! After a pleasant night's rest on comfortable beds, we walked from our room to one of the...More
Response from sue147reethi | Reviewed this property |
No idea really. There is a little Indian restaurant/cafe that serves great food that seems to be attached to a sort of tailors shop, but I can't tell you how good the clothes are.
Eat there though, the food is excellent.
There isn't an elephant 'park' as such. There are 2 national parks near the hotel where you can see wild elephants. Kaeng Krachan and Kuiburi. I think Bram, the hotel owner, does tours to both but don't know the prices. The... More
There isn't an elephant 'park' as such. There are 2 national parks near the hotel where you can see wild elephants. Kaeng Krachan and Kuiburi. I think Bram, the hotel owner, does tours to both but don't know the prices. The best place to see elephants is Kuiburi. We always drive there ourselves and, on arrival, must hire a pick-up with driver and guide for 600 baht. You can't go in independently.