Photo: Purpose built.

Pai Cherkaew Boutique House

A lovely addition to Pai’s hotel scene

148 Moo 3, in the lane between Chaisongkran and Wanchalerm Rds, Wiang Tai T: (053) 699 050(091) 853 6788(099) 969 9539  paicherkaew@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/paicherkaew/

Pai Cherkaew Boutique House

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A lovely addition to Pai’s hotel scene, well-located Cherkaew Boutique slips into the gap between flashpacker and midrange categories.

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The location is on a quiet site down the lane running between Chaisongkran and Wanchalerm Roads, so it’s one block removed from hectic Walking Street and the bars of Tesaban, yet smack bang in the centre of town.

A cute little pool to cool off in.

A cute little pool to cool off in. Photo: Mark Ord

The compact three-storey, grey-and-white building was purpose-built and thoughtfully designed, with cafe and reception downstairs, two floors of rooms above, and space for a small pool and garden to one side.

Windows are sensibly wide, all interior walls are painted white and the rooms spacious, so there’s a very bright and airy feel throughout. Views are variable depending on which side of the building and which floor your room is located on, though generally speaking the more expensive rooms will have better views while the top-rate ones have direct pool access.

Rooms are of a good size and immaculate.

Rooms are of a good size and immaculate. Photo: Mark Ord

Decor is tasteful and restrained, with white-painted wood panelling and bare-brick textures serving to break up the flat white. Furniture is uncluttered but includes essentials such as wardrobe, bedside tables and window benches that could convert to a child’s bed at a pinch.

Air-con rooms are equipped with cable TV, fridge, tea- and coffee-making facilities and safe plus hot water showers in the spacious bathrooms. WiFi is beamed throughout. Still being new as of mid-2017, everything sparkles and works efficiently—a trend that extends to the enthusiastic and helpful staff.

Could work for a small family.

Could work for a small family. Photo: Mark Ord

The lack of substantial seasonal fluctuations unusually results in relatively high rainy season prices, with relatively low high season tariffs. So though this is a delightful spot at any time, we’d recommend Cherkaew as being a particularly good option for the busy months.

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Walk-in rates at Pai Cherkaew Boutique House

Type of room
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High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
1,600 baht
2,000 baht
Superior double room
1,800 baht
2,200 baht
Deluxe double room
2,000 baht
2,600 baht
Deluxe Suite
2,200 baht
2,900 baht
Room: Standard double room, low season: 1,600 baht, high season 2,000 baht. Notes:
Room: Superior double room, low season: 1,800 baht, high season 2,200 baht. Notes:
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 2,000 baht, high season 2,600 baht. Notes:
Room: Deluxe Suite, low season: 2,200 baht, high season 2,900 baht. Notes:

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Where is Pai Cherkaew Boutique House

Pai Cherkaew Boutique House
148 Moo 3, in the lane between Chaisongkran and Wanchalerm Rds, Wiang Tai
T: (053) 699 050(091) 853 6788(099) 969 9539 
paicherkaew@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/paicherkaew/
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º26'37.02" E, 19º21'30.63" N
Room rates: 1,500B to 4,000B

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