With 20 well-equipped rooms, this place is a smart base for those who have aged out of the hostel life but don’t want to spend 10,000 baht a night for a place to sleep. It is set in the most charming part of town, and while rooms don’t share that charm they’re solidly comfortable with good quality beds, cable TV, a desk, central air-conditioning, rain showerheads, and a balcony. There’s even a small pool. There’s no restaurant, but plenty of eateries nearby and the staff are very helpful.