Traditional Thai cottages plus fine dining
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Poppies has been a firm Samui favourite since it opened in 1994, both for its accommodation and its fine-dining restaurant.
The restaurant offers both Thai and European fare, and a full vegetarian menu is on offer. Diners experience traditional Thai music and dancing on Saturday evenings, while dining either on the beachfront or under the teak pavilion overlooking the pool. The 24 Thai-style cottages have been built using traditional materials such as teak and unglazed roof tiles. The rooms are spacious, with garden bathrooms featuring sunken bathtubs. Facilities include TV with DVD player, WiFi, air-con and fans, as well as mosquito screens on windows. A DVD library is available at reception. The gardens are immaculate and the rock swimming pool is located next to the restaurant and beachfront. Poppies Spa offers a comprehensive list of treatments. Poppies may not be the cheapest option in the area, but it may provide an unforgettable experience with remarkable surroundings and service to match.
Last updated on 10th May, 2012.