Best in town
What we say:
This new place is designed like a back-woods lodge, with an attractive all-wood interior. The location is a bit of a drag -- not close to anything in particular and there's no restaurant on the premises. Otherwise, it's a real step up from the Pak Song Guesthouse and much better value. The rooms are thoroughly quaint and pleasant, and the staff friendly.
Contact details:Pak Song, at the junction to Tha Teng. T: (031) 575 8086
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl fan private b'room||50,000 kip||50,000 kip||70,000 kip with hot water|
Added to Travelfish on: 9th December, 2006
Last visited or updated on: 24th March, 2007
Read Boulaven Guesthouse reviews
Rated 3.5 out of 5
Based on 3 ratings and 3 reviews
nice quiet place
Good place to stay. Quiet, clean, but very hard bed. It is very cold in the winter. (in whole Pak Song)
Boulaven Guesthouse reviewed by jolaica (Total reviews: 3) on
Watch the food!
Accomodation clean, mattress hard, but food is another thing! Food was overdone with chilli. Owners very pleasant but speak little English. 80000 kip for double with hot shower.
Boulaven Guesthouse reviewed by srsdj (Total reviews: 11) on
Comes with gibbons!
Boulaven Guesthouse (or BorLaVen Quert House, as they call it) is a good choice if you need/want to spend the night in Paksong. Sure the rooms are quite basic with the mattresses rock hard, but they are clean and not too cramped. The owners can pick up food for you from a nearby restaurant as long as you order an hour or two before. One man speaks some English, the other staff none. As an added bonus the owner family have two pet gibbons that play around freely in the trees behind the house. Lovable creatures.
Boulaven Guesthouse reviewed by Lother (Total reviews: 36) on
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