Tr Guesthouse

27 / 5 Pravet Nakorn Rd., Sukhothai, 64000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 27 / 5 Pravet Nakorn Rd., Sukhothai.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsTr Guesthouse Sukhothai

    Reviewed by gunduana

    TR, basic but all you need

    Reviewed Dec 6, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

    Very basic and simple, but 4 Euros per night for a clean double room, free wifi and friendly staff just can't be beaten

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by alice-and-will

    Good & Cheap accomodation

    Reviewed Jul 29, 2013
    by (15 reviews) , France Flag of France

    We stayed at TR Guesthouse 2 night, it was quite cheap (300 Baths for a fan room). It is not a lovely guesthouse but there's nothing wrong to say about our stay here. The staff is friendly and the guesthouse quite clean.
    The only negative point was the breakfast, a bit too expensive for the quality provided.

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    Reviewed by robbie.2

    Room change after first night

    Reviewed Jun 21, 2013
    by (3 reviews) , Cambodia Flag of Cambodia

    The guesthouse is lovely and the owner knows he doesn't have to work very hard to sell the rooms even in low season. I was given a lovely room on the first night (walk in) and then when I decided to stay 2 more nights I was asked to move to a less attractive room (due to the A/C being faulty...worked fine for me...and a walk in couple were given the room that night...) on the side of the building that is next to the road and adjacent building site. When I asked to move to a quieter room, I was told it wasn't possible and I had already paid...So pay night per night...don't expect the friendly thai welcome you will receive in other guesthouses.

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    Reviewed by stephwhittock

    Brilliant guesthouse

    Reviewed Jun 3, 2012
    by (3 reviews) Bath , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Firstly, I had a free bus station pick up. The family were so kind and friendly. I had a 250 baht fan room and it was big, with a big bed. The room was cleaned every morning. Breakfast was really good, but not included.

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    Reviewed by keelaurow

    Great place

    Reviewed Feb 18, 2011
    by (8 reviews) San Diego , United States Flag of United States

    Best bed so far in SE Asia - great mattress. We really enjoyed the food atmosphere and cheap beer. The sink on the balcony is a bit odd but we kind of liked the novelty.

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    Reviewed by bgtraveluk

    TR Guesthouse - Great Place to stay

    Reviewed Jan 22, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Yeovil , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    The guesthouse was very welcoming, staff courteous and facilities great. We chose cheapest room with cold shower as we are on a budget but they have all kinds of rooms, some very lovely with TV and hot shower and still very reasonably priced. They also cater for families with rooms containing 4 beds. The restaurant does a good variety of food and the location is in a plesant spot near the main road but set back a street so there is no noise. There is free wi-fi in the restaurant and use of their computers for free. All in all a great spot to stay.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Tr Guesthouse Sukhothai

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Sukhothai


    A travel blog entry by rebeccaac on Feb 28, 2014

    1 comment

    It was with great reluctance that we left the lovely hotel in Bangkok for the world of cramped buses and shower-sharing hostels but thanks to various illnesses we needed to get back on the road. The concierge at the hotel had insisted that the buses to Sukhothai were frequent enough that we didn't need to book in advance but could just turn up at …

    World heritage site - Old Sukhothai

    A travel blog entry by gunduana on Dec 06, 2013

    1 comment, 38 photos

    This region is full of temple ruins and has not been named a world heritage site for nothing. We drove with a "bus" from the sleepy nest called New Sukhothai to these ruin sites and rented a bike for the day to roam the region. In New Sukhothai we stayed in a very simple backpackers. Anne Marie and I have now adjusted to much of the Thai style: …

    Ruines en films

    A travel blog entry by romyalejandro on Nov 06, 2013

    1 comment, 39 photos

    We stapten na een uurtje uit de bus in Sukhothai. Sukhothai bestaat tegenwoordig uit een nieuw en een oud deel. In het oude deel zijn de restanten te vinden van wat in de dertiende eeuw het eerste Thaise koninkrijk was. Hier is ook het onleesbare Thaise alfabet en de even onverstaanbare Thaise taal ontstaan. Een belangrijk stukje Thailand dus. Het …

    Lot of Ruins and a Bridge

    A travel blog entry by apandlc


    ... wouldn't know if we didn't try. Sukhothai's ruins are similar to Ayutthaya's. The difference being that the former is bigger, and the latter is more preserved; equally both as good. This time we were on bikes, and it took a lot of energy. The park is huge.

    That follows nicely to the heat. It's becoming a little irritating, but that's probably the only complaint we have.

    Next stop is Chiang Mai in the north, so we'll see you there.


    Day 255: happy and others too

    A travel blog entry by ursburs

    ... Ayutthaya. I had found a cheaper hotel as well and was walking on the road along the railway tracks on my way back to pick up my luggage, when I noticed that a car accellerated while I was crossing. I thought no wrong, there's always the one fun-loving fool, but when I entered a shop and the lady refused to sell me a bottle of drinking water, I found it strange and when an old man spat into my face, I knew, they didn't like me here. ...