The house is located in Summakorn village, one of
Bangkok's oldest residential compounds half way
between the international Airport and downtown
The house is a real oasis located in a lush little garden with mango and banana trees, facing a little lake. Enjoy a fresh breeze on the terrace while listening to the sounds of the crickets and the birds.
You can rent the whole house or just one of the three rooms.
In addition you can use all the amenities of the rest of the house like:
Shared office room, equipped with an office desk,
printer, scanner, WLAN and lots of bookshelf storage.
Shared western style kitchen. Equipped with everything
you need, from pans and pots to dishes, wine-glasses,
cutlery, some basic spices, refrigerator, rice-cooker,
Nespresso-coffee machine, water-cooler, toaster, gas-
stove, electric oven, hot and cold water tap and much
Dining room with a dining table, sofa and lounge area,
access to shared terrace.
Feel at home and enjoy everything the place has to offer:
Be it a barbecue in the tropical garden, fresh mangos or bananas from the trees (according to the season) or just enjoy listening to the sound of the crickets or the birds singing in the trees.
Make use of the fully equipped western kitchen, the high speed internet or the cozy lounge- and dining area.
Interaction with guests
We will meet you upon arrival and explain you the whole house.
Other things to note
For Families, there is a baby cot, a high chair available as well as many kids toys.
If you like your clothes being washed and the house being cleaned regularly on a long term stay, we can arrange for a cleaner to come. (Rates depending on work load)
Washing machine is available.
Sound system accessible through Bluetooth.
Dishes, cutleries, glasses for up to 12people.
Please don't smoke inside the house.
Please keep your voices down after 10pm in the garden.
I was born in Switzerland and thanks to my job as a journalist, traveling has fortunately become part of my job.
I am currently based in China, together with my family. We used to live in Bangkok before this is why Asia has long become our second home.