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Want to relax with stunning 360 degree views of Thailand's most beautiful mountains and plains? Then this fully serviced guest house is for you! Built from reclaimed teak wood above and fieldstones below, the house has rustic charm and modern conveniences. Sits majestically atop two acres of fruit orchard....Want to relax with stunning 360 degree views of Thailand's most beautiful mountains and plains? Then this fully serviced guest house is for you! Built from reclaimed teak wood above and fieldstones below, the house has rustic charm and modern conveniences. Sits majestically atop two acres of fruit orchard.More
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From the house to the west you can watch cloudscapes roll over the mountains, an ever-changing panorama that will have you transfixed for hours. To the east you can see the sun rise over rice paddies, manioc and tobacco fields, and teak plantations. Just a mile or two to the north is a temple built from forest teak nestled against a ridge which contains numerous caves that are revered by the Buddhist monks. You are free to explore! One cave can be accessed from below and exited from above. The close by waterfall of Phet Ja Kho is accessible by a well maintained trail just past the ranger station and makes for an exciting side trip.