Koh Lanta Island
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On the internationally renowned crystal bay golf course. panoramic view of golf course. 142 sq meters of luxury accommodation. sleeps up to 6 people. absolute exclusivity. 24 hour security. short or long term rental.
Located between Bangsaen and Sriracha only 800m from the Ocean, the building sits in beautiful green area.
from £44 / night
1 night min stay
Bathroom with shower and toilet, kitchen with ceramic hob, large fridge freezer, special drink-water cooler, 2 persons queen size bed, sofa, aircon, fan, safe, balcony, 42" TV, DVD recorder, wireless internet available, 24h security, maid service, laundry service.
Beautiful seaview. Jomtien is a very famous beach resort at Pattaya matters. About 200 meters from the sea.
from £15 / night
Bathroom with shower and toilets, kitchen with ceramic hob, large fridge freezer, special drink-water cooler, 2 persons queen size bed, aircon, fan, safe, balcony, 42inches TV, DVD, wireless internet, 24 hour security, maid service on request, laundry service.
In the high season it's very difficult to take short time bookings, please email me before make a booking.
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