Chiang Rai Baan Rub Aroon
65 Ngammuang Rd Wieng, Muang
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Chiang Rai is a place full of memorable adventures and meaningful activities. As you stay with us at Baan Rub Aroon, you are close to everything that Chiang Rai has to offer!
Baan Rub Aroon Guesthouse is one of the rarest and finest of a Thai colonial style - house which is located on a quiet road in Chiang Rai. It is believed that 80 years ago, a leading citizen of Chiang Rai built this house.
Surrounded by a greenery garden which provides a warm and relaxing atmosphere You will enjoy reading books or lying down on the hammock in a lazy afternoon...
To provide a cosy and relaxing environment, we offer 5 rooms and a shared room for 6-8 persons. Cleaned & quality bed, fan, Air conditioning, towels and 21' flatron TV include in every room.
We also offer you :
1. Push bikes or Sam-Lor tour around the city
2. Shopping fresh food at morning market
3. Experience Thai traditional massage
4. A boat trip to hill-tribe village
6. Perfect for organizing special events(e.g. wedding ceremony, private party and company activities).
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Lovely old house tastefully decorated good tips on what to see locally from the owner disappointed the hammock in your ads was no longer there and that was a big selling point for me wi fi seemed to be at the whim of the owner bit pissed off 11 at night is a good time for me to e mail friends but no signal nice place but would get better cheaper next time
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