Tastefully blended with nature
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This sophisticated hideaway features a dozen cottages set well apart from one another in a lush tropical garden shaded by low-hanging trees.
It also has a tiny swimming pool, and is the only spot in Haad Khai Mook that actually has a sandy beach, albeit it a baby one. Romantic rooms blend thatched roofing, log exterior walls, woven bamboo and rattan trim, and hardwood or polished cement floors. Each room comes with air-con, TV, fridge, spacious wood terrace and soft bed with sumptuous linens draped under wide mosquito netting. Bathrooms are tastefully done with sunroofs, a few plants, rain showers and basin sinks. The vibe is quiet and peaceful, and the laidback staff serves excellent Thai food and coffee in an open-air restaurant/lounge with chill spaces and a small billiards table. The mini-resort also offers kayaks and snorkels. Note that while their website lists two different rates for high and low seasons, we were quoted the low season rates as walk-ins in mid January, which is the middle of high season.
By David Luekens
Last updated on 2nd March, 2014.