We left the hotel that our tour group booked for us (it was a nightmare) and found this incredible piece of heaven. It was just a 3 min walk away from the others & the entrance to the Sukhothai Historical Park. There are lots of shops, restaurants & bike rentals just a very short walk away. It is on a side road. Which made it nice and quiet.
Thank gosh they had one room left for the two nights we were there. The owner was the sweetest person I had ever met. So helpful, accommodating, friendly and spoke excellent english. She even let us tour the room before choosing to stay. I was very nervous after the hotel we just came from.
We stayed in the 1st room (I believe there was 3 rooms). It was so clean, welcoming and well laid out. We had a nice big comfortable king bed. There was even something on the door that didn't allow it to have a gap. The sheets felt like Egyptian cotton. You didn't hear any noise. There was a lovely painting on the wall and towel folded into animals and flowers. The Bathroom was very clean, it didn't take must to get hot water. She had all the important things. Shampoo, body wash, hand soap, nice fluffy towels, shower cap & a blow dryer. There was a good size fridge with water that was stocked each day. The wifi worked perfectly. TV & AC worked great. Each room had 2 chairs and a table out side the door. There was morning breakfast and fresh fruit, coffee & tea from 7am-10am.
The lobby and grounds are well maintained. You can tell they take pride In this guesthouse. You could get a Thai or oil massage, or foot massage on site. She was more than happy to order you a tuk tuk or arrange a tour for you or anything else she could help with.
There is no pool here but there are a few in town you can pay a small fee to go to.
I believe we paid $25CAD a night and it was worth every penny! I wouldn't stay anywhere else in Sukhothai. I was sad to leave this wonderful place.