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We didn't really feel welcome here, compared to the guesthouse we had just left from. We were given no info on the area or maps etc. The local staff tried their best, and allowed us to change rooms after our first night. The wifi wouldn't...More
We stayed there with 4 kids for one week. Place is safe, not fare from main city, and the staff is very kind and helpful. They can organise motorbike rental for a good price. Many people stay there for many days or week so atmosphere...More
A lovely guesthouse with fantastic staff. The rooms are clean and the beds comfortable. Breakfast is served in a nice courtyard and is a great place to start the day. The night market is in walking distance and they will help you organise other excursions.
No frills. No TV. Lots of bugs though owner has done great by fixing netting.
May require some maintenance work such as tightening wall socket or fixing light bulbs.
Otherwise awesome place to stay with very friendly staff and to really experience life.
Unable to book two rooms in the far more salubrious Maison Dalabua, my son and I were forced to decamp to the slightly shabbier offering at Villa Suan Maak. A fairly basic guest house, run by a family, we were treated with a warm, welcoming,...More
USD 19 - USD 24 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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