Set at the eastern end of Haad Khom, Coconut Beach's highlight is the restaurant overlooking the beach.
They have two main kinds on bungalows on offer – very old and battered wooden huts and slightly newer and in better shape concrete limegreen bungalows. All run up the hill and back from the restaurant, but most don't have much of a view.
The wooden huts are the cheapest you'll find on Haad Khom, but they're in very variable state and the bathroom in the hut we were shown wasn't too good at all. At least they have a hammock strung out front so you need spend less time in the room. The concrete rooms despite their green hue throughout, are better in almost every way and if you are planning on staying here, we thing these are the better option – they don't have hammocks though – just a couple of plastic chairs.
We found the staff frosty at first, but they warmed up fast. As with everywhere on Haad Khom, there is no electricity during the day. Next down the beach is Haad Khom Bungalows (T: (077) 374 299) which has some bungalows on the beach rather than only running up the hill.
Type of room, low and high season prices
Room: Bungalow fan private bathroom, low season: 400 baht, high season 400 baht. Notes: 800B for a cement bungalow