I moved here from Monkey Island. For an extra 500BHT I got a much better standard of room, service, location. So here for three nights and really liked it. It's at the very end of the northern beach so not right on it, but only a walk away. They have their own pier stretching out 100m into the sea which is the best seat in the house. The sea breeze keeps you cool and the sunset from here is gorgeous.
Room was good size, separate bathroom and toilet - although slightly open air a mozzie coil seemed to keep them away.
I must must must warm you of the sandflies though. They are a real pain and left me totally covered in bites. Even with inspect spray!
Free wifi and really friendly staff make this a lovely place to stay.
The nearby Koh Mak resort has a lovely cafe on the beach that does high-quality lunches.
The menu at Coccape is not the biggest for a selection but the small village is only a 15 min walk away.
Koh Mak is a real hidden gem (apart form the sandflies) and gives you a taste of how parts of Thailand must have been before the tourist revolution ruined other islands. Rough Guide says this beach isn;t as nice as it's southern alternative but I totally disagree.
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