Beautiful, clean huts. Has a mozzie net and bathroom with toiletries and towels provided. Breakfast is nothing to write home about, but it is free and has some good fruit. Good location, across the river from the main road and quiet. The only gripe is some loud announcements over the loudspeaker (I think this was across the town?) at around 7am.
Just across the river from Walking Street. A peaceful oasis just steps from all the hustle and bustle. Once across the wooden bridge, you’ll be in another world. Though there is no AC, there’s an overhead fan and a mosquito net over the bed if needed. Highly recommend this peaceful place.
We stayed here for 3 nights and loved Pai! The huts were basic but really nice and had all you need, the gardens the huts were in was really well kept and lovely. The shared bathroom was always clean with hot water for showers. The walking street is just over the bridge and was really good for the market every evening We easily hired a bike from the hotel for exploring during the day. The price of these huts were a lot cheaper than other hotels/hostels we’ve paid for and we enjoyed these more than most! The only thing is that is was really cold on a night so being warmer clothing, we stayed in December.
Just across the Pai river over a bamboo bridge you come to Pai country huts Huts very comfortable with nice bed and shower Breakfast consists of toast and jam with fruits tea or coffee and orange juice The staff area friendly and helpful Beautiful and peaceful setting to explore the wonderful Pai
I loved this place. The huts were very nice, especially for the price. Even better was the location. About a 2min walk across the river to the main road with everything you want, yet the huts remained quaint in the evening hours. The staff was very friendly and even helped my SO make a phone call with an office in Bangkok. To top it off, there is a free breakfast every morning that provides a great start to the day. Two things you should know before staying that may affect your experience: 1) There is no AC in the huts, only a fan. I thought the fan actually did a very good job at keeping the hut cool considering the size. 2) This is surrounded by nature and next to a river. There are going to be bugs in your hut, mainly at night. That said, there were no flying bugs in our hut, only ants and a single snail one night that didn't harm or change our experience (these all occurred in our bathroom that was private, not the shared bathroom). On the plus side, there is a mosquito net around the bed.…