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Baan Khao Laak, question about two storied cottage

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Baan Khao Laak, question about two storied cottage

hi,

I've just checked BKL's offer and found out that cheapest option is two storied cottage. Has anyone of you stayed in this kind of accomodation? How big is it? Do you think, it's suitable for 2 adults and a child (7)? I'm also affraid that it might be close to the road. Isn't it too loud over there?

Best regards, Bartek

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1. Re: Baan Khao Laak, question about two storied cottage

My friend stayed in a single storey cottage a few weeks ago but she said the two storey ones looked very spacious. They are near the highway which is very busy (with some noise) during the day but quiet at night.

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2. Re: Baan Khao Laak, question about two storied cottage

thanks Arandora:-)

Unfortunetaly, I've just found out that they serve extremaly small breakfests and, from my point of view, this is huge disadvantage:-(

So, even if their two storied cottages are very spacious, I have to search for other places...

Best regards, Bartek

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3. Re: Baan Khao Laak, question about two storied cottage

Hi Bartek,

I have just checked with my friend (who is German) and two teenage sons were at BKL with her, all 3 "boys" being very well bulit with matching appetites, and this is what she said:

"My boys get really enough to eat at breakfast. There (at BKL) you get: Some sorts of bread and Brötchen (rolls), Muffins, Croissant, Toast. You can drink coffee, tea and water and juice.There is american breakfast, sausages, bacon and egg. There are 2 thai- meals every day. Butter, Marmelade, Honey and Eggs(omelette, fried eggs, scrambled egg, etc) Müesli, Cornflakes, Milk,and fruits (Papaya, Ananas, Pomelo, Bananas)

No cheese and no Salami, etc."

Seems like plenty to me!

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4. Re: Baan Khao Laak, question about two storied cottage

You're right. It sounds like "regular" breakfest. I found negative opinions about their breakfests on German website www.holidaycheck.de. Well, different people, different requirements. So, BKL welcome back on our list!

Thanks a lot, Bartek

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5. Re: Baan Khao Laak, question about two storied cottage

If you understand German, then have a look at this link

www.mykhaolak.de/forum/board.php?boardid=60

and join the Forum if you have more questions. I'm a non-German speaking intermediary! LOL

Alan

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