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Kudos to TripAdvisor for directing us to the Long Beach Inn when, exhausted from the manic pace of touring Bangkok, we wanted a few days of beach time. This hotel is THE PERFECT SPOT in every possible way. It's spotlessly clean, has fabulous food (meals...More
A great little spot in Sam Roi Yot. Not directly on the beach, but just a *very* short walk away. I loved how cozy and quiet this place is, like a little oasis. The room was a good size, clean, and well-stocked. Lots of TV...More
Room & food excellent, location superb. Highly recommended. Brahm is a great guy with a fascinating history... I also recommend the cocktail in a coconut. They will most likely climb the tree in the garden - as fresh as it gets!
Dolphin Bay is a...More
After 17 wonderful days at Bram and his wonderful stab in Februar.2017 , I wrote my review « Going home for Christmas»
So we did. We had 2 wonderful weeks, my wife and me and 11children/grandchildren.
We have let is us been spoiled , with...More
After spending 3 nights in Bangkok it was wonderful to reach the quiet and peaceful Long Beach Inn. We were given an executive room and it was a lovely bright and spacious room. Bram was a great host and was always available to help with...More
Response from sue147reethi | Reviewed this property |
No idea really. There is a little Indian restaurant/cafe that serves great food that seems to be attached to a sort of tailors shop, but I can't tell you how good the clothes are.
Eat there though, the food is excellent.
There isn't an elephant 'park' as such. There are 2 national parks near the hotel where you can see wild elephants. Kaeng Krachan and Kuiburi. I think Bram, the hotel owner, does tours to both but don't know the prices. The... More
There isn't an elephant 'park' as such. There are 2 national parks near the hotel where you can see wild elephants. Kaeng Krachan and Kuiburi. I think Bram, the hotel owner, does tours to both but don't know the prices. The best place to see elephants is Kuiburi. We always drive there ourselves and, on arrival, must hire a pick-up with driver and guide for 600 baht. You can't go in independently.
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"All rooms seem very good. The property is private and set a block from the beach so that it's VERY quiet..."