A budget accommodation that is so worth it. First, it is quite a pretty family-run place. The staff, which seem to be an ethnic-minority family of a man, a woman and a teenage boy (from what I can see), are very welcoming, friendly and helpful without being intrusive. The room is well-equiped and beautiful for that price level. Set breakfast is very filling and tasty, consisting of a plate of 2 fried eggs with toppings of pork, a bowl of rice porridge with fish AND pork (this is highly unusual - it is always either pork or fish, or something else), a small bowl of coconut-based Thai dessert, and slices of watermelon. There is also filtered, albeit very light, coffee. And unlimited bread slices with jam for those still hungry. Location is right up to the border area - pity it is now all quiet due to the closure of international borders.