Jaidii house is a home-style guesthouse in the heart of Chiang Mai's old city.
We are known locally for being the big pink house with the green garden and bamboo huts.
Jai dii means 'good heart' or 'kind heart'. We aim to make our guests' stay here feel as relaxing and homey as possible.
We love our garden, especially as it is so hard to find green spaces in the city!
Our guests comment that it's great to stay in a place that is so close to facilities, yet quiet at night (we are on a small soi away from the main road, and there are no bars on the soi).
*Double with bathroom
*Double with balcony (shared bathroom)
*Dormitory 6 beds, 4 beds (shared bathroom)
*Bamboo huts - twins and double(shared bathroom)
To get to Jai dii house from the bus or train station or airport you will need to take a saungthaew or tuktuk. All drivers know directions to Moonmuang Soi 6 if you mention Somphet Market!
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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Super accomodation, especially if you are a solitary traveller. Jai Daii house offers friendly hosts who will welcome you and help you select the best activities to cater for you. The atmosphere is the best, with a great community spirit. The accomodation in the huts is basic but the shared bathroom is very clean and easy to access. Great value for money with the hosts being the best part of that value. Thank you. If I return to Chiang Mai I would definitely stay here again, they made my stay brilliant.
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