Photo: More comfort than average at Phanyro.

Photo of Phanyro GuesthousePhanyro Guesthouse

Charming cabin-style rooms

Southeast of Sen Monorom High Street (a 10-minute walk) T: (017) 770 867(017) 770 879 

Phanyro Guesthouse

Our rating:

Quick links
Our review | Walk-in rates | Address | Map

With 15 clean and comfortable wooden cabins, Phanyro was described as “plush” by one young Sen Monorom expat and while we wouldn’t go that far, it is a little more comfortable than the average and it’s out of everyone’s way, so will be quieter.

Agoda coupon: Get an extra 7% off selected properties with the coupon code

Photo of Phanyro Guesthouse
The mid-sized cabins are arranged around a pleasant little garden fronted by a rather wasted courtyard. The interiors are painted clapboard, which is vaguely romantic if you’re that way inclined, and have good bed linen, TVs, fans and hot water. The owner speaks English, and was very helpful, happy to answer questions and provide advice on things to do.

There is still no restaurant here, but that’s not really a problem, as everything else is within walking distance. Without a communal area though, you won’t really get to meet your fellow guests, so anyone looking to bond over elephant experiences may want to try Nature Lodge or Tree Lodge.


Search hotels in Sen Monorom

Arriving on:
Leaving on:

Walk-in rates at Phanyro Guesthouse

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Dbl fan private bathroom
$12 for a twin room
Room: Dbl fan private bathroom, low season: US$8, high season US$8. Notes: $12 for a twin room

Where is Phanyro Guesthouse

Phanyro Guesthouse
Southeast of Sen Monorom High Street (a 10-minute walk)
T: (017) 770 867(017) 770 879 
Coordinates (for GPS): 107º11'21.52" E, 12º27'30.17" N
Room rates: Under US$10

Map for Phanyro Guesthouse

Open in Apple Maps | Open in Google Maps

Other places to stay

See below for more places to stay in Sen Monorom that are listed on

Top of page

Like what you see? Then you’ll love our newsletter

The Travelfish newsletter is sent out every Monday and is jammed full of free advice for travel in Southeast Asia. You can see past issues here.

Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Sen Monorom? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Cambodia.

Top of page