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The resort has only 13 rooms, that is so quiet and nice. A bit far from town around 10-15 minutes drive to town.
The room is a bit old and bed is hard.
Amenities in rooms has only shower gel and shampoo.
Breakfast is so...More
The hotel is far from the town, so you need a car or motorbike for sure. The staff don't speak great English so you need a little Thai to get by. The setting and set up of the hotel and grounds is nice. Right by...More
Just got back from our stay at Ayodhara Village and unfortunately it has to be one of the worst hotels I have ever stayed at in Thailand! For the price their is not a single thing I could think of hat would make it worth...More
A lovely setting on a river, but the property reminded us of boy scout camp, with spread out log cabins. There was only one reception person and one groundskeeper on the property. On the way to our cabin, my wife and I were stung by...More
We had booked for today's night, we arrived at 12, there was nobody there, just the receptionist and 2 cleaning people, it just looked like a fantom hotel. I asked to see the room, and then we just ran away paying half of the price...More
US$25 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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