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Convenient and a good deal

540 Moo 3, Tha Ton T: (086) 117 5650, (086) 190 2473 

New Ton Guesthouse

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New Ton Guesthouse offers just four clean, pleasantly decorated rooms in an orange-painted block set back off the road, with a good restaurant located just out front. Rooms are on the small side but come with ensuite hot showers, cable TV and WiFi.



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It’s not a bad deal for a year-round price of 350 baht. Rooms are quiet enough since they’re set in the rear yard; the boat pier is across the road, steps to the hilltop chedi and if you can’t be bothered to walk further or aren’t staying long, it is a very handy option. English is spoken and scooters are for hire for 300 baht per day.

The main road location is convenient spot, as it’s in the centre of town just by the bridge. Even if you don’t want to avail yourself of their well-priced rooms, they also run a good, cheap cafe that opens at 07:00 and offers fresh coffee, juices and standard Thai dishes such khao soi, fried rice, noodle soup or steamed chicken on rice for 30 baht a bowl.

During high season they are likely to fill fast -- unfortunately they couldn’t give us an e-mail address for advanced bookings.

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Walk-in rates at New Ton Guesthouse

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Room: Standard double room, low season: 300 baht, high season 300 baht. Notes:

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New Ton Guesthouse
540 Moo 3, Tha Ton
T: (086) 117 5650, (086) 190 2473 
Coordinates (for GPS): 99º21'42.5" E, 20º3'37.58" N
Room rates: Under 600B

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