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This is a lovely small resort about 100 meters from a long and quiet beach. The room is very good with a big bed and big bathroom. The shower is huge and both of us easily could share it.
The swimming pool was large and...More
We stayed at this hotel for five nights last week. It is about a 4 hour journey by taxi from Bangkok.
The hotel is run by a charming and laid back gentleman called Bram who is Dutch.
We stayed in room 10, a first floor...More
My daughter and I were fortunate that the morning I called a room was still available. We only stayed three nights, but it was so relaxing that it seemed like a week. Bram and his staff go out of their way to make your stay...More
My wife and I visited Bram and his staff in January.
17 lovely days at this little oasis not many meters from the 5km super beach in Sam Roi Yot.
A small Inn with only 11 rooms in 3 bulidings encircling a lovely garden with...More
I love this place! It's a small, friendly hotel where you're treated more like a friend of the family than as a stranger who just happens to be staying there. I first went about ten years ago and have come to see Bram, the owner,...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.