About this listing
Located in a quiet area in the vicinity of the Angkor National Museum. A ground floor bedroom with a king size bed, air conditioning, hot water, a mini-fridge, cable TV and wifi. In a gorgeous tropical garden that families will love!
A friendly stay with a Cambodian family. The bedroom is on the ground floor of a renovated villa built to Sangkum Reast Niyum (pre-war) standards. We're very proud of our huge garden. In the mango season, just stretch out your hand to eat to your heart's content!
The room has air conditioning, hot water, a fridge, cable television and wifi. Guests have access to our very big garden (with benches, deck chairs, tables, a swing etc) and can play with our small dogs (they're friendly).
Interaction with guests
Nida Villa is our home but you will have your private room and bathroom, and access to the living room and dining room. We're happy to help in every way we can. There's always somebody home.
It's a quiet neighborhood, yet it's close to the Grand Hotel and the Royal Garden. Businesses in the area close at night so we're rarely bothered by loud music. We get our groceries at the "iron bridge market", a short walk away.
A tuk-tuk ride costs about two dollars to the old market, but we can book you one for a day for about fifteen dollars.
Other things to note
We're located on a main thoroughfare but our house is located at the back of a large garden, which means we don't hear traffic at all.
Free pick up from the airport or the bus station. Daily room cleaning included. Breakfast available at extra $3 per person: tea, coffee, jam, butter, bread and omelet. Laundry service available at extra cost.
It's a quiet neighborhood and we often have families staying with us.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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Welcome to our home! My name is Thony. I live in Nida Villa with my family. We are from Siem Reap. I like French Cheese and wine, chocolates, an evening drink with friends and family around a good meal. We speak some English, a bit of French and my sister who stays with us also speaks Japanese. Together we try to make our guests feel comfortable so that when they come back from exploring Angkor they can relax and feel at home. We can help book tuk-tuks, shows, or tell you where to go (and not to go!).