If you are looking for a small paradise in a village near Chiang Mai you came to the right place. Our boutique resort consists of only 3 teakwood bungalows built on stilts in traditional Thai style. Relax on the huge private balcony with a view on our salt water swimming pool and our lush garden.
Our boutique resort is located in a natural environment, only 20 minutes from the centre of Chiang Mai. Our resort is very family friendly with salt water swimming pool, trampoline, games, bicycles. Every teak wood bungalow in traditional Thai style raised from the ground has a double bed(180 cm) and a bunk bed. It is perfect suitable for a 4 person family, but if you like we can add an extra bed for a child.
Inside the bungalow you will find air conditioning, a fridge filled with drinks, a private bathroom with rain shower and we have a hot water system (so not the usual system where the water does not get warm in the cool season ). All windows and doors have mosquito screens so if you do not like air-conditioning you can leave them open and sleep with the sounds of the nature. All bungalows have a very big private balcony with comfortable benches and underneath the bungalow you can relax in a hammock. We focus on safety, that is why every bungalow is equipped with an electrical safety cut.
Within our restaurant you can enjoy typical Thai food, but we also serve Dutch kroket and frikandel for example. Free Wifi is usable in all our bungalows and since we use this internet connection also for our tour office at this location, it is always fast.
+66 (0)81 8819839: English and Dutch
+66 (0) 81 3876856: Thai and English
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