Pak Song Guest House
Reasonable and friendly
What we say:
The Pak Song Guesthouse is a fine place to stop for the night and the temperature is cool so if you want to do nothing for a day or so, this isn't a bad place to lay around. (One traveller recommends it is an excellent place to do your washing). To find the guesthouse continue straight on past the crossroads after the market and the building at the bottom of the slope, some 3-400m further on is the guesthouse. There are some rooms in an older building with don't seem to be rented out any more -- the rooms in the newer building have tile floors, broadcast TVs, so-so bathrooms, and are perfectly acceptable. Unfortunately they are well-overpriced, but then when it comes to accommodation in Pak Song, it's a seller's market. The guesthouse is run by a friendly family who speak a few words of English, and it's situated right near a local stream which is a popular spot to take a dip. Food at the associated restaurant is pretty good and cheap and the portions are huge. (Try their kaeng chent -- meat and vegetable soup with rice). Hot tea and water are supplied all day free of charge.
Contact details:Pak Song. T: (020) 980 4018
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl fan share b'room||70,000 kip||70,000 kip|
Added to Travelfish on: 3rd October, 2003
Last visited or updated on: 24th March, 2007
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