We have four bungalows available for your stay. Each bungalow is furnished with a queen-size bed, top quality furniture and bedding, lighting, and linens. House keeping is available as required. An extra folding bed can be provided for a third person. There is a large video library available and DVD players in every room.

We have two adjoining bungalows that have a common door that can open up between them to accommodate groups or families.

Eight-foot glass windows and sliding doors front a beautiful view of the jungle clad mountains and open to large wooden decks. Attached, tiled bathrooms with private outdoor showers add to your comfort.

The property has great views of the sunrise and sunset over the mountains. Each bungalow is surrounded with a myriad of tropical plants and flowers. There is an abundance of birds, wildlife and local farm animals such as chickens, ducks, cattle, horses and water buffalo. The local temple, Thai village, and farm life, are part of the local the ambiance.

Our open-air dining area is growing more lush by the day.

Our restaurant and bar provide WIFI, large screen TV, a small library and great music. We serve delicious Western and Thai food and a wide variety of drinks including fresh espresso and all coffee drinks. Breakfast is included with your room. All vegetables are organically grown in our garden and on local farms. Meat, poultry and fish come from area family run farms, and eggs from our own chickens.

We’ve added a swimming pool, and have plans to add a workspace for artists (print-making and an outdoor sculpture area for working in wood and stone).

Trekking in the mountain rainforest is available. Also meeting local hill tribe people in their villages can be arranged.

We can take you on day tours of the north including:
Phu Chi Fa Hot Waterfall; the famous White Temple, Wat Rong Khun; Elephant camp and ride; a Snake petting farm; the MaeKhong River; and to the following regions including historical and cultural sites and spectacular places in nature: Chiang Khong; Chiang San, Chiang Rai; Mae Sai; Doi Mae Salong; Phu Chi Fah Mountain – the view point from which to see all of northern Thailand and Laos; the Golden Triangle, Thai/Lao markets, Nan, visit a local whiskey still or eat fresh from the fire in local Khao Lam.

traditional handcrafts in Northern Thailand
A woman selling traditional handcrafts in Northern Thailand

We can shop at the local market or have a picnic by the river or lake. Walking in the village, watching Thai farm life or people fishing and meeting the locals is an ever-fun option.

Of course, you can also just do nothing but relax if you wish.

Transport to and from Chiang Rai International Airport is available for a nominal fee.

Eco-friendly Vacation Bungalows in Northern Thailand