No. 4 Guesthouse

Address: 140/4 Soi Maerampan Jarodwitheethong Rd, Sukhothai, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 140/4 Soi Maerampan Jarodwitheethong Rd, Sukhothai.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNo. 4 Guesthouse Sukhothai

Reviewed by grant_holloway

Like Being at Home

Reviewed Apr 3, 2011
by (1 review) Seattle, Washington, United States , United States Flag of United States

Some might find bungalows with walls made of nothing more than . . . (woven palm fronds?) a bit too rustic, but given a chance this place will charm you. A wooden walkway threads between the bungalows that are set in the midst of a garden. It's a bit out of the way, but if your looking for a refuge from the roar of motorbikes and thump of house music, you'll love the peace and quite here.

What really shines at No. 4, however, is the staff. They're really laid back and friendly. We played cards both nights of my stay, and they zipped to the store for me twice when I realized I'd left supplies behind in Bangkok.

The cherry ontop the icing came after I'd left No. 4 Guest House: I realized that I'd left my jounal after my bus was half way to Chaing Mai. I phoned them and they put my jounal on a bus the next morning. That's service!

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Reviewed by v.v.purto

Quite Place

Reviewed Mar 11, 2011
by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

It is quite place to stay off the busy streets. Little to see around but it rents out bikes and motorbikes, transport to Park, the main reason to visit Sukhothai, and it has pool for adults and for kids as well. Ideal for family traveling.

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TripAdvisor Reviews No. 4 Guesthouse Sukhothai

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Sukhothai


A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Mar 05, 2015

15 photos

It wasn't ideal trip, but today we had to get a 3 hour minibus from Pai back to Chiang Mai and then a 5 1/2 hour bus to Sukhothai. We arrived at Sukhothai bus station early evening, drained. Like all bus stations we go to it was out of town. We got bartering with the tuk tuk driver who appeared to be at the front of the tuk tuk queue. She was offering a massively overpriced fare and wouldn't budge ...

Sukhothai Day 2

A travel blog entry by logiburtn on Feb 17, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

... tourists. We got to one and the very helpful guard got on his Walkie talkie, to I assume, the command post and told us not to worry and to relax in his hammock. Half an hour later our host at the guest house turns up in her pickup with another bike! She was very impressed we had cycled out so far. Even she had not been up there yet. We proceeded to change the bikes and she went off back to Sukhothai leaving ...

Three days in Sukhothai

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jan 01, 2015

3 comments, 17 photos

... someone's wedding as people were putting finishing touches to the displays. We had a quick look around, it fearing that we may have been gatecrashing we walked back across the bridge as some monks, dressed in the traditional orange wrap, were pulling a cart of supplies back to the island. Kirsty later discovered that in the temple there is supposed to be a footprint of the Buddha.

Back in New Sukhothai and we decided to have dinner in town this evening. Many ...

Blue Hawai in Sukhothai

A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Nov 12, 2014

24 photos

... path. In the heat! After already cycling for 2 hours. I met some other tourist that looked as tired as I felt - and they said the view is worth the climb. They are better right, or else... I arrived on the top, and was greeted by another large Buddha statue (clearly smaller as the one I saw earlier, and the view from the top was nice. So time for a little break, sitting down and enjoying the scenery. And rest my legs. The problem of climbing a mound is, that you have walk it ...

309 Steps, A Monk and A Motor bike

A travel blog entry by vincentteschel on Nov 06, 2014

55 photos

... the ancient ritual of pain respect to the water spirits. Like all things these days it has become a huge event, celebrated all over the country and floating paper lights fly everywhere lighting up the night sky. Except in Bangkok because flight regulations do not allow it.

We took our nice Tuk-Tuk the next morning to the bus station to buy our tickets for later then he also took us the 20 minutes to Old Sukhothai so we could see the ancient city and the festival. He ...

Traveler Photos No. 4 Guesthouse Sukhothai

No.4 Guesthouse Bathroom
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No.4 Guesthouse Bungalow
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No.4 Guesthouse Room
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Sunset on no.4, where we stayed
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