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Photo of Pen Siri HousePen Siri House

A hotel-style guesthouse

112 Moo 5 Saku, Nai Yang Beach T: (081) 895 9489 F: (076) 327 683

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Pen Siri House

Our rating:
4 stars, based on 1 expert review

Next to the entrance of the Indigo Pearl, the modest Pensiri House is simply a clean, comfortable place to stay.

Photo of Pen Siri House
See how much prices fall when you eschew all the frills of a resort? All rooms have the creature comforts of air-con, a TV, hot water shower, free WiFi and a mini-fridge, but a balcony will cost you extra. The balconies are quite spacious with a couple of chairs, but there's no view so it's hardly worth the 200B extra. Pen Siri is very good value and it's just a five-minute walk to the beach — take the dirt trail that runs by the wall of Indigo Pearl. There is even a restaurant on the beach operated by Pen Siri which was the busiest in the area at the time of research. The staff are helpful and also operate a travel desk so you can book tours or hire a car, motorbike, or taxi to help you explore beautiful northern Phuket. Recommended for budget travellers.

Last updated on 17th September, 2013.

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Pen Siri House

112 Moo 5 Saku, Nai Yang Beach
T: (081) 895 9489 F: (076) 327 683
Coordinates (for GPS): 98º17'59.28" E, 8º5'11.76" N
Room rates: Under 600B

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