Both spacious bedrooms are en-suite, air conditioned and close enough to the sea to hear the monsoon waves crashing on the shore below.
The main room is the combination kitchen, dining and living room with plentiful glass doors for access to the veranda and cooling breezes. An air conditioner can keep things cool and the evening mosquitoes away.
The kitchen is equipped with fridge-freezer, oven, gas and electric hobs, and a plentiful array of cutlery, crockery, glassware and cooking utensils.
The glass topped dining table seats six and a similar number can be seated in the living room area with an X inch TV and cable TV service. A guest toilet is accessed from this area.
Towards the rear there is an X by Y metre pool (with twice weekly contract servicing) bordered on two sides by a broad balcony furnished with table chairs, loungers, etc. The view out to sea shows the Racha islands, Bon Island, Hae Island, Coral Island and (on days with good visibility) even the Phi Phi Islands. A washing machine and drying area is situated at the side. At the front there is covered parking for one car and space for an additional car or motorcycles. The main gate is electric and comes with two remote controls.
The villa has its own 3-phase power meter and is billed directly by the Provincial Electricity Authority. Water is from a private well supplemented by water tankers towards the end of the dry season. Fibre internet is already installed with a Wi-Fi signal in all rooms. A land line with an 076 number can be installed if required.
The area is semi-rural with very little road noise, however cicadas can be quite or noisy depending on the season. The adjacent soi leads (by foot) down to a small beach with clean sands and (except at low tide) clear waters over various corals and fish. Rawai beach with its varied restaurants and bars is one km away. Promthep cape is at a similar distance.