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Cheerful budget spot

57/5 Moo 5, Bang Niang beach T: (076) 486 224, (081) 171 6891  thesandyhouse@yahoo.co.uk
http://www.infothesandyhouse.com

Sandy House

Our rating:
4 stars, based on 1 expert review

Set towards the end of a quiet side road in Bang Niang, about a five minute walk from the beach, the Sandy House is probably the best true budget option in this area.



Photo of Sandy House
It's a family run spot with rooms in a four storey building situated over a gift shop, and the enthusiastic ladies who work there are very welcoming. For these prices, and in this area, rooms are a pleasant surprise too. Whether fan or air-con you can expect simply furnished but comfortable, bright and clean rooms with firm beds, fridges, and TVs. All the rooms we saw were a little different, so you might take a look around before deciding. One had a large balcony over looking a not so scenic field while another, which was the same price as the others, actually had two rooms with beds and could comfortably accommodate a family of up to five on a budget. WiFi is free, and the guesthouse rents out motorbikes and cars. To get here, take a left off the main road through Bang Niang on to Soi Pak Khlong Bang Niang (towards the Sheraton) and Sandy House will be a short ways down on the right.

Last updated on 23rd July, 2012.


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Sandy House

57/5 Moo 5, Bang Niang beach
T: (076) 486 224, (081) 171 6891 
thesandyhouse@yahoo.co.uk
http://www.infothesandyhouse.com
Room rates: Under 600B



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