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Limeleaf eco-Lodge

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Rennes, France
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed 3 nights at Limeleaf and really loved the place. All the bungalows have their own unique style, and were handbuilt by the family. We enjoyed the peacefulness of the place and were able to relax and enjoy the beautiful nature surrounding us. Noi, the owner, is really adorable and welcoming and she also is the BEST cook !!...

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Reviewed 10 March 2017 via mobile

Spend a night there and did some trekking the other day. We were not very satisfied with our trekking guide (a guy not speaking any english), but the place itself is great and I can totally recommend it for a night or two to escape from the civilisation. Has a great view on the jungle, mountains and stars. Don't forget...

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Vietnam
Reviewed 18 February 2017

As a regular visitor to Thailand for over a decade, I had regrettably neglected the north. I am so glad that this was my first experience. A place of tremendous natural beauty and calm, coupled with the exceptional warmth and hospitality of Noi, her family and Winai. Highly recommended.

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Thank Chris E
Reviewed 31 January 2017

My sister and I stayed there for 5 days. It was a really unique experience and we loved it! Noi's and her daughters cooking are fantastic. All of it. Winai took us on a trekking survival tour to the jungle, showed us a temple in Chiang Rai and we went to the Lahoo tribe and spent the evening with them....

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Saskatoon, Canada
Reviewed 2 March 2016

Winaii and Noi own Limeleaf Eco Lodge and are the most kind, generous hosts you could hope for. Simple but comfortable accommodations with a steam hut, spring fed plunge pool, incredible food, a billiards table, hammocks, and options such as cooking classes, guided hikes through the jungle and Lahu Village complete with a delicious and creative lunch at the stream,...

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Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
Reviewed 2 November 2015 via mobile

We stayed at Limeleaf in November 2013 and had the most amazing time there. The welcome was warm and cheerful and everybody helped to make our stay as comfortable as possible. The landscape around limeleaf is wonderful and with the help of a local guide we went hiking in the jungle, which was an extraordinary experience. Food was delicious and...

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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Reviewed 20 July 2015

this is a magical place - wonderful food, stunning scenery and the kind of peace and quite that you can bask and unwind in for days, weeks and months. Noi will wow you with her cooking skills, and the owner has a great connection to the local lahu tribe if you feel like venturing out into the rainforest (bring repellant!)...

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1Thank Wolfnang
Reviewed 6 July 2015

I had such a lovely time at Limeleaf! Wonderful hosts, and a very relaxing and calm area. It is nice to get away from the busyness of the city, and come out to Limeleaf for a day or two to relax in the silence and natural sounds of the jungle. I am a full time teacher in Chiang Mai, and...

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Reviewed 14 June 2015 via mobile

This is not a hostel. Don't get me wrong, this is a family you'll be received into. they are the nicest people i've ever met, have an outstanding english knowledge when it comes to thai standards and their food is the most delicious in all over thailand. i don't want to push your expectations to the limit: the busride is...

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Paris, France
Reviewed 6 February 2015 via mobile

It was a travel to go there, about 2 hours from Chiang Mai to the hot springs, where they picked us up. It was worth it. People, there, are really friendly and helpfull. Lodges have funny names and ours was comfy. Food was fresh and homemade. We spent 4 days there with a 2 days trek in the jungle with...

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Additional Information about Limeleaf eco-Lodge

Address: 138 Moo 8 | Mae Chedi Mai Subdistrict, Wiang Pa Pao 57260, Thailand
Region: Thailand > Chiang Rai Province > Wiang Pa Pao
Number of rooms: 7
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