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Mairood Resort

28 Moo 6 T. Mairood, Trat 23110 Thailand
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#1 of 20 hotels in Trat
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Outdoor pool
Breakfast available
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28 Moo 6 T. Mairood, Trat 23110 Thailand
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Drew W wrote a review Feb. 2020
Bangkok, Thailand4 contributions1 helpful vote
This secluded private ocean side property hides on a coastal islet which has to be reached by a short walk through a quaint fishing village which probably hasn't changed much in a hundred years. My wife & I enjoyed strolling around the village daily to watch all the activity going on. You then enter the property surrounded by tall palm trees and dense mangrove jungle and can forget the whole world exists outside. The Thai style bungalows are comfortable and private with good aircon, surrounding a secluded pool. For a quiet eco-friendly relaxation break away from it all this place absolutely fits the bill. What makes it exceptional is the host Chin, a friendly Thai gentleman with fluent English and extensive overseas experience and his fabulous on-site Thai restaurant, cooking fresh local produce and seafood to surpass guest's every request..! We didn't want to leave..
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Date of stay: February 2020
Room Tip: All rooms are self-contained bungalows surrounding the pool.
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corporate-lunch wrote a review Nov. 2019
Oxford, United Kingdom61 contributions61 helpful votes
Mairood is a genuine paradise in the original Persian sense - a lush garden with pools of fish, aviaries of exotic birds and one vietnamese pot bellied pig called Yaya. Owner Chin also has a collection of about 15 dogs (many rescued to prevent them being eaten). The resort is hidden away in the middle of a fishing village mainly populated by Cambodian refugees (right on the Cambodian border). Accessible by narrow walkways over the Khlong. Chin, who has also run an establishment in Nantucket for years, keeps Mairood up to US standards of service and quality. The staff are lovely. The food is fantastic. And Mr Chin, apart from his culinary abilities, is a wonderful host and raconteur (such great gossip!). Apart from a couple of beaches you are near nothing. The perfect place to escape the world and chill. Which we did. A genuine original.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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teitei13 wrote a review Oct. 2019
Clifton, United Kingdom68 contributions30 helpful votes
This resort is miles from any town of size (close to the Cambodian border) and is all the better for it. Mairood Resort, reached through a simple Thai/Cambodian Refugee fishing village, oozes jungle charm. It is restful, seductive and addictive. Chin, the owner, is the perfect host, in fact, we changed our holiday itinery to make sure he was there during our stay. And we were not disappointed. Chin is a raconteur par excellence, and he has some tales to tell. The staff are efficient and friendly and went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. The food is excellent. There are animals everywhere from super friendly dogs to YaYa the quarter tonne pot bellied vietnamese pig (who know they grew so large) and birds galore. My husband even got involved in a wild goose chase whilst we were there... We loved it. We had what we called the' Presidential Suite' which was traditionally furnished and well designed. There's a beach, a scooter ride away, where we enjoyed swimming and eating the some of the best food we had in Thailand, though it not geared up for non Thai tourists. Mairood is an adventure, one that we are really glad to have experienced. We'll be back,
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Date of stay: October 2019
Stephen M wrote a review Feb. 2019
New York City, New York354 contributions139 helpful votes
This is a three star facility and it doesn’t have the traditional features associated with a four star hotel. There are no waterfalls in the lobby and in fact there is no lobby. There is no concierge, a taxi rank, a gym or other such features. But I give it four stars because of the five star owner, host , cook, raconteur, world traveler and chief man here Mr Chin and his always helpful staff including Khun Praset. The food also is five star. MrChin ran restaurants in America for many years and it shows in the nightly specials featuring fish from the locals. Khun Praset worked for many years in five star establishments and knows his business. There is no menu but you will be asked if you want anything special. Don’t bother. They will prepare one delicious dish after the other. This place may not suit all tastes. The rooms are spotless but somewhat dated. The pool could use more comfortable lounges. And this is not on the beach. But it does have a small aviary with colorful tropical birds, lush foliage throughout ,a well stocked fish pond and YaYa a most unusual pet pig. If you want a few quiet days in a friendly atmosphere then give this place a go. And don’t be put off by the walk from the secure car park to the resort. Its not all that far and you will get a glimpse of a genuine fishing village through which you must proceed unless you arrive by boat, that is. We will return.
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
Christer Hellen wrote a review Jan. 2019
6 contributions2 helpful votes
As you approach Mairood resort you walk through a lovely, authentic fishing village, the likes of which are packed with tourists in other places of Thailand we have been to. On arrival we were greeted by the lovely host Chin, who lives in Thailand during the winter and in the US in the summer months. Chin has a big heart for lost fauna, hence the resort is full of animals, birds, dogs - and a 1/4-ton pig. The bungalows all have A/C and patios, the grounds of the resort are vast with several sitting groups. There is no beach in frony of the resort, but a 10 min walk takes you to beauitful deserted beaches. Literally deserted, we saw no-one. This is hard to come by in peak season-Thailand nowadays. Chin has bikes that takes you in the other direction with even more stunning and deserted beaches. Chin makes great food and has a big heart and many stories to tell. Chin and his staff took us to a local village-party where 5 pale farangs made the day for a cheering crowd:) This is a perfect place for relaxation in itself and a perfect location stopover to/from Cambodia - it's only 30 km to the border. I recommend a stay on Mairood Resort with all my heart.
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Date of stay: December 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Mairood Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Mairood Resort?
Nearby attractions include Rat Chakarun Beach (5.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Mairood Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Mairood Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Mairood Resort?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Mairood Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Mairood Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Mairood Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Thai.
Is Mairood Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.