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    Reviewed May 2, 2012

    I had this guesthouse booked by an agency in Bangkok for one night. The guesthouse staff were supposed to pick me up from the train station. That never happened. There was no apology or reason given to me for that once I arrived.

    The place was difficult to find. Even from outside this guesthouse, it is not well signed and unclear that this is indeed a guesthouse. It looks a yard with various outbuildings. It was more a hostel than a guesthouse. The staff here are business-like and it's all about making extra money through renting instead of lending a bicycle for example. My bike was exhausting to peddle through the streets as it was old, heavy and clunky with poor brakes.
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    I was given an extremely bare room at the front. There was no view and there was no window. The room consisted of one double bed and one single bed and only a wooden chair. There was no furniture, wardrobe or closet. A pane of glass above eye level had been covered over; it was high enough that I couldn't reach it to take the cloth off for light. The lighting was dim. At least there was air conditioning.
    The toilet is found in the shower room off the bedroom.

    The location is within the old city. There was little around this street. The guesthouse was not serving dinner despite the mention of it in their binder of options. On the main street was a Familymart corner store and there was an outdoor food vendor from whom I bought an inedible chicken skewer that was mostly fat, skin and bone. I gave it to a dog. There are lots of dogs hanging around the streets.

    There was nothing to do here except read so I decided to have for the Reflexology foot massage that was listed in the hostel's binder of things you could order. There was no tub to soak my feet in and no place to do it except on the bed. So when the Thai masseuse arrived, she and I had to get on the bed to do her work. When she started kneading my thighs I became uncomfortable and also realized that she hadn't understood that I had asked for the foot massage. When I tried to explain, she just pinched the top of my feet and then left hem. it was obvious she had no idea what reflexology is. The massage was painful and left me with bruises in the days that followed. She was no professional and I don't know what the hostel had communicated to her but she was an awful choice for a masseuse.

    Breakfast here is not included. I paid for it and it was ok.

    I would never go back to this hostel. Of my three month trip this was the worst place that I stayed. The room was small and dark and the services very limited. I felt quite stranded here as there was so little around for food options.

    • Stayed: March 2012, traveled solo
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    1  Thank KikouOttawa_Canada
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    Reviewed February 28, 2012

    After spending horrible night at T*** P****, i've moved here the second night, it's strategic enuf as the historical park is within walking distance. Room was very clean, comfortable, too big for me alone. The only problem is there's nobody at the counter after office hours, not even answering the mobile phone (for my experience). You may easily get lost, as it's located in a small alley (thus it's quiet and homely). A much more better place compared with T*** P****.

    Room Tip: Just go to morning market, and get a tuk-tuk driver for recommendation, they do not speak English, but the locals are friendly enuf to be your translation. People are friendly there.
    • Stayed: February 2012, traveled solo
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    Thank KopiOGao_12
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    Reviewed February 20, 2012

    We have been in Baan Eve 1 month after big floods and in spite of the fact that the walls were wet, it was very clean. First time we get a room inside standalone house on the picture, but it was noisy in the night because of near water-pump. But staff was helpful and provided us with room inside older & bigger building which was nice & ok. In the neighborhood there was only noodle shop on the street, but it wasn't problem to get bicycles (for free) and go to the center.

    Room Tip: I recommend old building because it's far from water pump.
    • Stayed: December 2011, traveled as a couple
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    Thank jans852
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    Reviewed December 19, 2010

    A cute, informal and homy guesthouse in Ayutthaya. It's on the edge of town, near the train station. Owned by Eve, a very friendly women.
    We only stayed here for one night. They have several rooms in a sort of garden. Breakfast is served as it would in a family. One table for everyone in the open air. Very informal, easy to connect with other guests.
    You can rent a bicycle here to drive around town, which I can definatelly recommend. Ayutthaya is quite small. You can also take a tour with a (sort of) tuk-tuk.
    The rooms are a little kitsch, but it's clean and quite roomy.
    The staff, other than Eve, don't speak a lot of english, but are all friendly

    • Stayed: November 2010, traveled with friends
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    2  Thank MarliesKramer
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    Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
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    Stayed: March 2018, traveled with family
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