As soon as we reached the town we headed for the beach where the cheap accommodation consisted of a few establishments built on stilts over the water. The room had a fan and toilet which emptied directly into the sea below us. The hotel, for want of a better word was fairly quiet but within walking distance of the park, the ferry to Koh Si Chang and the night market so that made up for the somewhat basic, old rooms, but for 200 baht a double who is complaining.
We stayed in an old barge that has been converted into a little personal hotel. There were two beds, bathroom, fridge, a/c, and a front and back porch/terrace. The back of the boat looked out over the ocean and the front is where we would have them bring our breakfast. The best restaurant on the island is part of this hotel area. The owner is the cook. She is wonderful. They also have small little row house type places to stay that are cheaper. I never did look inside one. It was 25$ a night.
Owners are Pan and David. They can get you anything and they do. They got us motorbikes to rent and delivered right to the resort. She even went to the market for a special trip because our friend was raving about her mango and sticky rice dessert. They took our friend to Bat Island on their boat and had a picnic too. We missed it by a day, darn.
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