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We booked into The Nest with another couple primarily because we had heard such great reviews of the restaurant. On top of that the area is stunningly beautiful with lush, impenetrable jungles, soaring mountains clothed in mist and gorgeous gardens, We were not disappointed. We...More
Idyllic private bungalows with a fantastic location that affords solitude, incredible views, accommodating staff, good drinks and a short walk to the Nest 1 which has the pool and fine western dining. A little pricy but worth it!
We were greeted by Wicha, the most charming lady. She provided us with useful information, before giving us our cabin key. Our large double cabin (Nest 1), was spacious, impeccably clean, with tea/coffee making facilities, a small fridge, and free bottled water, plus AC. The...More
Our family stayed one night in Nest2 family cabin.
The nest mixes nicely into the surrounding nature.
The cabin in quite large, each bedroom has toilets and a shower (with low pressure and not-so easy-to-use heating system).
It also has a leaving room with mini-fridge....More
Very relaxing cabana hotel in the middle of the jungle, it has 2 restaurants the best once in the area thai cuisine and oriental cuisine! Very good service, so nice people! Surrounded by a natural parc!
Once you're at the Nest, you can easily walk to the caves If you fly to CM from BKK, you can then take the A/C bus from Chiang Puak station to Chiang Dao. Once there, the lady at the office will arrange a songthaew to the... More
Once you're at the Nest, you can easily walk to the caves If you fly to CM from BKK, you can then take the A/C bus from Chiang Puak station to Chiang Dao. Once there, the lady at the office will arrange a songthaew to the Nest for you. The price to, and from anywhere in Chiang Dao, seems to be THB150.
We didn't do any crawling in the caves, just walked around with a guide. A visit to the monastery near the Nest is also worthwhile, thought there are over 600 steps to the top. If you take it slowly with a backpack, the view is worth the effort.
The food at Nest 2 is sensational, we took lunch and dinner there every day.