"Resort" is pushing it a bit for this simple little guesthouse, but PP is a jolly good spot, whatever they want to call it.
Bright orange painted, concrete chalets are set around a small car park, with a well cared for garden as well. Apart from the name, it's unpretentious but attention and care have gone into PP.
The dozen or so individual chalets all come with air-con and attached hot water bathroom. While nothing fancy, they are clean, comfortable and reasonably priced. Some English is spoken by the friendly owner, Honey, who's chatty, fun and will quickly make you feel at home in this rather out of the way spot. Cold drinks are served at the cafe-reception and Honey will whip you up some Thai food if you ask her in advance. WiFi is available, though no computers are available.
To find PP, continue south from the T-junction and you’ll pass the turn off for Doi Tao on your left. Shortly after this you’ll see signs for the resort, turn again on the left, and it’s another 100 metres or so down a side lane.
By Mark Ord
Last updated on 11th September, 2016.
Type of room, low and high season prices
Room: Bungalow air-con private bathroom, low season: 400 baht, high season 400 baht. Notes: Triple 500 baht.