Rustic Family Treehouse in Chiangmai
This charming treehouse which is built upon sturdy Longan trees can accommodate many people, making it quite suitable for huge families or a big group of friends.
- Very Accommodating Owners and Staff
- Access to Many Exciting Outdoor Activities
- Stunning View from Inside and Outside the Cabin
- Offers an Authentic Treehouse Experience
- Big Enough for Four People or More
The Longan House, which was designed by retired architect Lee , was built to allow people to have a taste of what it is really like to be living in a rustic cabin out in the woods.
It has everything a treehouse should: a quaint but comfortable set-up inside, a balcony overlooking the grounds, and a peaceful ambiance. But aside from providing guests with a place to relax, it also offers up a host of options for them. Those who wish to stay here can go biking or hiking to check out the nearby caves and scenic spots, visit some local tourist destinations, and many more.
Without question, this lovely cabin in Chiangmai, Thailand is a perfect year-round outdoor retreat anyone will surely love.
Best for a minimum of four people, the Longan House is situated in a small village north of Doi Saket at Chiangmai, Thailand. It has enough amenities to keep guests comfortable such as as two double beds, room fans, a working toilet, and hot showers. In addition to that, this treehouse is close to other facilities, too, where they can order piping hot meals, buy souvenirs, and check out what activities to take part in during their stay.
How to get there
The Longan House can be found in Pasak Ngam Village which is about 70 kilometers away from Doi Saket in Chiangmai. If you drive from the city, it will take about 1.5 hours to reach the place. However, if you want to arrive at the treehouse without a hassle, you call the owners or staff ahead of time to announce your arrival and have yourself picked up by a shuttle from the Chiangmai airport.
About the area
The Longan House is located a village brimming with breathtaking scenery and historical sites, so if you stay here, you would have access to loads of exciting activities. You can go biking to Bat and Stalagmite caves and through the Red Sand Area, hike through the Coca-Cola Trail in the Swamp Forest, enjoy the stunning views at Sunrise Point, check out the Pasak Ngam Waterfall and have little fish nibble at your feet in the spa there, swim at the Mae Kuang Dam, visit the nearby school and temple, and many more! It's most definitely one of the best places in Chiangmai, Thailand where hike, cycle, and stroll around in the wild outdoors.
We are a family-owned treehouse resort, located in a small village and surrounded by the teakwood forest. Mr. Bullsiri (Lee) Suwannachin, the owner and my father-in-law, is a retired architect. He has started the treehouse project since 2010 as a family vacation home. Later, it was opened for the public in 2012. Currently, we have 6 cottage treehouse and 3 family treehouse to welcome our guests from all over the world. Each unique treehouse was designed and built with love and care. Hope you will enjoy your stay with us.
1 Review - Rustic Family Treehouse in Chiangmai
Ings - the Netherlands
Amazing family treehouse - we loved it!
We stayed 3 nights in a treehouse with his family to celebrate. The location is brilliant. The cabin is cozy, nicely lit and clean. Cleaning is every day.
We were picked up from the Chiang Mai Railway Station and made a stop at Buatong waterfalls. We found one of the highlights of our visit there. We are even later again gone back. Always do so, as it fits into your schedule. The people are incredibly nice. The welcome is warm and personal. The food is delicious!
Bicycles and / or walk to gazebo, bat cave, red earth or trails, it's all doable. Despite the rains and outdoor shower we had no trouble with bugs, mosquitoes and beyond what the inevitable ants. A highlight were the many fireflies, really beautiful!
In short, a must for everyone! And are much better in nature than some tourist trekking from the city.
Stayed July, 2014, traveled with family