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The guesthouse is pretty small and a little outside of town (15min by tuktuk).
The two ladies who are managing are very friendly and helpful in any belongings.
The rooms are quite big and clean.
The pool and the restaurant are surrounded by a beautiful...More
The guesthouse was a wonderful place to be. Full of plants like a tiny jungle and with the best service! Lah took care of everything. Whether it was at breakfast, arranging a taxi, providing touristic input or the laundry; everything was great! We enjoyed our...More
This guesthouse with Belgian owners is about 15 minutes from the center of Chiangmai. It’s a cozy place, not so big and with a swimming pool. The rooms are comfortable although some little defects (floor) should be repaired. Lah is a very nice person who...More
We spend 5 days at the guesthouse and had a very good time. A nice green surrounding, nice pool, clean room and very friendly staff! Breakfast and diner is good, distance to the centre is not to far. I can advice the place to all!
We stayed for 4 nights. On arrival we were given a mobile phone so that we could contact them if we had any problems when we were out and about - a brilliant idea.
The guesthouse is set in beautiful tended greenery and is very...More
Response from liseannef | Reviewed this property |
Main attractions: comfortable clean hotel with a peaceful pool and garden area that is very welcoming on a hot day after the bustle of the Old City. There are also some very good restaurants within walking distance... More
Main attractions: comfortable clean hotel with a peaceful pool and garden area that is very welcoming on a hot day after the bustle of the Old City. There are also some very good restaurants within walking distance, including a large traditional one in an old rice barn that has been in business since 1957 and serves many unusual, thoroughly Thai dishes. The evening we were there it was full, mostly families and what looked like business people. Also there is a small place that specializes in BBQ duck noodle soup, that's open only for lunch.
We spent four nights in the old city and four nights at Liam's and feel that that enabled us to experience the best of Chiang Mai.