This is a very long overdue review. My husband and I visited BNP in November 2012 on our one month tour of Nth Thailand/Laos/Vietnam. I booked after viewing pics on trip advisor and was not disappointed. The guesthouse is an old kindergarten which has been converted into the most quaint accommodation. Kung (who actually managed the kindy for about 20 years) and her husband Poy converted it the most homely accommodation when the kindy was shut. The gardens and surrounds are just beautiful, old furniture and toys placed throughout remind you of what was there before. The rooms are spotlessly clean and spacious, plenty of hot water for showers and rooms made daily with bottled watered supplied. Poy who is on hand for any travel advise goes to the market early in the morning to collect some goodies for brekky. It is all layed out and you just whip up what you want, tea and coffee is always on supply. BNP is not far from the clock tower and morning and night markets. Pushbikes are provided free of charge and it is quite easy to ride everywhere. Absolutely enjoyed our stay and would have loved to have stayed longer.