This resort is like of a Thai version of the UK family holidays camps of old and we got a dose of the in-house entertainment (redcoats from Butlins?) since we were on a company trip. Not my thing but the Thais seem to love it. We stayed in rooms attached to the main reception area which backed on to a small river. These were truly awful; They stank of mould/mildew, 2 single beds one too hard the other too soft (collapsed springs), noisy a/c, all linens and towels were grey and worn, the bathroom looked like something from an old public baths with cracked & broken tiles supporting a major colony of mould, a grubby looking shower curtain and grotty old vanity area. They do however have nice new rooms and bungalows (these were the cheapest).
The grounds are extensive and well-maintained and there are many activities to partake of (at an extra cost) eg; quadbikes, kayaking, horse riding and cart rides, cycling, adventure course, archery. there's also a fitness club and pool and lots of space for walks.
The food at dinner was uninspiring but the breakfast was good and plentiful (catering to Asian clientelle). Plates were cleared quickly and food quickly replenished, so all quite fresh.
If this is your cup of tea (great for families with young kids) do not even think of staying in the cheap rooms (a tent would be prefereable).More