Photo: A terrific outlook.

Brook View

Great chalets just on the edge of town

132 Moo 1, highway 1095, Wiang Tai T: (053) 699 366(081) 992 4900

Brook View

Our rating:

The commendable Brook View has always been one of our Pai budget to flashpacker favourites and didn’t let us down on our latest visit.

Comfortable chalets are set in a spectacular garden which extends from botanical garden tropical style around the entrance and chalets to wide, mature tree-dotted lawns stretching down to the Pai River. Possibly the best garden we’ve seen at any resort and worth a peek and cold drink even if you’re not staying there.

Rooms are well kept but simple.

Rooms are well kept but simple. Photo: Mark Ord

Two types of chalet are on offer, six brick ones scattered around the edges of a courtyard and another dozen or so well-designed, spacious, wooden ones on high stilts looking out across the Pai Valley. All are tastefully decorated, air-conditioned and come with ensuite hot shower and balconies. The rooms are placed far enough back from the road to keep traffic noise down to an acceptable level.

Breakfast is not included and there’s no restaurant as such, but you are close enough to the centre of Pai for this not to be a problem. Brook View is just on the edge of town, past the traffic lights on the right-hand side of the road leading out to the airport so, a mere five minutes’ walk or thereabouts from the bus station and Walking Street.

Better exercise than an iPad.

Better exercise than an iPad. Photo: Mark Ord

Service is efficient, friendly and family style and the usual trekking and sightseeing information is available at reception. Prices do vary according to bungalow disposition and view and an over-complicated pricing system sees nine different schemes for a total of 20 rooms.

Furthermore prices change on an almost monthly basis so the below is a summary and you can check the full itemised range on their comprehensive website. At a glance prices may seem slightly more than the average but what’s on offer is considerably better than average and well worth those extra few baht in either low or high season. As usual in Pai though we would avoid New Year and Christmas.

Put your feet up and enjoy the view.

Put your feet up and enjoy the view. Photo: Mark Ord


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Brook View
132 Moo 1, highway 1095, Wiang Tai
T: (053) 699 366(081) 992 4900
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º26'24.11" E, 19º21'48.27" N
Room rates: 600B to 1,500B

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