Ban Bua House (Home stay & Guesthouse.) Always welcome with a smile.Escape from the chaos of the town with these two quiet, comfortable and affordable accommodations.
Ban Bua House means lotus house. Always welcome with a smile.
Banbua House Two ( Suan som det ya) is “on the island” of Ayutthaya, sitting comfortably away from the tourist area on its ideal spot by the river that encircles the island. Take a break and sit in the peaceful area behind the guesthouse to watch the river go by. This breezy, calm and personal location also grants a perfect view of the shining Wat Putthaisawan just opposite, a temple built by the first king of the Ayutthaya period, King U-Thong. Nearby is the Suan Somdej Ya, a green park with its own array of seldom-visited ruins, and the Siriyalai Palace. A short bike ride away is the elephant corral.
The rooms have the same amenities and character as those in Ban Bua I; the details in the personal decorations and generous space and amenities (air-conditioning, TV, personal bathroom) set them several notches above other guesthouses. Each of these rooms is 400 Baht a night, and the guesthouse maintains the same family atmosphere as its sister off the island.
Both guesthouses boast gorgeous settings and charming rooms with all the comforts of home, and both have great surroundings in genuine Thai neighborhoods to explore by bike. You’ll avoid the hustle and bustle of the tourist trail while still having access to its best features to enjoy at your own pace. The guesthouses offer bike and motorbike rental, internet, a laundry service, and massage. They can organize a boat trip, they have a unique Thai sword show, and can arrange sight-seeing as well as transportation to your next destination.
So when you come to the charming town of Ayutthaya, depend on a wonderful Thai welcome at Ban Bua Guesthouses.
This guesthouse is the same owner of the Banbua house I
but there has the different atmosphere because this guesthouse is near
the Chao pra ya River and Wat Putthaisawan so, it's very good view.
This guesthouse is the thai house style too and
it gets along well with the europe house style.
From Ayutthaya bus station, you can take a tuk tuk to Banbua house Two (Suan som det ya)
almost 10 minutes. From Ayuttthaya train station, you can take tuk tuk almost 13 minutes.
We don't suggest you to walk to here because It will take you too long .The best way you have to print Ayutthaya City Map in Thai version give to Tuk Tuk driver ask for Banbua house Two.
Ban Bua II is “on the island” of Ayutthaya, sitting comfortably away from the tourist area on its ideal spot by the river that encircles the island. Take a break and sit in the peaceful area behind the guesthouse to watch the river go by. This breezy, calm and personal location also grants a perfect view of the shining Wat Putthaisawan just opposite, a temple built by the first king of the Ayutthaya period, King U-Thong. Nearby is the Suan Somdej Ya, a green park with its own array of seldom-visited ruins, and the Siriyalai Palace. A short bike ride away is the elephant corral.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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A lovely guesthouse run by a very friendly and helpful family! The location right next to the river is great, and it's good to be a little bit off the touristy area (but still close enough to get to all the sights easily by bicycle, which can be rented directly at the guesthouse). A very nice Thai restaurant with delicious and inexpensive food is just 3 minutes walk away (just ask the guesthouse staff for their recommendation, or walk up from the guesthouse, turn right and walk maybe 50 meters - the sign is in Thai only, but it's easy to recognize by the tuk-tuk inside the restaurant).
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small family house on the river very nice people
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