Best hotels and hostels in Ko Kut

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    Tinkerbell Resort

    Absolute beach frontage at the southern end of Khlong Chao makes this resort hard to ignore. Natural materials, such as bamboo privacy fences and thatched-roof villas, sew the resort seamlessly into the landscape. Terracotta-coloured bungalows open right onto the beach; the villas behind come with plunge pools. The bar is a great spot for a sundowner. Expect 40% discounts in low season.

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    Bann Makok

    This boutique ecoresort, tucked into the mangroves, uses recycled timbers painted in vintage colours to create a maze of eight rooms that resembles a traditional pier fishing village. Common decks and reading nooks provide peaceful spaces to listen to birdsong or get lost in a book.

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    Suan Maprao Ko Kut Resort

    You'll get a genuine welcome at this place with a garden setting just off the southern beach road. Excellent modern huts are simple and stylish, with timber cladding and smoothed concrete interiors. They sit a short walk back from the beach amid towering coconut palms. It's a lovely spot and is fronted by a decent restaurant. Check the Facebook page for info.

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    Neverland Beach Resort

    Disappear down a dirt road off the main southern island road and emerge at Ao Jak Nok, a lovely crescent of white sand dominated by Neverland. Basic but well-spaced cabins occupy a coconut-tree-shaded garden just back from the beach, some with riverside views, others closer to sea-facing. The restaurant and bar is popular with guests and day trippers.

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    Kohkood Ngamkho Resort

    One of the best budget-by-the-beach options. Compact, agreeably rustic huts perch on a forested hillside over a reasonable beach; the outlook through coconut palms to the water is very picturesque. The friendly Thai family rents kayaks, and there's a rustic beachfront restaurant where the coffee and beer is cheap and you keep your own tab.

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    Cozy House

    The go-to place for backpackers, family-run Cozy is a 10-minute walk from delightful Hat Khlong Chao. There are cheap and cheerful fan or air-con bungalows and hotel-quality rooms with TV, air-con and verandas facing the mangroves. The communal kitchen and deck overlooks the river, and free kayaks are available.

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    Dusita Resort

    Justifiably popular with families, whose children can run wild in the huge oceanfront garden, this is a beautifully kept affair with smooth lawns and fancy topiary. For everyone else, well-spaced-out, slightly dated but spacious timber bungalows provide a perfect retreat from the real world. Good online rates.

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    Mangrove Bungalow

    With a mangrove forest on one side and the beach a 10-minute walk away, this collection of wooden bungalows is immersed in nature. Khlong Chao waterfall is in easy striking distance by kayak or on foot. Rooms are clean and neat and there's a restaurant with balcony overlooking the river.

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    Happy Days

    Behind Paradise Divers, this simple nine-room guesthouse is a great budget option, with clean rooms on two floors. There's a cafe-bar, laundry service and discounted dive-stay packages.

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    Ta Yai Homestay

    A short stroll from the lovely Khlong Chao beach, this is one of a string of good budget bungalow places. Run by a helpful Thai family, it has spacious, attractive wooden cabins with firm mattresses and decent wi-fi. It backs onto mangroves; grab a kayak and explore.