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Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

What an absolutely delightful find this is!
There are 4 villas in total and they are pretty much independent from each other.

Ours was villa 2 which came with a lovely large room and a queen bed with Thai floor cushions to lounge around to watch TV.
Downstairs was a family area and a small but very well equipped kitchen but at the prices of food around here, who would want to cook.

There's also a hallway with an alfresco area and a bench running along the hallway leading to a tranquil rustic balcony where we had a breakfast of local fruits and tea this morning.

Tea, coffee and bottled water was amply provided by the owner. WIFI was also included and they have bicycles but seldom used so a little advance notice to the owner is required.

Location is second to none and everything is within walking distance.

Owner is really nice gentlemen of Chinese origin so obviously English is not his forte. He's helpful and informative.

We have stayed in more opulent surroundings and 5 star hotels but this takes the cake for a real Thai holiday with a tinge of Chinese hospitality thrown in.

I can't recommend this more for a holiday in Chiang Mai.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Patrick L
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Reviewed 23 April 2016

This place was the coolest vibe, a little garden with a koi pond lays at the center of the 4 huts and dozens of plants, sculptures and other knick knacks dive the place a really authentic feel.

Each hut has 2 floors, the 1st is mainly an open space with hammocs, chairs and tables to relax while reading or have a cold beverage; fans and mosquito repellents are on hand to make yourself comfortable. Enter the door and there is a nicely equipped kitchen with complimentary teas and instant thai noodle's. Also on the 1st floor a decent bathroom with the regular amenities.

On he second floor you have the bedroom, big enough to fit a comfortable bed (mosquito net included) and your baggage, but not much else which is not bad considering you also have another smaller room that I would define as a yoga or reading studio next to the main bedroom.

There is no reception, you basically walk in the garden and someone points you to your hut. The staff is usually around if you need anything and the manager, Julie, was the best helping us book tours and find our way around the city.

  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Arturo A
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Reviewed 6 April 2016

This is a neat guesthouse if you're prepared to look after yourself once the manager checks you in. After that you may or may not see her until you check out. In other words there is no lobby, food area, or typical hotel services. The room was clean, large, good TV and WiFi, and culturally quaint. It's a great location with about a two minute walk to a Bagel Coffee Bar and other restaurants. Close to a market and other stores. Close to the main Chiang Mai Buddhist Temple.

Room Tip: Best to take an upstairs room.
  • Stayed: March 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank StravaG71
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Reviewed 29 March 2016 via mobile

I spent my first night in Chiang Mai here and was charmed from the moment I walked through the gate. The villas are beautiful. The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful. The location is calm and quiet but within easy walking distance to the busier parts of town. There is a lovely koi pond in the center of the resort and sweet cats roaming throughout. (I like cats but could see this being a problem for someone who is allergic to them). Sure it's a little pricier than some of the other places but the accommodations are more than worth the price if you are looking for a nicer place to stay!

Stayed: March 2016, travelled solo
Thank IvoryShabazz
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Reviewed 26 March 2016 via mobile

It's a little guesthouse that only has 4 little huts/rooms, beautifully decorated and charming. Unlike generic hotel, each hut has internal staircase which links you to main bedroom and lounge upstairs, and bathroom and kitchen downstairs. Little balcony which has green view is available next to the lounge area upstairs. Since it's located in a small lane, it's quiet at night and the only sound you hear is from a frog or a gecko. A spacious living room is also available downstairs, with hammock and couch. I like this place very much and I would definitely come back next time!

Stayed: March 2016, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Ivy T
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