Friday, 27 December 2013

Location Wheelchair Holidays

In previous Blogpost I already talked about our holiday homes in France, Hungary and Thailand. And often I write about the things we have done. In my wheelchair I experience the same problems as you would when you would visit one of my accommodations. But not only the accommodation needs to be wheelchair accessible, the location is as important as the holiday home itself.

Where do you prefer your holiday accommodation? On top of a mountain, at a remote beach, at the end of a dirt road? Or in town with easy access to amenities and sights? Right. You probably choose the last one. Just like me and anyone else you like to leave the house and drive around in your wheelchair independently. A location where your family or travel companions don't need to push your wheelchair, with restaurants around the corner and shops within walking distance.
When you like what you read have a look at our Maps, publicly shared on Google Maps.

  • The holiday homes in Hua Hin, Thailand. Zoom in and click on the green houses. The apartment is located in the centre of Hua Hin and the pool villa's at the border of the centre. The small wheelchair signs represent the wheelchair accessible toilet and the little yellow suns ramps onto the beach. In Hua Hin is no accessible public transport, but our van can take you where you like to go.
  • The sea is only 700m from our apartment in Canet Plage, France . All amenities are within walking distance. public transport is accessible and the bus stop is only 300m. Airport and TGV train station can be found in Perpignan at 15km and can be reached by bus.
  • Lake Velence, Hungary, partly nature reserve, is only 100m from our detached house in Velence. A small country town with amenities within walking distance. A nice location for families with younger children and or seniors. Accessible trains run up and down Budapest. Departure from Velence Station at 2km.
Below here one of our maps. Hua Hin, Thailand. Last updated 24 December 2013.

View Wheelchair accessible Hua Hin - Thailand in a larger map

Questions? Want to know more? Don't hesitate to write an email. When we don't know our staff knows. They live there and speak the local language fluently.

King regards,
Hanneke Fronik, Theo and Johanna, Mishi and Eva, Pannida en Hans, Kan, Kiao, Lek en Fon. We all like to welcome you and serve you as best as we can to give you the holiday of a lifetime.

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Venice, The Venezia for wheelchairs

A few years ago I travelled to Venice, the city of romance in Italy, Europe. I loved it. Although you have to prepare your trip upfront when you are travelling in an powered wheelchair.

I travel to Thailand as well. And last time I have visit Venice in Hua Hin. Yes. Copy, copy and build.

Copy, copy and build The Venezia.
St. Marks Square in Hua Hin, Thailand.
St. Marks Square in Venice, Italy.

Here are the pictures. The copy and the original St. Marks Square. And this Venice is as accessible as the original. Streets have level access, access ramps into building and small steps into shops. Gondolas, bridges, etc. are not accessible. But it has a wheelchair accessible toilet.

Do you like to see more? Watch our latest Youtube movie.

 The Venezia is only 11km from the wheelchair accessible apartment of . This apartment is located in the centre of Hua Hin.
Wheelchair accessible transportation is available for airport transfer and trips. Not only to The Venezia but also to all other sights in and around Hua Hin.

The owner of these holiday accommodation is wheelchair user himself due to a muscular disease. Don't hesitate to contact us for more information. Email is


Sunday, 22 December 2013

Holidays for Wheelchair Thailand

Holiday season, peak season. Many tourist and local Thai people enjoy the festivities, the atmosphere and the Christmas spirit all around. Street are lit, shopping malls are decorated and many shops, restaurants, etc. wish their customers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Just a few pictures to show you Hua Hin during Holiday Season.

Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Parade King Bhumibol of Thailand.

In honour of King Bhumibol's Birthday a parade is passing according the map below.

Where? Petchkasem Road, Hua Hin, in front of Klai Kangwong Palace.
When? December 5, 10.30am.

Wheelchair access? The streets are level so it should not be a problem to find a spot to watch. Come early. It will be crowded. Bring water and a umbrella.

Hope to see you there.

WheelchairThailand Hua Hin or

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Birthday coming up for WheelchairThailand Hua Hin.

Birthdays. They happen every year and every year we get one year older. In December King Bhumibol is celebrating his birthday on December 5. Hua Hin people are preparing.
Hua Hin People Love our King.
The female part of Wheelchair Thailand celebrates her birthday on December 7. And in The Netherlands we celebrate the birthday of Sinterklaas on December 6 with gifts for the children on the evening before.

