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Guesthouse Liam's suan dok mai - Chiang Mai

Posted by Daffietje on 11/12/2008 at 13:12

Liam's suan dok mai is located in the Northeast Tambon Faham, a quiet and typically Thai countryside Chiang Mai suburb where mass tourism still hasn's found its way to yet.

Although we're outside the busy city centre, we are less than 10 minutes away from all Chiang Mai's famoud hotspots. Old city, Night Bazaar, Nimmanhaemin...but then again ideally located as exit point for trekking, sightseeing and/or daytrips by car, motorbike or bicycle.

We have 2 suites and 6 spacious deluxe rooms. All with balcony providing you with breathtaking view. All rooms have minibar, safe, airconditioning, soft Euro-standard mattrasses and are furnished with handmade bamboo furnitures.
At night you can see the lights of Chiang Mai's famous Wat Doi Suthep which lays upon the mountain flank.

Our ground floor rooms have also each a 12 sq/m private garden area attached.

The river Ping can easily be reached walking from the guesthouse, it's only 200m away.

After an exhausting day of exploring 'the pearl of the North' you can have a relaxing time in our garden with swimming pool.

In addition to our guesthouse, we're offering genuine Belgian Home Cooking and European food.
Whether you are tourist and not all too found of Thai spices, ex-pat suffering from 'gastronomic homisickness' or Thai and looking for a culinary kick, come and enjoy!!

For further information, please check our website.

Thank you.

#1 Daffietje has been a member since 11/12/2008. Posts: 1

Posted by dhunt81 on 23/10/2009 at 13:10

We stayed at Liam's late September for our 1 year wedding anniversary. I would just like to say it is exactly what were looking for. So friendly, beautiful room and lovely quiet location with free use of motorbike to get around. Amazing food with a brillaint breakfast included.
Thanks for such a memorable stay. We highly reccommend Liam's as the prefect get away.

#2 dhunt81 has been a member since 15/4/2008. Posts: 1

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