Where to Stay in Hua Hin: Nern Chalet

Nern Chalet: Bay of Thailand Beachfront Accommodations South of Bangkok.
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Nern Chalet is a little treasure nestled into the coastline along the Bay of Thailand, just an hour and a half south of bustling Bangkok. The family-owned hotel employs kind and friendly staff and hosts visitors from all around the world looking to make an easy transition from Western living to Thai relaxation.

We stayed for several days, rented a motorbike, and explored Hua Hin and the surrounding area…

Our Favorite Memory: Setting out on moped adventures…finding “Denver Fire” representatives…ordering fresh seafood from the fish market…hiking the hill to the nearby monastery…visiting the “Summer Palace”…and combing through the nighttime markets for delicious street food and lovely jewelry…and watching Ted navigate his Thai cooking class with style…and hot sauce!

{Best Beachfront in the Little-Big-City Award}

Caranee Thianthai – Owner
144/7 Nongkae-Takieb Rd

Hua Hin, Prachuab-Kirikhan 77110 Thailand

Wifi: Yes! Signal strength varies by floor, so be sure to double check your devices and connection options when you arrive.
Breakfast: Fresh fruits, cereals, toast, yogurts and juices, plus a Thai and Western breakfast menu for ordering from the kitchen.
Our Favorite Amenities: Top-floor views over the coastline and across the cove to the golden Buddha. Short walks (or easy moped rides!) to nearby Buddhist monasteries, local shopping and fish markets, and the sweetest little stretch of sandy beach in the whole of Hua Hin.
Setting: An hour and a half south of Bangkok by mini-bus, Nern Chalet is a small scale hotel nestled into the southern end of the little-big-city beach-strip of buzzing Hua Hin, Thailand.

This Nern Chalet article is part of our €œtwoOregonians in Southeast Asia€ adventures featuring visits to hostels, B&Bs, beautiful hotels, and one-of-a-kind accommodations. As always, all opinions, photos, and stories are our own; many thanks to our kind hosts and partners along the way. It was our pleasure to make our first-time visits to Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia!



  • Reply Memories of Hua Hin - twoOregonians November 12, 2013 at 11:59 pm

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  • Reply Pam March 8, 2016 at 7:21 pm

    Wonderful pictures and descriptions!

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