See why so many travellers make La a natu Bed & Bakery their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Sam Roi Yot. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at La a natu Bed & Bakery offer a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge, a coffee shop, and a chapel. Guests of La a natu Bed & Bakery are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a Thai restaurant, consider a visit to Jim Daeng, Sala Bo Cuisine & Wine, or Wans Thai Bar & Restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from La a natu Bed & Bakery.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at La a natu Bed & Bakery as you experience all of the things Sam Roi Yot has to offer.
Stayed at La Anatu for a night in December 2021. Our room is a beach-front villa. The place is quite tired. Shower room is not fully-sealed so there might be some gecko or frog inside. If you sre not a morning person, in the morning, be ready to get all sunlight through your bedroom. Breakfast does not have much variety and very slow. Overall not an impressive stay.
Super friendly staff upon arrival and throughout our stay. This place was very well designed and decorated with nature elements. Food was good, really love the waffle. Only comment that they should have a towel hanger in the toilet for our ginger room.
Best resort we ever had! Staffs are very welcoming starting from the car park up to the reception. We choose the Garden Villa - a bungalow with a semi farm surroundings. The room is wonderful, we like the rustic style of the bathroom a lot. Then in the afternoon we soak in the bath tub under and you can have it privately just pull down the cover. What made us happy is, in the evening they put a little carabao stuff toy on our bed to cuddle before sleep where you can have it by purchasing it after you check out for souvenir. In the evening we ate at the restaurant and the food is alright. It has selective choices of food. The most amazing experience is when we went to the beach and watch the moon and the stars shining in the sky while sipping our prosecco. 😍 Breakfast is fine and for the last time we did a morning swim to the beach before leaving this paradise. In summary, we had a great time. Thank you! 🤗💕…
Very good value for money, as close and by the sea, you have the sound of waves and inshore currents as music from your bed room. For this, I enjoy most, taking a bath and laying in bed reading, with such background music. The beach in front is real private beach, with no other nearby resorts, you can enjoy a quite walk in the beach. Yet, I think sand on the beach is not as smooth and white when compared with Cha-am beach, approx 60km further up north. At night, you have a good sleep with nature, but those who need a quite night to have good sleep may find noisy insect, e.g. cicada, annoying. It’s fine with me, felt close to nature. Nice design with small rice field in the middle. What might have prevented me a bit from having deep sleep is that light outside the room, centrally controlled, leaked in and the room was not completely dark at night. This is a personal preference, though, and others might have no issue at all. Good food, polite and friendly, supportive and welcoming staff. Note, not suitable for small kids and elderly, due having several steps on walkway.…
The accomodations are beautiful and just as pictured. The beachfront is quiet and secluded. If you want to just stay at the resort and pay a price that is high by Thai standards, it's perfect. If you want see surrounding parks, you're on your on. The resort offered an overpriced taxi service, but the staff was minimally helpful with that. The restaurant is ok, but overpriced. There are no other choices without taking a taxi to Dolphin Bay, which has a limited number of restaurants. One thing that is puzzling is why they call it a Bed & Bakery. There is no bakery. They offer banana bread on the breakfast menu and a pricey afternoon high tea with a couple desserts. Also, compared to every other resort in Thailand I've stayed at, no on site massage is offered.