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We loved our stay in Thongbay guesthouse because everything is perfect, if one doesn't mind the little distance to the historical center... which is totally made up for by the offered shuttle service.
The bungalows are spacious and absolutely clean, food is great and if...More
5 nights of happiness this past November
staff highly professional, friendly and welcoming. It felt like home.
Amazing guesthouse, clean, welcoming, perfect.
complimentary bikes, shuttle to town , easy walk to town.
I was honored to see the banana garden. thank you for sharing with...More
Thongbay is a wonderful place, clean, welcoming, lovely staff, very comfortable. My garden-facing room was delightful, facing onto a peaceful, well-tended garden. It is quiet at night, but the peace in the evening is blighted by truly appalling, distorted music from a bar (which I...More
Really loved our stay.. Very peaceful and calm! The hosts are very friendly and offer the best services.. Free rides to town, free bikes and a lot more.. Try to book a riverside in my opinion, as the view is very beautiful.. The food is...More
This is an amazing guest house, despite its location outside the city center. The rooms here are good when the season does not require AC. They are quite large and have all the basics (note you will see snails in the bathroom). Every room has...More
I can't say I noticed sport fishing in LP, and I really doubt Thongbay caters to it, but there was guided fishing in Muang Ngoi, a day trip by minivan and boat up the Nam Ou river. You would need two nights in Muang Ngoi to... More
I can't say I noticed sport fishing in LP, and I really doubt Thongbay caters to it, but there was guided fishing in Muang Ngoi, a day trip by minivan and boat up the Nam Ou river. You would need two nights in Muang Ngoi to fish it. And it's a great trip into the hills of Laos.