Pirom-Aree's House

Pirom-Aree's House

Old-style hospitality

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Long-running Pirom-Aree’s is known for two things: warm hospitality and a difficult-to-find location down a dirt road to the north of town.

Travelfish says:

The guesthouse feels more like a homestay and is set in a wooden house surrounded by pleasant gardens. The well-kept rooms are basic fan-cooled deals, and cold-water bathrooms are shared. A simple Thai menu is offered in a tiny restaurant where you can chat with the friendly owners and other travellers.

Mr Pirom and his wife Aree got their start in the tourism business in Kanchanaburi back in 1988, and he is also a licensed guide who offers several itineraries, from day trips to week-long tours of Northeast Thailand. Prices vary depending on tours and number of people -- and for one or two people can be understandably pricey -- so it’s best to check when you’re there and see if there are any other takers to split costs with you. On our last visit, Mr Pirom told us that he was thinking about throwing in the towel and retiring, so give a call first to make sure the doors will be open.

To get here from the train station, head straight west and then go right to cross over the railway lines, then take the first left on Thung Poh Road. Follow that for a couple of kilometres and keep an eye open for a small blue sign at the top of a lane leading off to the left; at time of writing there was a big chicken statue in front of a khao man gai shop at the corner. You can always call Mr Pirom and ask for a lift, or a tuk tuk from the bus or railway station should set you back 50 baht.

Contact details for Pirom-Aree's House

Address: 55 326 Soi Arunee, Thung Poh Rd, Surin
T: (044) 513 234, (089) 355 4140;  
Coordinates (for GPS): 103º28'52.56" E, 14º53'44.23" N
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Room rates: Under 600B

Room rates

What we were quoted as a walk-in.

Sgl fan share bathroom 150 baht 150 baht
Dbl fan share bathroom 200 baht 200 baht

Reviewed by

David Luekens first came to Thailand in 2005 when Thai friends from his former home of Burlington, Vermont led him on a life-changing trip. Based in Thailand since 2011, he spends much of his time eating in Bangkok street markets and island hopping the Andaman Sea.

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