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It's a very nice hideout for a short trip. The room (huts) are clean and specious. The beach is very close but has a lot of stones. The water quality is very ok.
The food in the restaurant is nice and inexpensive. Taxi to the...More
Honestly the place needs a real clean up and TLC. Pictures on their website must be taken years ago, probably when it first opened. If they only make a habit of cleaning the beach every day and maintain the garden, I think the place would...More
We were there early Nov 2016, just before the peak season.
Amazing place.Kept up to the best standard. The location is far from other noisy beaches. Place is secluded and peaceful. The beach has natural shade of the trees which was the key for us....More
The little cottages give you lots of privacy but we hung out on the deck to enjoy the beautiful evening. I could not resist peeking out at dawn to see the mist and the sunrise. The breakfast buffet is quite good too.
We arrived by car at the pier in Ban Phe and paid to park undercover for 3 nights. The hotel's transfer boat left at midday with a 1 hour journey to Ao Pakarang Bay. There the boat ties up to a floating pontoon for passengers...More
$43 - $122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The name of the pier that i took the boat across to the resort is called Taruaphe you can choices one of 2 boats you can take a speed boat which cost more and takes about 20 to 25 mins it will make stops at all the different... More
The name of the pier that i took the boat across to the resort is called Taruaphe you can choices one of 2 boats you can take a speed boat which cost more and takes about 20 to 25 mins it will make stops at all the different resorts to drop off the guest, or you can take a delivery boat which is cheaper but it takes longer to get to the island about 45 to 50 mins it will drop you of at the pier and you will need to take a taxi to your resort, the most you should pay for a taxi is 600 baht its about a 20 min drive to your resort from the pier, you will have to pay in to different place once you get of the boat the first spot is right at the gate once you leave the boat then once you get a taxi you will have to pay again at the top of the street to enter the park, its a bit of a cash grab,So keep in mind that before you head to your resort you may want to get some snacks to take with you because it will cost you 600 baht to go back to the pier,when you leave the resort you can tell the people at the front desk once your at your resort of course you wish to take the speed boat back when your ready to leave. it will cost i think it was 800 baht its a bit cheap i found because by the time you pay for the taxi and then for the boat at the pier its cost more.i hope this was of some help anything else you would like to know just let me know i will do my best to help you with any information i have, have a safe trip and i hope you enjoy your time in Thailand
You can either book the boat with the hotel, which takes you directly to the hotel private pier. Alternatively take a boat from Baan Phae pier to Koh Samet main pier, then taxi to the hotel.
Cost 600Thai baht per taxi.
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"Every room has excellent view and location. The best room is Deluxe Sea View for 4 adults. Large and very..."