Apparently inspired by country homes along the River Thames which flows through southern England, the new resort offers a chance to pretend you're staying at your weekend retreat in the British countryside .

Consisting of 58 rooms offering seven different room types, the resort is set on Thanarat Road five minutes from Khao Yai National Park which means you get plenty of nature and some great mountain views.

To complete the picture, the resort is home to the Castle Restaurant, offering homemade English favourites like fish & chips and pork chops in an old English manor house setting, which is decorated with dark woods, high ceilings and lots of bare stone walls.

Completing the country idyll is the Clotted Cream Tea Room, which offers a good selection of TWG Tea, pastries and sandwiches and of course the chance to order an  English High Tea.

Rates start from B6,000 for a 40-sq-meter deluxe room and it’s B22,000 for a 185-sq-meter duplex pool villa. For more information, visit

For more ideas on what to do in Khao Yai, read our guide