But the birthday party for the King beats every festivity in Hua Hin. At the moment the King lives in Hua Hin and many military is coming to Hua Hin, streets are decorated and lit and bulletin boards announce a party.


Invite to join Candles Ceremony for His Majesty 5th December 2013 and join concert for King's honor with singer Jenifer Kim/Eak Surachet/Wai Kamikase/ Kanomjean Kamikase/Alarm 9 and join Happiness of Population is Happiness of our king exhibition with Art gallery and King's giving Happy New Year Card, At Queen's Park, 19 Rai 5 December 2013 Start from 10 AM.

So come and join this party. I'm sure everyone is welcome to celebrate His Majesty's birthday.

19 Rai is wheelchair accessible. Just don't expect a restroom / toilet with wheelchair access.

See you there.

Sunday, 1 December 2013

Vintage wheels for Wheelchair Thailand in Hua Hin

Last weekend in Hua Hin many vintage cars were visiting Hua Hin. First they were displayed at Venezia, the new amusementparks annex shopping mall. From here they drove in convoy, like a parade to the Centara Grand Hotel in the centre of Hua Hin. And Sunday morning I took a look at these magnificent cars from the past. Like the Mercedes on the picture below.

Some cars weren't that old, but made me feel old. Like the Volkswagen T1 from the sixties. I saw this drive around in my country when I was a child. And the Citroën Pallas, better known as the Snoek (Dutch word for pike) also a Golden Oldie. And the Volkswagen Kever (Beetle).

See for yourself here is a link to my album.

Coming up:
Celebrations of His Majesty Bhumibol Birthday.

Sunday, 27 October 2013

Airport power Wheelchair check-in

Have you ever considered travelling with you powered wheelchair? And did you decide to leave it at home because you were afraid the handlers would damage it. Then watch this movie about me and my powered wheelchair preparations at the check-in of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol for my 20th flight to Bangkok Airport Suvarnabhumi. I made this movie as an example. When you want to travel you have to find a way how to prepare your wheelchair.

What do you see?
  • A small toolkit with which you can handle bolds and screws.
  • Tie-raps to tie down cables.
  • Removal of joy stick to prevent damage to steering mechanism.
  • Disconnecting the battery cable underneath.
  • Minimize size of wheelchair. Some airplane loading doors are just 84cm high.
  • Wheelchair parts in bag to prevent them to get soaked in the rain. And less weight in your suite case.
  • Luggage straps to tie down wheelchair parts in bag.
  • Instruction of airport staff how to handle manual breaks and wheelchair during transportation.
Do you have question about how to travel as a disabled? Don't hesitate to email us.

Or read more stories about travelling with a powered wheelchair on my Dutch Blog.

Saturday, 19 October 2013

Thai Festivals in wheelchair; King's Birthday

Thailand is preparing for holiday season. Lights in the streets are coming. Rainy season is ending en tourist are travelling to beach resorts like Hua Hin. I like this season. It is a very good time to spend some of your days in the tropical sun and just enjoy life as it is.

On December 5 Thailand is celebrating his King's Birthday. If all is well King Bhumibol (Full name: Phra Bat Somdet Phra Poramintharamaha Bhumibol Adulyadej Mahitalathibet Ramathibodi Chakkrinaruebodin Sayamminthrathirat Borommanatbophit) will become 86 years. Thai people like to celebrate this birthday with music, food en fireworks and an ice sculpture competition.

Last year my wife and I celebrated this birthday among the Thai locals and we loved it. And since it is beautiful weather in this time of year you can go out in your wheelchair too and enjoy all the festivities out on the street.

In need of a wheelchair accessible accommodation take a look here for full serviced pool villas with wheelchair access.

Sunday, 13 October 2013

Thailand festivals in wheelchair

In the last post I have written about the Thai festivals and holiday season. One of the main holidays in Thailand is Loi Kratong. The festival of lights. Very luminous, peaceful and serene holiday.
Thai people also make music and sing songs. Have a look at this video made in Hua Hin to see what you can expect when you visit during Loi Kratong on 17 November 2013. Enjoy.

