An exclusive beachfront villa situated in the prestigious Dhevatara Residence, Baan Feung Fah combines everything you need for an unforgettable Samui experience.
The first thing you’ll notice is the almost imperial wooden entrance, with heavy, carved wooden doors and a pagoda style roof. Walk through the doors and you arrive in a private luxury haven. Tropical landscaping wraps around and between each pavilion as the central pathway runs directly to the pool and a private beach access.
Each pavilion is modern looking with a two-tiered wood shingle roof that provides an authentic Thai feeling and makes the property look at home in this beachfront location.
To the right of the entrance is the first double bedroom which has cool green cushions and throws contrasted with an orange painting positioned above the bed. Comfortable furniture sits on the white tiled and polished teak inlaid floor. There’s a flat screen TV on an attractive stand, a dressing area and an en-suite bathroom with shower and turquoise mosaic tiles. This room has sliding glass doors to the front and rear making it a very light and airy space.
Every part of the outdoor space has been expertly planted and landscaped to provide the eye with something of interest everywhere you look. This also creates a very appropriate tropical feeling.
Opposite the first bedroom is another pavilion housing bedrooms two and three. Bedroom two has twin beds, comfortable furniture, a flat Screen TV on a teak stand, a dressing area and an en-suite bathroom with shower that’s finished with lilac mosaic tiles.
The third bedroom has a double bed and is furnished with rich red accessories such as cushions, throws and curtains giving this a very luxurious and romantic atmosphere. Red and gold artwork and dark wood furniture add to the ambience and the room has a flat screen TV and en-suite shower room with blue mosaic tiles.
Crossing back over the central pathway there’s the kitchen and dining pavilion positioned in front of bedroom one. In here redwood units are topped with high gloss black surfaces. Wooden units are complimented with natural stone walls and chrome high-end appliances. There’s a long central island feature which has the sinks on the kitchen side and doubles as a raised breakfast bar on the other side.
This is a very informal, social and comfortable room, there’s a door leading to an outdoor Thai-style kitchen and there’s also a guest bathroom.
From the kitchen rear sliding glass doors open into a wonderful water feature which fills the space between this and the main living pavilion. Stepping stones take you over the planted pond, under the wooden sala style pagoda and directly into the charming open-plan dining and living area.
A large teak dining table and high backed water hyacinth chairs seat up to eight people and it matches well with the polished wooden floors. All this is complemented by sheer white drapes and bright white walls giving a contemporary yet natural ambience.
Walking through into the lounge area the floor is finished with high gloss white tiles and the furniture remains of natural materials such as wood, water hyacinth and plush cream cottons. There’s a wall-mounted flat screen TV and tasteful artworks and ornaments.
On the opposite side of the pathway is the master-suite. It’s a detached pavilion with a beautiful teak four-poster bed complete with romantic white drapes. This bright and cheerful room is accessorised with greens and oranges which breathe life into the teak and comfortable furniture. A flat screen TV occupies a corner unit. There’s a dressing area and heavy sliding wooden doors leading into a phenomenal en-suite bathroom
Directly opposite the doors is a recessed area lined with natural sandstone. There’s a clear skylight and a raised bathtub from where you can lie and look directly through the bedroom and out to the ocean.
To the left of the bathtub there are twin sinks and to the right is a walk in shower area with brown mosaic tiles and a tropically planted inner-garden.
Running across the front of the master-suite and the living pavilion is a decked sun terrace, blue tiled infinity swimming pool and a large sala with all-weather outdoor furniture which is approached via stepping stones sunken into the pool. From there steps lead down to the private beach access and directly onto the white sand of Bo Phut beach.
Dhevatara Residence is situated near the very end of Bo Phut beach and therefore this lovely stretch of sand remains extremely peaceful and free from the sellers and tourists from the resorts further along the bay.
This is a secluded and tranquil spot and Baan Feung Fah provides the ultimate accommodation to enjoy a beachfront stay on the island. It’s an intimate and very private property which is well designed to maximize the amazing beachfront location and provide a luxurious environment in a natural, tropical setting.
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C'Mas / NY
Dec 15 2013 - Jan 10 2014
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.