Photo: A monk taking a rest by the river.

Photo of Salawin GuesthouseSalawin Guesthouse

Cosy and well appointed

Langpanich Rd, Mae Sariang T: (053) 681 490 

Salawin Guesthouse

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This centrally located, budget guesthouse only has four rooms but has seen a serious makeover of late under new and very friendly ownership.

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There’s a noodle shop in the tiny garden, a coffee shop with free computer use in the lobby -- you’d be hard pushed to find such a small guesthouse with such a range of facilities elsewhere. Rooms have lockable wardrobes, en suite bathrooms with hot showers and comfy beds and are simply but agreeably furnished and decorated. The house doesn’t have huge grounds but what there is – squeezed between the noodle shop and the coffee bar - is pleasant, with a bunch of mature palms. Salawin is located on the river side of Langpanich Road, though it doesn’t actually have a river view. Nevermind Riverside’s terrace is a just a few doors down.

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Walk-in rates at Salawin Guesthouse

Type of room
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Type of room, low and high season prices
Sgl fan private bathroom
250 baht
250 baht
Dbl fan private bathroom
300 baht
300 baht
Room: Sgl fan private bathroom, low season: 250 baht, high season 250 baht. Notes:
Room: Dbl fan private bathroom, low season: 300 baht, high season 300 baht. Notes:



Where is Salawin Guesthouse

Salawin Guesthouse
Langpanich Rd, Mae Sariang
T: (053) 681 490 
Coordinates (for GPS): 97º55'43.47" E, 18º9'37.99" N
Room rates: Under 600B

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