Loking for a wheelchair accessible pool villa to stay during Loi Kratong? Here you will find everything you need.
Loi Krathong takes place on the evening of the full moon of the 12th month in the traditional Thai lunar calendar. In the western calendar this usually falls in November.
Loi means 'to float', while krathong refers to a usually lotus-shaped container which floats on the water. Krathong has no other meaning in Thai besides these decorative floats, so Loi Krathong is very hard to translate, requiring a word describing what a Krathong looks like such as Floating Crown, Floating Boat, Floating Decoration. The traditional krathong are made of the layers of the trunk of a banana tree or a spider lily plant. Modern krathongs are more often made of bread or styrofoam. A bread krathong will disintegrate after a few days and can be eaten by fish. Banana stalk krathong are also biodegradable, but styrofoam krathongs are sometimes banned, as they pollute the rivers and may take years to decompose. A krathong is decorated with elaborately-folded banana leaves, incense sticks, and a candle. A small coin is sometimes included as an offering to the river spirits. On the night of the full moon, Thais launch their krathong on a river, canal or a pond, making a wish as they do so. The festival may originate from an ancient ritual paying respect to the water spirits.

See you in Hua Hin at Loi Kratong.

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Wheelchair holiday season

With the holiday season coming up in a few months I like to tell you something about the holidays in Hua Hin. Tourist destinations in Thailand like Hua Hin celebrate all kind of holidays. Not only Thai and / or Buddhist holidays but also Chinese and European holidays. So they celebrate in order European Christmas and New Year at in December, Chinese New Year in February and Thai New Year in April.
But they also celebrate Loi Kratong in November and Makha Bucha in February. And last but not least they celebrate the Kings on 5 December also known as Fathers Day.

We love this Festival season and like to celebrate with and around the locals. It is really fun. It is dry season. And often there is music, good food and sometimes big fireworks. 

So November till April is a really great time to visit Hua Hin in Thailand. And even in your wheelchair you can be part of these festivities. Our staff knows where to go, can take you to the best spot and likes to celebrate with you.

Hope to meet you in Hua Hin.

Jan and Hanneke

Sunday, 22 September 2013

Wheelchair Thailand flat tire

Flat wheelchair tire repair Hua Hin, Thailand.
Amazing what Thai people do to earn a decent living. We are glad with this kind of service, can not find it in our country and certainly not for this kind of money.
Saturday evening 7 pm and I have a flat tire.


My wife driving around in our car and looking for a repair shop. Finally after 1 hour I find a shop able and willing to repair my flat tire.

THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And what kind of shop this is. This man is building motor bikes. So a lot to look at. Not boring at all. Have a look at the picture below. Do you like to ride this? My wife does.

Low rider, motor bike shop Pa La U Road, Hua Hin, Thailand.

Friday, 13 September 2013

Grocery shopping in Hua Hin, Thailand

Dutch people are like all other people in the world. We like our Dutch food. So when we can we take cheese, chocolate sprinklers, liquorice, etc. English people take their tea. And more examples are possible.

But there is no need to take these groceries. Hua Hin has 4 supermarkets, few bakeries, some butchers and wineries. But don't forget to visit the local markets for fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, chicken, meat, herbs, spices, etc.

The supermarkets are:

Big C Supermarket, Pa La U Road, Hua Hin, Thailand
Tesco Lotus in Market Village with a great selection of fresh vegetables, meat fish, bread, etc.
Villa Market, great wine selection.
G Hua Hin supermarket, for Chinese and Thai ingredients but also Dutch Coffee.
Big C with French products of the Casino brand.
And a small supermarket located within the shopping mall in the centre of Hua Hin.

Products of Casino brand in Big C Supermarket.

Tesco Lotus Supermarket is within 1.5 km form the wheelchair accessible holiday pool villas Coconut and Si Deang.

Villa Market is in the centre of Hua Hin.

G Hua Hin Supermarket is close to the wheelchair accessible apartment Tira Tiraa.

And Big C is within 5 minutes bike ride of Studio 74.

All supermarkets or the building where they are located have wheelchair accessible restrooms except G Hua Hin and the small supermarket. And they all have parking space for cars and motorbikes.
Questions about food and / or shopping. Comment or write an email.

Saturday, 17 August 2013

Blue mat makes beach accessible in South of France

Made this movie at Canet-Plage in South of France. Camera fitted on my electric wheelchair. Like to show you how the blue mat makes the beach accessible. Easy to reach the Mediterrenean Sea. Beach wheelchairs can you use for free.

