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Pukha Nanfa Hotel
Ranked #2 of 81 Nan B&B and Inns
Reviewed 19 July 2014

This is the best hotel in Nan ! Free WIFI, Big rooms, Clean big restroom and friendly, helpful staff. If you are finding a good quality place to stay in Nan, Phukha Nanfa Hotel is the place for you. By the way, Phukha Nanfa Hotel is located near a bank and stores. Best location.

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
Thank Jaan V
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Reviewed 25 May 2014

We returned to this hotel after 15 years and were blown away. It has been lovingly restored and upgraded. We absolutely loved it. It is still a very atmospheric place and is really comfortable, well appointed and friendly staff. We had a great time.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Eveline W
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Reviewed 22 April 2014

Stay for 2 nights during group holiday.

Pukha Nanfa is one of the best boutique hotel in Thailand. It was built entirely by Real Teak Wood about 80 years ago, and the new owner, who is one of the most influent people in Thailand's banking industry, bought this lovely place and renovate couple of years ago. Therefore, the facilities are relatively new and modern, but still keep the charming of old style boutique atmosphere.

The location is right in the center of small Nan town. It has only 14 rooms in 3 floors with no elevators. Bed and bath are clean and comfortable, but the room size is quite tiny. Breakfast and service are in good standard which you can expect in Thailand. Minibar and wifi are complimentary.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank Kengkla
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Reviewed 27 February 2014

This is my second stay in this Hotel. This is a boutique hotel in Nan with a charming
decoration and it is a teak wood hotel. Room is well-decorated with Lanna Style and
well equipped with necessary facilities.
Location of Hotel is in the centre of town and staff is friendly. Breakfast is nice with a proper
choices of food.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Arambros
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Reviewed 24 January 2014

The Pukha Nanfa has a great location right in the centre of town. Built entirely of teak the bedrooms and public spaces reflect an earlier era whilst providing all modern amenities. There are only 14 bedrooms so you can get a personal touch too. Free bikes were available to guests which we used on two occasions to explore the town and surroundings. Our only reservation was the noise at night. Our bedroom (number 5 on the first floor) was situated next to some kind of machinery which swung into motion at 4am every morning and woke us up every time. Best to avoid this room if possible. Other than that its a delightful place to stay

Room Tip: Avoid bedroom 5 for the noise
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  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank AveyronNomad
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Reviewed 3 November 2013

Beautiful teak wood everywhere, both the interior and exterior. 3 floors (no lifts) and at the centre of each floor is the common area where coffee and tea is provided on a complementary basis.

Rooms: we stayed in a "deluxe" room, no. 8, and it was comfortable with a small bathroom but well equipped. Soft drinks and bottle waters provided (free) in the mini bar and our beds were a bit small but OK. Some street noise during the day but Nan is a quite town at night.

Breakfast: the included breakfast was quite nice with a lot of offerings.

Location: in the business area of Nan but only a block away from the "walking" street, or night shopping. There's a local market right across the street and each morning you can give alms to the monks right outside the hotel.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Pooky_TH
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Reviewed 24 October 2013

My wife, my 15- year- old son and I stayed two nights at Pukha Nanfa Hotel ( 21-23 Oct 2013) This is our first visit to Nan Province. We chose this hotel because we knew from a magazine that this 80- year- old hotel was sold to a Thai bank tycoon some three years ago and has been renovated and decorated to a mixture of old and modern styles.
The hotel locates in the middle of the town, just a stone throw to the market. It is three stores teak building. There are 7 guest rooms on the second floor and another 7 guest rooms on the third floor. Each floor has common area where you can take a seat,chat or sip a cup of coffee or tea. ( free, self service) There are also verandas at street side where you can watch the market activities on early morning and dawn.
The outlooking of the building is plain,but the interior design is excellent. The atmosphere of old hotel remains well preserved, and blended with modern design.
The receptionists were expecting us when we arrived. The registration was fast and simple. We got our welcome drinks ( herb) then browsed around. The hotel is small,but every corner has something that piqué our interest. The library inside contains a lot of Thai contemporary novels. What amaze me more are the hand writings of four reputable Thai writers who wrote some praising notes or poems to the hotel. Besides, the hotel owner turns himself to be a novel writer. You can find his book in every guest room, and on the book shelve at the entrance.
Since there is no elevator, we have to walk upstairs. My room is no 1, it's de luxe. My son's room is no2. , just opposite. De luxe contains a sitting room, so it's more spacey. Anyway, I can say that even standard room is big enough for every big guy. The interior decoration is superb. Beddings are clean and cosy. TV, refrigerator,telephone,safe, free WiFi and air condition are all complete.
During my stay, the WiFi didn't work well. But the prompt response and the attempt to fix the problem of the hotel management made me feel impressive.
I slept well at night and woke up early in the morning. I saw a lot of monks walk to the market. I went across the street,bought things from a vendor, presented alms to the monks and walked back to the hotel with truly happiness. All thing 's done in tens minutes.
Thanks for the perfect location of the hotel.
The breakfast comprises a few things. But no one complained. All menu are delicious. I took ham,sausage,fried eggs, a bowel of rice congee,dumplings,a cup of congee,a glass of orange juice and some fruits. Even I'd like to taste some more things, my stomach denied.
I asked the hotel for a van to take us around. We were lucky to have Mr. June our driver, who later proved not only to be a very good driver,but also an excellent tour leader.
It's a shame that our tour schedule was full packed. We had no enough time to ride the bicycles the hotel prepared for us. We saw many tourists ride in bicycle lane around the town. We saw city tram pass by. On the day we left, we knew for certain that we will come back soon.
Lastly, we thank for the token (a CD cultural Thai song) the hotel management gave us before we left.

Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
2  Thank borvornchai
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Address: 369 Sumondevarj | Tumbol Nai Wiang, Ampher Muang, Nan 5500, Thailand
Region: Thailand > Nan Province > Nan
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Restaurant Shuttle Bus service
Hotel Style:
Ranked #2 of 81 B&Bs / Inns in Nan
Price Range: £54 - £87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Pukha Nanfa Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 14
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