If you’re looking for a romantic small hotel in Nakhon Ratchasima, look no further than Village Farm & Winery.
Rooms at Village Farm & Winery offer a minibar, a refrigerator, and a kitchenette providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A concierge, shops, and 24 hour security are some of the conveniences offered at this small hotel. A pool and breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Village Farm & Winery, parking is available.
If you are looking for a good spot to eat nearby, you may want to check out Tiemkeree Bar (0.8 mi), which is within walking distance of Village Farm & Winery.
Should time allow, Prasat Hin Phanom Wan is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
The staff at Village Farm & Winery looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
It was very beautiful place on Wangnamkhieo. The place that you can education for wine course, very nice wine, and beautiful grape farms. The place that you can't missed if you come to travelling around Khao Yai and Wangnamkhieo
I booked a room via the hotel website and the rooms here are offered on a half board basis (including dinner with wine and breakfast). The price offered to other websites were more expensive so better booking via hotel's website. The receptionist and hotel people were very nice, helpful, and friendly. This hotel also runs a winery so we could also enjoy the evening wine tasting session, which was absolutely nice and better than I expected. I joined some other wine tasting sessions at other places in Thailand and abroad. A lady in charge of this wine tasting here is very well-rounded and knowledgeble about winery. We are very impressed! The foods are nice. They offered several selections of steaks and sets of Thai dishes for my selection. I chose lamb and australian sirloin steaks and they were delicious. Apart from wines, the grape juice here is also famous and good! I stayed for one night here. We chose to the village type room, the cheapest one. The room is small and a bit old. The air condition was a bit loudy and could be disturbing for those who have a problem sleeping. The other room types should be better in our opinion. We are happy with the overall experience here. We think the price for the half board room is reasonable. We would recommend this place. …
It was a refreshing and beautiful stay. We stayed for 2 nights at the Reef Rocks House (3 bedrooms with a large living hall and a garden). The house was clean, tidy and well decorated. The management was thoughtful as they provided 2 pairs of slippers for each guest, one for the house and the other for the garden. The staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfast and dinner were included in the package and their meals were excellent. They even gave us a complimentary tom yam soup after knowing that we were not locals and had wanted to try their soup. We preferred their western meals to their Thai meals though. Wine was served at dinner at no extra cost. This place is really away from the city and very near nature. A praying mantis landed on one of the waitress arm during dinner while a small frog jumped from nowhere to the side of one of the our coffee cups, sending the ladies screaming. You can also hear the lizards making noise while in the house. Despite the minor challenges, I enjoyed 2-night stay tremendously, especially the cool morning walks around the vineyard. The only disappointment is that the complimentary vineyard 'tour' on Saturday was an educational talk rather than a 'tour' at all. However, the facilitator was lively, funny, engaging and knowledgeable. Never a dull moment. I look forward to stay in this place again.…
We are the lecturers from Dusit Thani College, we agreed to visit some wine yard for our education trip after the college break. Later we found this place came up during meeting. A week later our plan started, just 2-3 hours drove from BKK is cool! We arrived and checked-in as normal. The group made a schedule at 16.00 hrs. for wine knowledge & tasting. It's so productive, its focus on general theoretical knowledge of the world wine and spirits. After that the wine facilitator who I've known as GM offer a winery tour. We touch a giant of fermentation tang, wine making, crushing until fermentation. This trip is very useful for students in beverage and hospitality industry including hotel staff who is serving food & beverage, recommended.
I visited three times Chateau des Brumes Village Farm & Winery and stayed twice at the hotel. It's a peaceful place. I enjoyed tasting the wine (one of my favourites in Thailand) and excellent grape juice, and having dinner in a very relaxing place.