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We offer studio room include kitchen.

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We welcome traveler to stay. And will support information. For sightseeing In ayuthaya

We got perfect Forrest view. Very natural view can see the shrinking temple.

Welcome to get experience stay in local ayuthaya thaihouse


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No pet allow.


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Bangkok, Tailandia · Membro dal Ottobre 2012
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WELCOME! to House in Ayutthaya
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in Thailand. Located in the heart of a World Heritage city, near great restaurants, bars, cafés, coffee shops, food markets and night life.and train station


The ancient city of Ayutthaya was the Thai capital city for 417 years ago, and is one of Thailand's major tourist attractions.

Ayutthaya province is relatively small at 2,557 sq.km and is easily accessible due to good roads, rail and river connections and its proximity to Bangkok. On the Chao Praya River,, the nation's principal waterway, the province is extremely important, as it was the Siamese capital for four centuries.

The city of Ayutthaya is 76km north of Bangkok and boasts numerous magnificent ruins from its days as the capital.

Many ancient ruins and art works can be seen in a city that was founded in 1350 by King U-Thong when the Thais were forced southwards by northern neighbours. In recognition of its historical and cultural importance, Ayutthaya historical park, the location of the ruins adjacent to today's city, was declared a UNESCO's World Heritage site in 1991.
We are next to the big Temple Wat Maha That.

TRANSPORT
By Rail -
Trains leave from Bangkok's Hua Lamphong Railway Station. Call (phone number hidden) or Hotline 1690 for more information.

By Bus -
From Bangkok Bus Terminal on Kamphaeng Phet II Road (Tel. (phone number hidden)), air-conditioned bus leaves for Ayutthaya every half-hour from 5:30a to 7:20pm. Non-air-conditioned buses leave for Bang Pa-in, Bang Sai and Ayutthaya many times daily from 5:30am to 7:20pm.

By Car -
Take Highway 1 (Phahonyothin Road), then take Highway 32 to Ayutthaya.

RESTAURANTS
There are numerous Thai restaurants within a two-block radius from our Guest House.

STORES, COFFEE SHOPS and more...
There is a 24-hour 7-ELEVEN Store within 2 blocks from the Guest House. There are sidewalk Markets and Grocery stores for food, gift and souvenir shopping.

THE BUILDING
The Guest House is a modern Thai wooden House in traditional Thai style, with modern amenities, air-conditioning, free wi-fi. Includes, coffee.

THE ROOMS
TV is provided in each room, with some rooms having en-suite bathrooms. Clean sheets and towels are provided everyday, as well as, soap.

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WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR VISIT!