The friendly owners here have rescued an old wooden house and created one of Isan's most charming places to stay. It's quite simple (shared bathrooms, mattresses on the floor and air-con in only one room) but the atmosphere makes it special. Guests can use the kitchen or, if arranged in advance, join the family for dinner. There are also free bikes to use.
It's on a mostly quiet side street south of săh·lah glahng (provincial hall). Check-out times are flexible and you should book in advance. Bring your own towel.