- 30 Jan 2012 12:00 AM
Guests are in safe hands at this luxurious villa hideaway, Terence Waller (pictured) is the expat General Manager and he has over 12 years expereince in the hospitality industry. This native of South African is married to a Thai National, and so is culturally aware of the local area as well as the needs of international guests at this special resport.
Nishaville is situated on one of Thailand’s most pristine beaches in the coastal village of Huay Yang, it's surrounded by coconut palms and casuarinas trees, with the ocean on one side and a freshwater canal on the other side of this stunning 32 villa resort.
It's an ideal escape with its isolated beach, perfect for families with its 2 and 3 bedroom villas. Even though its a secluded resport there are many places of interest within easy reach thanks to transport available from the hotel, including:
Huay Yang Waterfall - This spectacular waterfall consists of five different levels and is accessed by a trail running through the tropical forest. There are many rest areas to relax at and viewpoints for photos along the way.
Khao Chong Kra-jok (Mirror Mountain) - This place is also sometimes known as Monkey Mountain due to the large number of apes living on its slopes. The 396-step climb to the top is rewarded by a magnificent view of the sea and nearby islands.
Singkhorn Pass - This is the checkpoint for entry into Myanmar, where an interesting local market sells handicrafts, teak furniture, plants and wild orchids form Burma is open every Saturday.
Waghor Aquarium - Part of King Mongkut Memorial Park of Science and Technology, the aquarium explores the six different aquatic zones to be found in Thailand.
Wat Thang Sai - At this temple, an enormous golden Buddha is set on a mountain overlooking the sea and Baan Krud beach, the temple itself offers amazing panoramic views of the coast.
17 Sand Villas (123– 133.5 sqm) - The sand villas comprises of 2 bedroom villas with a free-flowing plan where the dining room, living room and kitchen all share a common space, with no walls separating them. The master bedroom has a large compartmented bath and shower area with a free-standing bathtub and a separate shower. The highlight of the Sand Villas are the immaculate sunrises you can enjoy from your front porch each morning.
4 Canal Villas (118.50 sqm) - The 2 bedroom Canal villas boast picturesque views of the surrounding natural freshwater canal. The interior centers on the roomy open living-area split into a living room, dining room and kitchen, large enough for family gatherings. The comfortably sized master bedroom features a soaking tub and separate shower.
3 Sea Villas (140 sqm) - The sea villas at Nishaville are 2 bedroom villas with a large and open living area whilst the master bedroom is equipped with a comfortable sized bathroom with private free-standing bathtub and separate shower. Some of the Sea Villas offer panoramic views of the ocean from the porch.
2 Breeze Villas (162.50 sqm) - 3 bedroom Breeze villas are located directly on the beach and feature a spacious L-shaped deck with a private Jacuzzi offering breathtaking ocean views.
The Verandah Restaurant - Thai flavors along with western specialties for a truly unique dining experience. Order one or two dishes as a snack or share several for a whole evening of luxurious dining. Invite friends and have a feast. Sip on signature cocktails from the Pool Bar or indulge in a bottle of fine wine. It should be noted that the prices offer excellent value for money.
Resort Facilities and Services
The Clubhouse - Set around a salted water infinity pool on the seashore, The Clubhouse is the social center of the resort. A place to enjoy a glass of bubbly as you take in the sparkling sea view from a lounger on the rooftop, or sip on a delightful cocktail in the Pool Bar at sunset with family and friends. Fitness equipment is available here with great views too.
The Spa - Spend your days relaxing and rejuvenating both body and mind. There are a variety of Nishaville signature treatments, which were tested and are recommended by a writer for XpatLoop.com
By Air - this XpatLoop.com writer flew to Bangkok from Budapest via Amsterdam in Business Class as the guests of KLM.hu. Qatar Airways now offers convenient services from Budapest to Bangkok (and Phuket) in Thailand, via Doha.
Daily trains - leave Bangkok from Hualampong Railway Station to the final station of Prachuap Khiri Khan (Down Town). This scenic and leisurely journey normally takes 5 hours.
Private Vans - can be arranged from Bangkok for around Baht 4,400/one way.
By Car From Bangkok - follow National Highway 4 through Hua Hin and Pranburi to kilometer marker 348.6. Here turn left on Baan Nongpailom – Wat Samuttaram Road for about 2.5 km and follow the signs to the resort.
Click here to visit Nishaville Resort online
333 Moo 7, Baan Huay Yang, Tub Sakae,
Prachuab khiri khan 77130 Thailand
Tel. +66 (0) 32 616 333
Part of The Unique Collection of Hotels & Resorts
Formed in 2005, The Unique Collection of Hotels & Resorts was established to meet the growing trend of boutique hotels and resorts, providing guidance and assistance from concepts and design through to opening and ongoing in all areas of hotel and resort management to deliver a unique and personalised experience.