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Such a cool spot! Great location close to several markets and great cafes. It is so peaceful with lovely with a lilttle porch amongst lots of green plants. It is a short walk over the bridge where you can get great street food. It is...More
This place is beautiful and peaceful, the wooden cabins are quiet and have a lot of space in them anf the owner is so friendly. Its really close to one of the city's markets. It is a little far from the old city (15-20 min...More
Really amazing place, typically ThaÏ, wood large houses in a gorgeous garden.
Aor welcome and advices are great: a journey with elephants, the best rate change...
I higly recommend this place which is very afordable.
This is the third time we have come to Chiang Mai and each time we have stayed at Tanita House. If you are looking for impersonal, generic, standardised accommodation with in-house branded shampoos in the shower and fake smiles from staff who could not care...More
Our stay here was absolutely delightful and the hospitality was superior! Aor is the owner and we really enjoyed talking with her. The bungalow we stayed in was very clean and had a traditional Thai decor. The a/c worked extremely well. We had a great...More
According to your inquirััy, there is not malaria in the city. Just be careful when you are trekking near Mynmar or Laos border. You could protect yourself with mosquito spray or lotion if you have sensitive skin. There are... More
According to your inquirััy, there is not malaria in the city. Just be careful when you are trekking near Mynmar or Laos border. You could protect yourself with mosquito spray or lotion if you have sensitive skin. There are not cockroaches in the area, this part of the city is clean and well kept. It is a greener and prettier area by the river, but still more urban than rural.