Bang Po Beach
Koh Lanta Island
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Large bedroom with own entrance comes with air con, Fridge, Kettle, the room is cleaned daily, the bedding changed twice a week. This room has table and chairs outside the room if you want to be a lone. Or sit near the bar all ways people popping in.
I offer a free pick up from the airport for guest staying more then three days.
from £24 / night
£163 - £223
3 nights min stay
Set just off the ring road with a five minute walk to Hua Thanon beach and market, just five minute ride into the centre of Lamai. We offer a free pick up service from the airport. Have something going on most nights in our Bar/Restaurant that is inside our garden.
Everyone feels like it is home from home, and we have guest now returning for that secand visit.
1 night min stay
Number two bedroom is large with its own entrance at the side of the house, in the afternoon you get a nice breeze coming through, this room I find the most private you have table and chairs just outside the door if you want to be on your own and just read your book.
It has air con with a fridge & kettle, the room is cleaned daily and towels changed bedding twice a week.
Bed & breakfast
Banyan House is unique style guest house with a homely feeling intimate personal service.
from £4 / night
£27 - £39
Bed & breakfast
To live here, in Bann Chang Thai- a full service family atmosphere luxury villa, with two big separate pool-areas, fully equipped gym and with unique Sino- Thai Interior decoration and furniture, gives you a feeling that will last forever.
Indulge yourself in tranquility, serenity, security and style !
from £652 / night
£4561 - £10796
4 nights min stay
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