Friday, 19 July 2013

Wheelchair accessible beach in Canet Plage, France

This time I want to show you the wheelchair access to the beaches in Canet en Roussillon at the Mediterranean Sea in France. This stretch of beach in Canet Plage, as big as Copacabana Beach or Ipanema Beach in Brazil, is wheelchair accessible. And with the beach wheelchairs available for free and the Mobimat to the waterline you can even go for a swim.
Here is our video of this wonderful beach in the Languedoc-Roussillon, France made bij

Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Wheelchair in Canet en Roussillon

High season in France. In July and August it is summer in Europe and all children have school holidays. Along the Mediterranean Sea many tourist enjoy the sun and the fun. In Canet Plage many festivities and activities are presented to please the visitors in this lovely and lively beach resort in the South of France. Also disabled people and handicapped in wheelchairs will enjoy this Catalonian village with Spanish influences.

To show you some of the entertainment here is a Youtube video mad by during the first two weeks in July.

In case you are looking for an wheelchair accessible apartment please take a look at this photoalbum.

Don't hesitate to email to Hanneke Fronik for more information about Canet and this accommodation.

Monday, 1 July 2013

Wheelchair travel with caregiver

We proudly present a new service. is now offering guided holidays to Hua Hin, Thailand for disabled people living in The Netherlands and / or Belgium. All inclusive holidays for wheelchair users who like to travel individually, with partner or with a group of friends and are in need of a licensed caregiver during their accessible holiday.

Qualified Dutch caregivers travel with disabled people to Thailand.
Wheelchair accessible holiday accommodations in Hua Hin.
Benefits of travelling with to Thailand are:
- Best wheelchair accessible accommodations, mostly well adapted holidays homes.
- Dutch caregivers with Dutch nurse license to accompany during the complete holiday.
- On site medical equipment.
- Inclusive of tickets, accommodation, transfers, day trips, meals, overnight stay Bangkok, entrance fees, travel insurance, cancellation insurance.
- Handicapped in electric wheelchairs are welcome too.
- Over 8 years of experience in travelling with disabled people.
- English speaking Thai staff will help you with day to day life under supervision of Dutch caregivers.
- Friendly and very helpful Thai staff for housekeeping.

On the program:
Temple visits, cultural show, elephant ride, day at the beach, River Kwai, Tigers temple, Bangkok palace and temples, biggest flee market Thailand, vineyard, floating market.

Price indication € 3500 for one disabled person and one caregiver, 14 days / 12 nights.

Do you want more information? Write an email to .

Guided holidays to France and Hungary are possible too.

Saturday, 29 June 2013

Velence, Hungary, roll in village

Most people know Hungary from its Gulyash and Budapest, the capital. Velence and Lake Velence is widely known for the recreational possibilities under Hungarian people. Hungary doesn't have beaches at a sea or ocean. It has lakes and rivers to enjoy.
And above wheelchair access in Hungary and in Velence is increasing very rapidly. The trains to Budapest and the Lake Balaton are wheelchair accessible with level entrance to the trains at Velence Station. So you have an easy ride to Buapest. The station is located at 2km from the adapted holiday home for disabled with roll in shower from You can either walk / ride or drive your car and park at the parking for free.

Are you curious? You like to meet Velence and Lake Velence and see what they have to offer you when you come here for an accessible holiday? Take a look at my new photoalbum. These pictures are taken during a stroll in Velence and Lake Velence and a short car ride along the lakeside villages. Below is one of these pictures.

Italok means Drinks, ételek means food, csapolt sör means draft beer and Gelato means ice cream.

A Coca Coala Zero for WheelchairThaialand Hua Hin at Szabadsag Beach, Velence, Lake Velence, Hungary.

Sunday, 16 June 2013

Hungary, wheelchair at Lake Velence

Hungary, land of peppers, garlic and onions. But also land of beautiful lakes, gipsy music and part of the European Union. Changing fast in a modern community with wheelchair access.

One of the lakes in Hungary is Lake Velence. A small shallow lake, partly nature reserve, and partly a favorit destination for tourists and local people. Lake Velence has very pleasant water temperatures. So in springtime it is already busy at the lakeside with walkers, bikers, swimmers, wakeboarders, etc.
A smooth bike path around the lake gives handbikers, mobility scooter drivers and wheelchair users the opportunity to enjoy the lake the way they can.

