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Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea

Enjoy a little more privacy on your next beach trip. 

By Monruedee Jansuttipan | Mar 20, 2017

  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Isolated Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Isolated Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Isolated Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Isolated Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Isolated Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Isolated Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Elegance Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Elegance Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Elegance Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Elegance Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Elegance Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Elegance Villa
  • Hua Hin's latest hotel offers just two villas by the sea
    The Elegance Villa

For a little more privacy on your next beach trip, consider Hua Hin’s Kehad Fa Villas (096-889-8899, www.kehadfa.com), which offers just two villas by the sea.

The Elegance Villa (five bedrooms) and The Isolated Villa (seven bedrooms) each cover 1,400 sq meters and come with their own 15-meter pool, dreamy beach pavilion on the sun deck and butler. Exact prices depend on the number of guests, starting from around B27,000 for two people up to B37,800 for six people.

Expect those to spike considerably for holidays like Songkran, starting from B68,600 for 10 guests. It’s close to the airport, too—perfect for a quick in-and-out weekend. 

 
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