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Photo of Ban Jaidee GuesthouseBan Jaidee Guesthouse

Clean with an antiquarian style

67-69 Chaimongkol Rd, Trat T: (083) 589 0839  banjaideehouse@yahoo.com

Ban Jaidee Guesthouse

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Set in a lovingly restored heritage house, Ban Jaidee captures Trat’s old town spirit better than any other guesthouse.

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With several sofas and tables below high ceilings, off-white wooden walls and shelves displaying antique bottles, portraits of Thai monks and statues of Kuan Yin (the Chinese goddess of mercy), Ban Jaidee’s lobby has the feel of a small museum. The homely atmosphere extends into spacious and spotless rooms with minimal furniture but some thoughtful decorative touches. All rooms come with fans and rely on shared hot water bathrooms. The common space includes funky bits like lamps placed on driftwood frames and a computer chair made that was salvaged from an old barbershop. Staff are helpful and the location is great -- on a quiet side lane in the old quarter but within easy walking distance to the markets. Ban Jaidee is often full so you might want to call ahead and make a reservation.

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Walk-in rates at Ban Jaidee Guesthouse

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Room: Dbl fan share bathroom, low season: 200 baht, high season 200 baht. Notes:

Where is Ban Jaidee Guesthouse

Ban Jaidee Guesthouse
67-69 Chaimongkol Rd, Trat
T: (083) 589 0839 
banjaideehouse@yahoo.com
Coordinates (for GPS): 102º30'48.04" E, 12º14'33.44" N
Room rates: Under 600B

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