This boutique hotel was built by the owner a year ago on a piece of derelict land a couple of km from Chiang Mai centre. It has been built in the traditional local style, much of it from reclaimed wood. It is an oasis in a busy suburb and a great place to return to and relax in after a day of sightseeing. The 12 rooms are large and airy with large beds and plenty of space, and the baths have a jet/massage facility. They all overlook the swimming pool. All the staff are smiling and friendly and nothing seems to be too much trouble. It's worth eating at least one evening meal as it is very good, traditional and served next to the outdoor kitchen.
Definitely worth staying there and easy to reach the city by taxi (cheap fares).More