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Koh Samui Homestays

Koh Samui Homestays

Koh Samui homestays offer travellers a taste of local hospitality. They are usually run by friendly locals who are more than happy to help with anything that you need.

Homestays are affordable, which make it a popular accommodation option for budget travellers. Here are the island’s most popular homestays.

Koh Samui Homestays, Cheap & Budget Holiday Accommodation, Thailand

Mama Guesthouse is a wonderful, cosy homestay with simple, but comfortable amenities. It’s located just a stone’s throw from the trendiest areas in Lamai as well as the beach, so everything you need is within your reach. The property’s amenities include Wi-Fi and bar; while all rooms have a flat-screen television, air-conditioning, desk, and your own bathroom.

The Bang Po Hut is renowned for its friendly staff, great prices, and a terrific location. There is a restaurant that services delicious Thai cooking, and all rooms also have a coffee and tea maker. One of the best features of Bang Po Hut is that guests are invited to enjoy the gorgeous natural scenery; some rooms have mountain views and a terrace from where you can take in the views. All rooms also have a kitchen, ideal for those who’d like to prepare their own meals.

The Manita Resort is a charming and stylish homestay. Located near the sea and Koh Samui’s top attractions, this property is designed with wood furnishings and tropical touches. All the rooms are incredibly cosy and well-maintained – it’s as if the resort is brand new. The amenities include gardens, hot showers, and air-conditioning. It’s also nearby many excellent local and international restaurants.

The Weekender Bungalow is highly recommended for visitors looking for a rustic, tropical feel. Located in Maret, this homestay is walking distance to the popular Night Market, as well as several beachfront bars and restaurants. You can choose from air-conditioned or fan rooms, depending on your budget. The Weekender Bungalow is close to the city centre, Grandfather and Grandmother stone, Chaweng viewpoint, and much more.

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