No. 4 Guesthouse

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

7 hour journey and the meeting of the Thai Jay-Z

A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger on May 09, 2014

3 photos

... way. We enjoyed his company and the knowledge he was giving us about his heritage and culture. He did in fact help us and we got on a nice Air conditioned coach for the remainder of the journey. We arrived in late after the help from the Thai Jay-Z and had a quick bite to eat in very remote area of Thailand. We are getting many looks as we wondered to get some food in Suckothai as we were quite clearly out of towners, but that may be because of the pink shorts I was ...

Riding bicycles at Sukhothai Historical Park

A travel blog entry by smeelog on Dec 01, 2013

7 photos

... the back rack where they've added a second seat. The massive group of school children, who descended on the park moments after our arrival, had no trouble riding two (or even three) to a bicycle -- often with the passenger shading both with an umbrella. Thankfully, despite the obvious popularity of the park, it's quite expansive, so quite easy to find some ...

Thailand - Tourist Do's and Taboo's

A travel blog entry by nsevers on Nov 01, 2013

20 photos

... but not for people.

8. “Please do not crook your finger, clap, snap yor fingers. hiss or whistle to attract attention of waiters or other people.” The acceptable gesture in Thailand is to extend one arm in front of you with your palm down; beckon with your fingers pointing down.

9. Always remove your shoes when entering a Temple or private home.

10. When visiting Temples, please dress respectfully. No shorts, sleeveless ...

New Sukhothai

A travel blog entry by salsalman on Oct 23, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

... that would rival the skills of the much talked about Ping-Pong show lady that the group met on their second night in Bangkok.

We stumble across an authentic, old school Thai restaurant in the middle of the city and for the second night in a row, we go adventurous...

Dishes come out at the usual staggered pace that is such a a feature of quiality Thai dining,
We did this time, however, find ourselves being treated to a plethora of dishes ...

A Wonderful Weekend Where Everything Went Wrong

A travel blog entry by ems-life-abroad on Oct 06, 2013

... It was a really fun trip, but unfortunately it was a trip where more things went wrong than right. We bought bus tickets downtown for a bus that was scheduled to leave at 7. We went across the street to grab a quick dinner, and we called our guesthouse we had reserved several weeks ago, reminding them that we would be arriving late (which has not been a problem in the past trip that we took) and he told us that we needed to find somewhere else to stay. Fortunately, we had ...

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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