About this listing
Sunset Valley Holiday Houses consists of a collection of six authentic Malay houses, all found on Langkawi island, and reconstructed onsite with modern kitchens and bathrooms in a beautiful tropical landscaped property.
Our 'Paddy House' is a fabulous, very old, authentic kampung house, reputed to be well over one hundred and eighty years old. You can see that the main posts and beams have been hand-adzed with beautiful carpentry and joinery. The 'Paddy House' is the perfect honeymoon cottage and is very cosy and charming.
This charming Malay house includes all of the western luxuries, a lounge / double or 2 single beds / kitchenette. There is a shower, hand-basin and toilet with toilet shower. From the beautiful veranda with an outside lounge our guests can enjoy the magnificent view over the paddy fields and the mountains beyond.
The Paddy house too is fully equipped with a small refrigerator, cutlery, crockery, bath and beach towels and linen. The beautiful high ceilings provide wonderful traditional ventilation and there is also an internal and an external ceiling fan. Air-conditioning, although rarely required, is available as an optional extra.
The property has a swimming pool and a pavilion perfect for a BBQ or a drink to enjoy the magnificent sunsets.
Free Wireless Internet is availble throughout the property.
Breakfast at 09:30 for RM 19.50 per person
Cleaning Service on request: RM 50.00
Air conditioning: RM 25 per day
Car, motorbike and bicycle rental can be easily arranged.
We can also arrange many activities for you. Let us know your preferences and we will find the perfect outing to fulfill your dreams. Many of these activities include free pick-up and drop-off at Sunset Valley for your ultimate enjoyment.
Sunset Valley is only fifteen minutes from the ferry terminal or Langkawi International Airport, twenty minutes from many gorgeous beaches and ten minutes from Kuah town where you can find restaurants, shops, night markets, post office, Tourist Information Centre and much more.
Really enjoyed our week at Sunset Valley. Great views over the paddy fields to the west with magnificent sunsets. Stayed in the Paddy House which was very comfortable and filled with old world charm. Great pool area and a good outdoor kitchen and relaxing area.Very nice garden area. Good for birdwatching and a good location for exploring the nearby mountain.
Saw a hornbill checking out the papaya tree while eating breakfast !
Situation exceptionnelle propriété féerique Bungalow très kitsch piscine et vue fantastique
Endroit à conseiller sans réserve
Un seul petit bémol
Le petit déjeuner qui pourrait être amélioré!
Endroit a conseillé, si nous revenons en Malaisie nous y retournerons.
Petit clin d'œil à la masseuse qui est exceptionnelle et très très gentil
I super love the kampung house with a modern interior . I stayed at the paddy house, it has a good ventilation but sometimes u do need to switch on the airconditioner. The basic necessary facilities are well provided. Gudrun has been a great host. She was very helpful and make me feels like home. My kid enjoy the pool, the surroundings are very green and peaceful. In the morning, u can hear the birds chirpping while in the evening, the sunset scenary over looking the paddy field is magnificent.
OMG! Those were the first three words, when me and my family stepped in this lovely closed complex on Langkawi. Really, it was like taken from a magazine and placed in the middle of that wonderful island. Living along with the wild animals in houses that are so authentic and well kept. One of the best choices we have made during our trips. The hosts are very friendly and basically met all our expectations and wishes with a smile:)
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About the Host, Gudrun & David
Gudrun is from Germany and her interests are the inspirational side of her business interests, meeting inspiring people, traveling, boating and staying fit and healthy. She is passionate about promoting an environmentally sustainable lifestyle as the 'norm'. Gudrun and David, her Australian husband, moved to Malaysia in 2008 under the 'Malaysia My Second Home' program and bought Sunset Valley in December 2012.