To show you this Lake and all the things you can do around here watch this movie.

Within 100 meter from this beach you will find a wheelchair accessible holiday home, which can accommodate 6 people and which has a private pool. More information can be found on the website of
Questions? Don't hesitate to write an email to

Thursday, 30 May 2013

Accessible Bangkok beats London

Bangkok has narrowly beaten London as the world's top tourism destination in terms of visitor arrivals, according to the "MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index 2013". Paris, Singapore and New York fill the next three places.

In Asia, Bangkok is followed in the rankings by Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo.

The MasterCard study was conducted in 132 cities, with collated data from private and government sectors worldwide from last year through to the end of March this year.

It also collected data on travellers' spending from their arrival in a city destination, as well as cross-border expenditure. It was not based on MasterCard volume or transactional data.
Source: The Nation.

Wheelchair Thailand already roams around in Bangkok since 2006. He knows many accessible places to visit and wheelchair accessible accommodation to extend your holiday. Mainly in Hua Hin, but also in other parts of Thailand. And he has also information about wheelchair access of the public transport. For information read on here, Wheelchair Thailand Blog Spot, or visit the website of

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Apartment, wheelchair access, Southern France

Just a short post about a wheelchair accessible holiday apartment in Canet en Roussillon ( Canet Plage ), at the Mediterranean Sea. Look for yourself how you can manoeuvre thru this apartment in your wheelchair and how this condo is adapted to your needs.

More information about this apartment can be found on this website . Or just send an inquiry to Hanneke van der Linde

Wheelchair access to holiday accommodation

In Southern France within walking distance of the Mediterranean Sea you will find this wheelchair accessible condominium. Adapted to the needs of wheelchair users, slow walkers and senior travellers.

The video shows you the entrance of this adapted holiday rental by car / wheelchair with remote control and the private back entrance of this condo with wheelchair access.

The owner, starring in this video, is wheelchair user himself due to a muscular disease.

More information about this holiday accommodation for rent can be found on this website.
Or email to the owner.

The apartment is located in Canet Plage. Within walking distance you will find the beach and the boulevard, supermarket, restaurants and pubs with sunny terraces, ATM, take away food, shops, markets and even McDonalds for those you don't like French croissants, wine and cheese.

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Free wine from WheelchairThailand


FREE  wine package in France in case of arrival between June 1 and June 15, 2013.

WheelchairThailand gives free wine
Free gift with, june 2013

A free wine gift will be available upon arrival when you stay in our wheelchair accessible holiday home in Canet en Roussillon.

- 3 bottles with a one weeks stay
- 6 bottles with a two weeks stay
- 6 bottles and snacks with a 3 weeks stay.

No better way to start your holiday. So come and stay with us in Canet Plage, South of France.

More information with Hanneke Fronik

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Tira Tiraa Hua Hin with wheelchair access

Tira Tiraa groundfloor with wheelchair access

Sometimes you do something just for fun. Travelling abroad for a holiday is just for fun. And making this movie about Tira Tiraa is also just for fun. The movie shows the building and all its facilities in a glimp. Watch it and convince yourself this is the best condominium to stay. It is in the centre of Hua Hin, it has a big swimming pool with comfortable sun beds, it is only 700 meter from the sea, it is close to restaurants, supermarket, market, shopping malls, bars and the service is coming with a smile.

Location: 38/49 Soi 68, Hua Hin, 77110, Thailand.

More information about Tira Tiraa and the wheelchair accessible apartments can be found here. These apartments have excellent wheelchair access, pool hoist and medical equipment. Adapted Toyota Commuter for wheelchair airport transfer and trips also available.

Sunday, 21 April 2013

Beach wheelchair floats in Hua Hin Thailand

A new beach wheelchair for guests of / Wheelchair Thailand . I have tried it at Blue Wave Beach, Hua Hin, Thailand and it floats very well. Have a look at this video and convince yourself. Now all disabled people can go into the sea.

Saturday, 13 April 2013

Hua Hin Songkran Festival 2013 Thailand (cover your wheelchair)

You have to protect your electric wheelchair during Songkran Festival. The Thai traditional New Year taking on April 13 of every year. The place to be for this festival is Naresdamri Road in Hua Hin.

Happy New Year, Songkran 2013




Jan in cognito after Songkran party 2013.

