We stayed for 3 nights in January in this Lanna-inspired family-run guesthouse. Our room was in the newer rosewood house, as opposed to the original teak building.
It's in a slightly quieter and less touristy part of town, but a short drive away to Nimmanahaeminda Road, which is good local street for coffee and bookstores, and Maya shopping mall, if you need to stock up on home comforts, or are getting consumerism withdrawal.
Our room had something of a mosquito epidemic while we were there, but nothing that couldn't be fixed with some citronella incense, and the hosts were very helpful trying to find swatters and plug-in incense, though it's a shame there weren't more obvious facilities immediately on hand so we didn't have to disturb the staff quite so much.
The range of breakfast options are fantastic, unsurprising as the guesthouse also doubles up as a local restaurant.
The pool is relatively small but it was underused while we were there. I doubt it would ever get overcrowded given the fact there are only a handful of rooms available.
I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again, but probably request the teak room to get a slightly more authentic experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ruen Come In is a boutique teakwood resort decorated in contemporary-northern Thai style. Please come and enjoy our family style accommodation and dine savory Thai & northern Thai dishes from our family recipes at Ruen Come In restaurant in the same compound. ... more less
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