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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Koh Mook Charlie Beach Resort
A nature retreat in Ban Ko Muk, Koh Mook Charlie Beach Resort has an outdoor pool and a seafood restaurant. At the resort, guests can go squid fishing, crab netting and kayaking to the Emerald Caves...
Koh Mook Sivalai Beach Resort
Koh Mook Sivalai beach resort is situated on Koh Mook Island and has direct access to Hao-Laem Beach. It offers an outdoor pool with sea views, Thai-style villas and a restaurant. Each villa at Koh Mook Sivalai Beach Resort has air conditioning...
Pawapi Resort Koh Mook
Located on Koh Mook Island, Pawapi Resort boasts Thai-style beachfront bungalows with a large 4-metre balcony. This property has a restaurant and offers free Wi-Fi in public areas and free parking...
Koh Mook Resort
Located next to the beach, Koh Mook Resort overlooks the Andaman Sea. The resort is a 30-minute boat ride from the main land pier and has a beach front restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms...
Charlie Beach Resort
Bungalow options range from basic beach shacks to three-star, air-con cottages at this sprawling resort, which dominates the beach and is laced with sandy footpaths...
A short walk inland, these tiled air-con rooms are set in wood-panelled duplexes. The fan rooms are tiny whitewashed plywood constructs with tin roofs. Nothing special, but well priced.
Koh Muk Nature Resort
Plain little blue and white concrete bungalows are fronted by two orderly lines of coconut palms just metres away from a gorgeous beach. The resort grows its own organic herbs and vegies, recycles and offers self-guided island bike tours.
Ko Mook Garden Resort
Wooden rooms are large while bamboo bungalows are small and basic. Staying here means you’re in with a local family who take guests snorkelling, rent bikes (100B), and give out detailed maps of all the island’s secret spots.
Ko Mook Resort
These comfortable huts are excellent value and lie concealed in a thick garden covered with wild-looking ferns. The design here is unadorned and the tropical isolation is perfect for those searching for a romantic getaway...
These aren’t bungalows, they’re ‘tent-alows’! The Australian owner Brian claims to sell the coldest beer in Thailand and checks his stock regularly to ensure that he stays true to his claim...
The upscale bamboo bungalows here are perched on stilts about 1.5m off the ground so that breezes ventilate the room; the 180-degree view of islands and turquoise sea is insane...
Rubber Tree Bungalow
Inland from the beach, there are cute, peach-tinted air-con cottages; cheaper bamboo bungalows and a large restaurant are high up among the rubber trees.
Unremarkable, somewhat scruffy wooden bungalows with terraces right on the quiet, shady north end of Hat Farang. You’re paying for the location – which is beautiful.
Straddling an arrow-shaped peninsula of white sand and surrounded by views of karst islands and the mainland, this location is sublime. Elegant thatched-roof cottages are almost encircled with glass doors, to maximise that view...