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Reviewed 24 November 2013

we stayed in their lovely 3 person family room and the owners were very friendly we could have stayed for weeks! such a great place and nice people! right next to the river make sure you feed the fish they provide feed bags for only 10baht and its an experience feeding them, great value, great family atmosphere and nice and quiet, highly recommended!

Date of stay: November 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank martin E
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Reviewed 28 September 2013

We actually booked our stay at Banbua House 1, but it was floated because of the rain season. They placed us at Banbua House 2 (which was actually also partly floated) and it was excellent. Only the location of the hotel (next to the U-tong road) was not that good. The room was clean (enough) and the airco was very quiet. The family is very warm and nice. They even brought us food because of the heavy rain one night. If youre in need for a cheap, quiet and friendly guesthouse, this is the place. And during non-rain season the view should be great. And don't hire the bicycle because the quality isn't that good. Hire them in town.

Date of stay: September 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Frank B
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Reviewed 27 October 2012 via mobile

Stayed here for 2 nights. Didn't have much time on 1st night due to the arrival time of the train but managed to explore the park opposite with its temples.

The next morning we walked to the elephant palace (20 mins). Saw the elephants, walked around the market then the palace & some temples before curving round back to the home.

Although not a lot of choice for restaurants nearby "Everlasting love" about 6 doors down on the right had grey food, friendly staff & quirky superhero decor.

Enjoyed our stay here!
Rooms were clean & simple, air com, tv, small ensuite but very spacious! Best nights sleep for a while was had here!!

Date of stay: October 2012
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2  Thank Kate G
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Reviewed 12 December 2011

The location of Banbua House 2 is to the south of the city. If you want nightlife then this place is not your place - neither is Ayutthaya really! Our tuk tuk driver had difficulty finding this place from the train station, which never helps when arriving in a new place. The location is quiet, just off the main road and is in walking distance of all the temples. You can walk to the town if you don't mind walking for about an hour on dusty roads. The guest house does hire out bikes, this is a great option. There is a restaurant a few doors down with one English menu. We ate here once and found the staff to be accommodating despite the language barrier and the food was good. It is right on the river so there are some great views and photo opportunities.

Our room was ok at Banbua House. Renovations were taking place while we were there so the standard should be better in the future. Our room felt like it had been tacked onto the side of an existing room. Part of the wall was made with planks of wood... It was clean and homely with a tv (only local channels), a sofa and a small en-suite. Tea and coffee were included if you could find a cup and/or a tea bag. No breakfast was on offer here which was disappointing to the lack of eateries nearby.

The staff here are really friendly and will do what they can to assist and make you feel welcome. One lady even told a tuk-tuk driver off for picking us up late to go to the train station!

Date of stay: December 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Mlinaqetu
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Reviewed 21 May 2010

I have nothing but good things to say about this place! It is not a party place, but a smaller, quiet, homestay-style accomodation choice. Great place for a solo traveler or a family. The family who runs it was incredibly hospitable. Several of them speak English and all went out of their way to make sure I was comfortable. They answered any random questions I had. The room was basic but air-conditioned, clean and spacious, with TV and free water. There is also free coffee, a common fridge and internet downstairs.

There is a historical park with ancient ruins right across the road. And on the other side, an amazing view of Ayuttaya's famous ruins just across the river. It backs out onto the river and there is a terrace where you can relax and watch the boats go by. Quite romantic at night.

Location-wise, the guesthouse is somewhat out of the way, not in a tourist area. But that was no problem, since most travelers take tuk-tuks everywhere.

Just be sure to bring your own snacks, as there are no eateries nearby.

Would definitely come back!

Date of stay: December 2009
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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8  Thank sunseek85
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