WanWisa Homestay

Hostel

Address

132 Mu. 10 Ban Hua Kwa Ampheu Nong Sang - Nongbualamphu Khon KaenSee nearby area

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Services & facilities

  • Guest services
    • 24 Hour Reception
    • 24 Hour Security
  • Transport/transfers
    • Airport Transfers
  • Parking
    • Bicycle Parking
    • Free Parking
    • Parking
  • Breakfast
    • Breakfast Included
  • Air Conditioning
    • Ceiling Fan
  • Recreation
    • Common Room
  • Housekeeping
    • Housekeeping
    • Laundry Facilities
    • Linen Included
    • Towels Included
    • Washing machine
  • Luggage storage
    • Luggage Storage
  • Restaurant/CafĂ©
    • Meals available
    • Restaurant
  • Outdoor space
    • Outdoor Terrace

Description provided by property

WanWisa Homestay is located in the centre of the Isan (Northeast Thailand), in Nongbualamphu province. The scenery is dominated by ricepaddys, forests and hills.

The small farmer communities and villages are rarely visited by foreigners and are great to experience Thai traditional life.

On many roads, wandering cattle outnumbers traffic. This makes the area relatively safe for cyclists.

The small town of Non Sang and the beautiful Ubulratana lake is just a few kilometers away.

From our place to the nearest community (Ban Hua Kwa) is just a two minute walk. A small forest temple is just a five minute stroll.

You will be accommodated in our newly built traditional Thai style home. We offer four beautiful but simple bedrooms to our guests.

The nice veranda on the second floor is at your disposal and offers great views on lushus gardens and fish ponds.

A homestay is not a hotel, this means you share some facilities (e.g. sanitairy fittings) with other guests.

Campers and backpackers are welcome to pick a spot in our gardens. Separate sanitairy fittings are available.

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