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TravelPod Member ReviewsTadkham Village Chiang Mai
I'd highly recommend Tadkham village. It's very beautiful, the breakfast is great and the staff are very welcoming. The only criticism i have is that we were woken up every morning, very early by a neighboring cockerel. It was a real shame because it's not the hotel's fault, but it was the only thing wrong with the place. My advance would be to take some ear plugs.
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