บ้านไม้ดัดแปลง วัสดุส่วนใหญ่ทำด้วยไม้จากบ้านหลังเดิม เตียงนอนอุปกรณ์ส่วนใหญ่เป็นไม้ ตามวิถีดั้งเดิมของคนไทยภาคกลาง ห้องพักมีไม่มาก เน้นระเบียงพักผ่อน ที่พักตั้งอยู่ไม่ใกลจากถนนสายหลัก สถานีรถไฟ สถานีขนส่งและท่ารถตู้ ใกล้สวนประวัติศาสตร์ ตลาดกลางคืน มีบริการ ชา กาแฟ ฟรีไม่รวมกับค่าห้องพัก
“Although there is no private bathroom, I really like walking on the floor of pure wooden building. The slight creak sound makes me feel happy when I go to and from the public bathroom and the room again and again. I like the hammocks and beds on the second floor of the oversized living room. The bathrooms and rooms are unexpectedly clean. A part-time hostel with a separate room is too suitable for family and children. The location is also very convenient. The boss himself is a Thai beauty. English communication is barrier-free. Recommended!”
“On the first floor is the coffee shop opened by the landlord. The mezzanine on the first and second floors is a common rest area. The rooms are on the second and third floors. There are three types of rooms, single rooms with windows and single rooms without windows, and rooms with four rooms. The room is small and suitable for poor travel. There is a night market on two corners, some local night and night stalls, personal feeling is better than the weekend night market. The weekend night market is a little bigger, from 5 pm to 10 pm, but it is closed at around 9:00, and there are not many people. There is a 7-11, 7-11 noodle street nearby is the minibus station. The nanny bus with CMB and Toyota sea lions returns to Bangkok, and the price is very cheap. In the big city to play, it is recommended to pack a sudden, 200 baht an hour, one day can basically turn most of the attractions.”
The homestay offers modern conveniences and facilities as well as close proximity to many sights. Nearby are Ban Rai Kafae Museum and coffee shop, Wat U-Tapao temple, Wat Nong Sida (home to flying foxes), fruit trees, and a fishing pond. Learn how to cook any fish they catch in the traditional way, how to prepare khao maak sticky rice dessert, and various herbal drinks. Guests can also pick and eat fresh fruit from the orchard - all while being carefully guided and taught by the host.