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Baan Tawan Guesthouse

Simple but clean

Photo of Baan Tawan Guesthouse, 117 Moo 4, Pai. , Pai

What we say: 3.5 stars

Set down a quiet lane off Raddamrong Road, Bantawan is well signposted and easy to find -- just walk past the school on the way to the bridge and take the first right. Rooms are pleasant, but the fantastic garden is the guesthouse’s main plus. The chalets are set amid lush tropical gardens which merge into lawns as they lead down to the river. Despite the rural feel the guesthouse is only a very short walk from the centre of town. Choose from a selection of wooden chalets or cheaper rooms in a large wooden block -- both are simple but clean and comfortable. The chalets are a decent size, each with a small balcony, and more expensive river view ones are available. There's a restaurant, cafe and internet access, plus trekking information available. We found staff friendly and helpful. A good address. Their low season runs March to September, high October to February, with peak from December 25 to January 3.

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117 Moo 4, Pai.  T: (053) 698 116, (081) 883 1083 F: (053) 698 117  
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What we were quoted

Type of room Low season High season Notes
Family room 2,000 baht 3,000 baht Peak: 3,500 baht
Bungalow air-con private b'room 1,500 baht 2,000 baht Peak: 2,500.
Standard - Double 700 baht 1,200 baht Peak: 1,600 baht
Deluxe- Double 1,200 baht 1,800 baht Peak: 2,300 baht

Added to Travelfish on: 15th April, 2005
Last visited or updated on: 12th August, 2015

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Based in Chiang Mai, Mark Ord has been travelling Southeast Asia for over two decades and first crossed paths with Travelfish on Ko Lipe in the early 1990s.
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Baan Tawan Guesthouse
117 Moo 4, Pai. 
T: (053) 698 116, (081) 883 1083 F: (053) 698 117

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