"Rooms were very clean and tidy."
June 8, 2018
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.2|
|Distance to city center||1 km|
|Nearest airport||Chiang Rai International Airport (CEI) - Thailand|
|Distance to airport||8.5 km|
"Free tea and coffee and breakfast included."
November 26, 2018
"Overall, it was value for money."
February 4, 2017
"Nice place for short stay while you are planning on travel."
May 22, 2017
"Clean, large rooms with very comfortable beds (compared to o..."
November 26, 2018
Conveniently located in Chiang Rai, Chezmoi Handicraft & Homestay is a great base from which to explore this vibrant city. Set 1 km from the excitement of the city, this 2-star hotel commands an excellent location and provides access to the city's biggest attractions. Visitors to the hotel can take pleasure in touring the city's top attractions: Chezmoi Handicraft, Sankhong Happy Street, Prapatheep Goldland Museum.
The facilities and services provided by Chezmoi Handicraft & Homestay ensure a pleasant stay for guests. Guests of the hotel can enjoy on-site features like free Wi-Fi in all rooms, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, family room, laundry service.
Hotel accommodations have been carefully appointed to the highest degree of comfort and convenience. In some of the rooms, guests can find clothes rack, mirror, slippers, wooden/parqueted flooring, internet access – wireless (complimentary). The hotel's golf course (within 3 km) are ideal places to relax and unwind after a busy day. Chezmoi Handicraft & Homestay is a smart choice for travelers to Chiang Rai, offering a relaxed and hassle-free stay every time.
"I had a pleasant stay here, quiet and nice host."
February 4, 2017
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib may be requested directly from the property.
Children 2-6 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 7 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
Chezmoi Handicraft & Homestay
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Super nice stay with local family”
Been with a local family was a great experience. The fmaily is so nice although they do not speak English. The breakfast was cooked by one of the women everymorning and the kids of the family are really friendly as well. They have a super nice shop in the front part of the building were we bought some handmade local arts. I really recommend that place if you want to live the real Thaailand with a friendlly and peacfull family!
Clean, large rooms with very comfortable beds (compared to other places in thailand). Free tea and coffee and breakfast included. Staff were lovely and very helpful. Is a distance from the centre of Chaing Rai (around 20 mins), however is an easy enough walk.
Recommended for great value and service!”
We needed somewhere we could crash for one night that was clean and affordable and this was definitely a great find. Staff was so kind—we actually needed to change dates and they gave us more flexibility than we expected given our booking rate policy. The set up is very simple but very clean. Photos shown on Agoda were accurate— colorful decor and mattresses on floor. Mattresses were very hard but that’s not uncommon for places I’ve stayed in Thailand. Rooms were very clean and tidy. We had one triple room, which had two queen size mattresses and one twin. We also had a standard air con room which had two twins. Many rooms have a shared bathroom, so just note that in advance, but there were two toilets and showers so we never had a problem. Breakfast is prepared and included in the community-style kitchen. The term homestay is appropriate. Other reviews mentioned the new age vibe, and that’s accurate. Location wise, it’s very near the clock tower.
Great homestay, lovely staff”
First, I'll point out that the bathroom and shower are shared (in case some people come expecting these). Moreover, location is not central. However, if these are non issues for a visitor, then I would highly recommend the place. Staff was absolutely superb and went way above expectations. For example, they made sure that the breakfast met my dietary needs and drove me to the bus station. Taxi driver had a little bit of trouble finding the place so I'd recommend printing out google map in Thai before arriving. Would definitely stay here again!
Nice vegetarian dorm
Unfortunetly, it is really mot like the pictures on the Agoda site. Very disappointed. ”
The lady at the reception is very kind, but lack of expérience.
Not like the picture”
The homestay far from center. Hot water very weak. The bathroom not clean
Have some bad smell on the bed linen
Loved this place. The staff is friendly, the rooms are clean and the free breakfast is healthy, local and delicious. It is located a bit of a walk from the center of town, but that was fine for us. I highly recommend staying here. You can't beat it for the price.
Breakfast from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.was included in the room charge but we were not on time to eat the breakfast because the one in-charge woke up at 7:00 a.m. something to cook rice. After that she sent her daughter to school. We left at about 8:00 yet we couldn't see her.
