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Following a busy few months in Hong Kong we wanted a relaxing and quiet break in comfortable surroundings and that is what we found at Long Beach Inn.
Bram, Willem and their team were very friendly and welcoming and they constantly went out of their...More
It was long weekend and many place in huahin was full. But here is the choice for us . There's not lot parking space . anyway it's very private and chillax for us to stay and relax :) . The bed is very comfy but...More
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Long Beach Inn in July 2015. Dutch owner Bram fetched us from Pranburi where we got off the bus. It was about a half an hour drive from there.
Long Beach Inn is tucked away near to the...More
Go here quite often, not to stay but to eat (we live 2km away), staff are great, very relaxing and friendly. Just 50 m from Dolphin Bay beach. Nice and quiet with swimming pool, etc. Sometimes we go just for a drink or sometimes to...More
We stayed for 10 days in this beautiful hotel. We visit Thailand many times. This was our first time in Longbeach Inn. A really good choice. The hotel is close to a very nice beach where you can find your rest. From this place you...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.