At Home Sukhothai
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Feel "At Home" in Sukhothai Oct 31, 2009
At Home in Sukhothai is a 50+ year old teakwood family home converted to a guesthouse. It has 11 rooms with either a fan or aircon, each with it's own toilet and shower.
The guesthouse boasts of a spacious garden and lotus pond that offers one a chance to relax after exploring the old city temples and monuments. It also has a cozy lobby and breakfast area. There is free WIFI in the lobby as well as in the rooms.
The staff are helpful, very friendly and speaks good english. They really make one feel right at home. no doubt about that.
It's location in the new city makes it a good jumping on point to get to the historical park, as the bus terminal to the old terminal is just some 15 minutes away on foot, in my case, 30 to 45 with all my stop overs at 711, the bank, a restaurant, the tourist office, and a street food stall. With that said, the guesthouse is near a lot of establishments for your convenience.
room rates range from 450-850 Baht depending on your room choice and budget.
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