A fantastic view of the ocean and the jungle of Koh Samui opens up when you reach the village in the mountains of Bang Por on the private road.
The two apartments are on the 1st and 2 Floor of a newly built chalets and in 2008 and 2012 modernized and expanded.
The decor is elegant and luxurious from fine leather and teak furniture. The fully equipped kitchen in the apartment and a large glass dining table with comfortable chairs are integrated in the living room. Who wants to enjoy the balmy air, the food can also take on the various terraces.
The extending around three sides of the house terraces with their booths and sun loungers to relax.
From the rooms you can enter the terrace and enjoy the spectacular view.
The living room and all bedrooms have air conditioning and a ceiling fan.
All beds are equipped with high quality mattresses and offer excellent sleeping comfort.
In the bedroom 2, large apartment, a double Jacuzzi is integrated. Under varying light you can relax in the spa oasis and forget the worries.
For the sport lovers among you stands in the middle floor, a fitness machine and a stepper, and various small appliances available.
An extensive German-language library awaits you there also. The comfortable sofa in front of the picture window seduces for reading.
Thanks to the mild climate (between 28-32 degrees) holiday on Koh Samui throughout the year.
In the pool on the ground floor (Bamboogarten) a counter-current system was installed for swimming. Even the swimming pool has water all year round pleasant temperatures around 28 degrees.
The Bamboogarten with a further dining terrace extends terraced ground floor. A bamboo rocking for 2 people invites you to relax and dream. Ideal for romantic evenings ...
For barbecue fans are also catered for in the tropical garden and you have the perfect idyllic setting for it.
Upon request we offer breakfast.
Find everything you need to self catering unit and also unlimited drinking water in very good quality from the tap (reverse osmosis filter). A suitable apparatus for cooling the water Fi is also available free of charge.
The washing machine is in the kitchen downstairs. A covered drying area, also for the beach towels, is behind the Bamboogarten.
Woman is Griesch naturopath and physiotherapist and can help you with advice and deed.
In the studio of Mr. Griesch musicians and / or singers can at any time make recordings. At the end of your holiday you will have the finished CD in the luggage.
If you are afraid to transport links, can also take advantage of our driver service.
When renting of vehicles, car or scooter, we are happy to assist you.
We offer shopping tours and island tours divese, away from the tourist trails.
Holidays to Koh Samui:
-On Koh Samui to celebrate CHRISTMAS similar as in Germany, but with beautiful weather. The mulled wine should be drunk in the pool.
-NEW YEAR'S EVE is an absolute highlight. Throughout the island, especially the sea, spectacular fireworks are burnt. These glow thousands happiness Balloons in the sky. An unforgettable experience!
The next-CHINESE NEW YEAR commit the Sino-Thai descent early February (2:13 10). Another must on Koh Samiu. The festival begins on the first day of the waxing moon in the second month after the winter solstice lasts three days and is celebrated in the family circle
-The third New Year festival, the highlight of the year is on 13 April committed. This is the CRANE SONG FESTIVAL, the so-called hard water. A week crowds, exuberant cheerfulness and many water fights ...
-Makha Bucha (full moon day in February / March) memory of Budhhas sermon with light processions in temples
-Chakri Day (6 4.2012) commemorating the coronation of the first Chakri king
-Visakha Bucha (full moon day in May / June) 4 6.2012 celebration for the birth and enlightenment of Buddha
Asanha-BUCHAREST (full moon day in July / August) 2 8.2012 The festival with processions in temples reminiscent of the first public sermon Buddha
LOY KRATHONG - Festival of Lights (full moon day in November) 28 11th 2012 homage to the goddess of water (Mae Khingkhe). Small boats with lit candles and offerings drifting across Thailand's rivers and lakes