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Reviewed 4 February 2016

I moved to these huts after a night further down the road where they held yoga classes and got a better hut plus a scooter for the same price. The owner was really helpful in suggesting places to visit and dropped me off at the boat when i left.

I was the only non-climbing guest but managed to meet people around the large shared breakfast table.

The beach opposite is perfect for seeing sunrise but there are nicer beaches on the island for sunbathing.

Stayed: March 2015, travelled solo
1  Thank Lisa M
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Reviewed 23 December 2015 via mobile

Namtok Bungalows is a Koh Yao Noi staple especially for climbers. Looking to put a boatful of climbers together? Start here. Need climbing beta or a climbing partner? Check in the morning or early evening & you will almost certainly find someone eager to join you or willing to let you join. A short walk from the pier you get dropped off at when your longtail started @ Thalane pier outside Ao Nang. By far the best reason to stay here is Denny. He will connect you with friends, tours, scooters, bikes, (stable of scooters on site) the inside line on best priced beer store on the island, climbers to connect with on the island & mainland, longtail boat ferry, food, jobs . . . Whatever. If you have a question or specific need Denny can answer it or hook you up. The bungalows are fine especially for the budget minded who don't mind being close to nature. All but the very lowest priced Accomodations include mosquito nets and fans. Use both! You can pay extra for Aircon in some units. No food served on premises but it's a short walk or scooter ride to plenty of options. Try the newly opened (December 2015) Art & Eat right across the street. Owner, Noi, is an exquisite artist, chef and musician. Great Thai food, like Noi grew up with. Awesome jam nights when Noi puts the wok away & breaks out the harmonica, bongos & guitar and warms up his vocal chords for some lovely Thai songs.

Stayed: December 2015, travelled solo
1  Thank LeeH817
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Reviewed 22 August 2015 via mobile

I love this place. People are super nice. I'm here in August and the rate is 300 per night. There's free drinking water and free flow of coffee and hot water for your convenience. There's cricket sound day and night and it's just the perfect kind of sound for me. I love the semi-alfresco shower and overall jungle feel where u get frogs, and all sorts of roommates in your room.

Stayed: August 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 26 December 2014

It is impossible to get the small huts more simple and the mattress worse than at Namtok. Which would be great if you pay 250 Baht. But in my opinion with 550 Baht per night this place is completly overpriced.

  • Stayed: December 2014, travelled with family
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4  Thank Sternwanderer1
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Reviewed 24 March 2014

They were pretty nice, and very relaxed.
We stayed in a cheep room for 550 B For anywhere else in the country, such a shoddy room would be out of the question for that price.
The building is essentially a reed hut. The first one were in didnt even have a lock on the door. The second one only had an exterior lock.
That being said, given the location it was OK. Mosquito net, running water, not too many bugs, a fan and electricity.
Yao Noi is great, the people are kind and slow.

Tamtak is near a nice small town. If you want to be closer to more people and places, look towards Long beach instead.

Scooter driving is manageable on Yao Noi, even if it isn't advisable in the rest of the country

The social area is nice, the manger is nice.
Scooter rentals 300B for Automatic, less for a Manual.

Many climbers were staying there and driving or taking boats to climb every day.

The little food shack down the road, on your left heading into the little town, makes the best pad Thai in the country.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank TheRespectableOne
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