Prasopsuk Resort

Spacious comfortable accommodation in Nong Prue Kanchanaburi.

 

We offer guests a contemporary village experience, an insight into everyday life in a typical rural farming community in Thailand.

 

Nong Prue Accommodation

At 795 baht per night our family room accommodates two guests in a queen sized bed.

The room is air conditioned with a hot shower and toilet en-suite.

A small bar fridge and bottled water is provided as well as complimentary coffee and tea.

 

Our beans are sourced locally from a farm at Khao Jod.  100% dark roasted, organically grown, single estate Arabica coffee. You are welcome to grind your own, and to try different varieties that are being grown in Lampang, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai from the north of Thailand. This is Thai coffee at its best, which we serve as a no name Camp Fire coffee.

No hype. Just grind, brew and choose.

 

 The two extra single beds are optional at 50 baht each per night. And if there is a third child we can always squeeze in another matrass, if needed

 

Family accommodation Nong Prue Kanchanaburi

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4 Replies to “Prasopsuk Resort”

  1. We want to visit the Tham Than Lot caves and are looking for suitable accommodation nearby. How far is the national park? Do you offer food?

    1. Have emailed you. We are, I think, the closest town to Tham Than Lot (20 min) where you can find accommodation. There are some very neat bungalows in the park. But not certain about catering arrangements, especially when it is quiet and at it’s best. We offer the regular local Thai dishes as well as a Western menu with some specialities like carrot cake, farm bread and locally grown Arabica coffee.

    1. If you are not comfortable driving in Bangkok I would suggest taking a bus to Kanchanaburi and hiring a car here. We can arrange for you if you like. Have sent some contacts and suggestions for an itinerary.

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