Saturday, 16 February 2013

Review Pool villa Coconut Grove, Hua Hin, Thailand

Uncensored review from a happy customer in our pool villa Coconut Grove, Hua Hin, Thailand.


After two weeks of vacation the works reminds me... a lot of work.... too little time....

Seriously, we are so VERY pleased with Coconut Grove at Hua Hin! Everything worked

The staf, all included, was there for us, as we felt. 

Especially Lek! She made our vacation far over expectation!!! 

The taxidriver, he had always a smile in his face! Pernilla, she was so accommodating! I don´t remember the name of the woman who almost always follow the taxidriver and was his translator was so nice!

Particular we would like lift up Leks efforts! She helped me at the hospital, she was so helpful while Joakim get sick,  she was always available and always smiling and glad!!!! She was curious and wants to learn the english language. The whole family almost fell in love with Lek!

If you need references, just ask us! Our english are not the best but we can give your Scandinavian customers a good word.

We are overwhelm over our visit at  Coconut Grove!!!! 

Your staf: The taxidriver, the woman who is almost always with him as a translator, Pernilla and Lek, all your staf made our two weeks in your house wonderful. We are in love!!!!

The only complaint we have is that we would like the taxidriver knew English more widely.

Best regards


Sunday, 10 February 2013

Wheelchair Thailand arrested in Rio

During a pre-carnaval celebration Wheelchair Thailand / was arrested by the Rio de Janeiro Police. Wheelchair Thailand was accused from "not dancing and partying" during the Canrnaval du Rua 2013.  After a explanation the Policemen let him go with a warning after he promised to party during Carnaval. Wheelchair Thailand went home with a smile on his face.

Thursday, 3 January 2013

News for disabled on holiday in Thailand

A year has gone and and new year has begun. And now WheelchairThailand likes to tell you about the changes realized in 2012. These changes allow you to have a holiday of a lifetime in Hua Hin, Thailand.

Pool villa Si Daeng (red)
Our second pool villa was bought in 2012. After a serious reconstruction and renovation this pool villa is wheelchair accessible througout. A modern interior design in combination with Thai art gives this pool villa its own caracter.
You will feel at home within a day.
Pool villa on Coconut Grove, Soi 102, Hua Hin, Thailand.
This holiday homes in the Land of Smiles has 3 wheelchair accessible bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with roll in shower. Each bedroom has at least one hospital bed integrated in the normal beds. In the bathrooms have a drop down shower seat and drop down grips. More informationon the website of .
This luxury villa is located at only 30 meters of the first holiday home. Both houses together can accommodate 12 adults at the same time of which 8 wheelchair users. So a group of friends, more than one family or disabled living in care resorst can enjoy the friendly service of Thai people during a adventurous holidays.

Pool villa Si Khiao (green)
Our guest book in this holiday home is our guide to improvement. So once a while we update our pool villa according their wishes. This time we have changed / renewed the pool hoist with a comfortable seat with drop down armrests. The seat can be adjusted to wheelchair seat height.
A new wash basin, imported from Europe and designed for wheelchair users, has been installed in the wheelchair accessible bathroom. A tap with one long handle is within easy reach of those with a reduced arm and hand function.

On top of the desk in the living room a printer has been installed which can be used for free by our guests.

Medical equipment
Guests staying in our houses could already use our manual adjustable hoist. Now guests can also use our electric hoist with different kind of slings adjustable with clips or loops.
Beach wheelchair in Hua Hin, Thailand.
And a new kind of beach wheelchair is added to our collection of medical aids.

Mobility scooters
Many disabled people travel with only their manual wheelchair although travelling with an electric wheelchair is possible. But we have a solution. Mobility scooter are for rent now in Hua Hin. For more information please send an email to  Guests of get a discount of 10% stating "Olarit" with their booking.

Our staff is great and gives excellent service. Our general manager, the housekeeper in our first pool villa and the cleaning lady in our apartment welcomed a welcomed a fourth staff member, the housekeeper for the second pool villa. Every staff member stays in close touch with our general manager.
And we have welcomed our steady driver who drives our guests from the airport to Hua Hin and back. He enjoy taking guests on trips and tours in and around Hua Hin.

More information about our holiday homes, tours and trips can be found with the links below. When you have questions left don't hesitate to send an email to .

Website NL       

Website DE       

Website GB       

Website FR       

Website NL/GB

Blog EN            

Blog NL             



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