'Pros' If you're happy with basic and shared facilities, this charming quirky homestay is great value. Generous breakfast and free use of bicycles included. At time of writing, 433Bhat/night. With the handicraft shop attached, the place feels almost as much like an arts gallery as a guesthouse. Food? Can highly recommend 'A-Roi By Nar'; a lovely cafe/restaurant just a couple of minutes up the road. Great food, both Thai and Western. 'Cons' May be a little too far from centre for those who like nightlife, but Chiang Rai doesn't have much to offer anyway. Also, the lovely lady host speaks very little English. Good idea to learn some Thai before staying. Overall? Highly recommended for the basic/budget traveller, or anyone fancying a change from hotels.
Where is the staff?”
Very quaint homestay behind a nice little clothing shop, but there was only one person around. He appeared to be more of a security/caretaker of the property than staff. Needs information brochure in multiple languages or at least one available staff person.
Pretty, relaxed and excellent value!”
I came across Chezmoi Homestay by pure chance and it was such a lucky find! The rooms are simple yet clean, provides you with the essential comfort, there are enough clean bathrooms and toilets and you are treated with a homemade breakfast in the big kitchen every morning. The best was the free bicycles we toured through Chiang Rai with and the opportunity to hire a scooter at the homestay for little money to discover Chiang Rai's outskirts. There is also a cute shop in the front building to collect some souvenirs and presents. All in all a cozy, warm and safe place for amazing value – would definitely recommend for budget travellers!
Get away from city”
Chez Moi is a good small home stay if you prefer quiet place. Staff was very friendly, room is ok but please don't compared with hotel. It's feel like you stay at your Grandma's home. Location is a bit far from city center but you can rent a motorcycle.
We had a fantastic visit. The breakfast was superb!... I'm referring to the soup primarily which was very fresh and healthy. The rooms are quiet and the location is not so busy, yet close enough to walk to most attractions. The motorbikes for rent are so-so... I'd recommend renting a newer scooter elsewhere. Overall, the accommodations and hospitality were great. We'd for sure come back.
A nice place to stay”
The room was comfy. The breakfast was very good and it looked as if made by house elves: we would walk into the kitchen and every time it was just there, waiting. The day of our departure we had to leave at 6:30, so I warned the staff that they didn't need to cook for us since we would be gone by the time of breakfast. Instead they served breackaft anyway, just at 6 a.m. And than one of them gave us a ride to the bus station free of charge. It was a very nice experience.
nice place, but too noise at sunday night”
Plase, be informed about every Sunday night market. It was noisy until 23.00. And you can't park car near - road closed. But everything else - best value for money. Maybe for european people mattrases will be too hard. And breakfast 100% Thaifood maybe too spicy for foreighner travelers. But we like everything, really
Perfect stay in nice quiet guesthouse”
Couldn't find a nicer guesthouse! Location is a little far from the centre (about 30 mins walk), but this is where the negatives end. Rooms were very big and clean. Beds were comfortable and even though it was shared bathroom, there was more than enough showers and toilets to use! The actual homestay shares it place with a handicraft centre and if you have the chance to walk through the shop and/or watch the artist work, it is well worth your time! The place is surrounded by local vendors and 7/11 is only a 5 mins walk away. The important part - the included breakfast is amazing! Western option of toast is available, but definitely get the asian option. 3 dishes of homemade cuisine along with all the rice you want! Can't recommend this place any higher. A must stay!!
Beautiful home with five rooms attached to a handicraft shop. Favourite place that we've stayed in during our Christmas trip. Bed was a little hard but still slept. Doi was a great host, lots of gesture conversations. Thank you for sharing your home.
Great and friendly hosts.”
I stayed at Chez Moi for 2 nights while exploring Chiang Rai. The host, Nat and his family is very helpful and accommodating. My room was simple and nice. The shared common bathroom are situated in the dining hall. The location of the homestay is situated slightly outside of town, so you'll need a tuk tuk or the blue van taxis to move about. The transport prices can be slightly pricey compared to Chiang Mai. During the day, you can easily negotiate 20 baht to get to town. But after sunset, you'll have to use your negotiating powers to bring the prices down in order get back home especially with the tuk tuks as the blue van taxis are difficult to be found. Evening prices can be between 40 - 60 baht.