Stay in Beautiful Bungalows at 150-Year-Old Thai Home

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Stay in Beautiful Bungalows at 150-Year-Old Thai Home

We welcome you to Tanita House, a unique place where you can relax in traditional wooden northern Thai style houses made from teak. Our place is where you'll find the genuine ambiance of the Thai home, vivid but peaceful. Tanita House combines old style with modern comfort. You'll find it a peaceful oasis in the midst of the city where the songs of birds can still be heard.

Right for You?



Flexible Stay

Travel Style

Time to Relax and Cultural Immersion


Thai and English

Physical Activity

Light activity


City/Urban and Quiet Area


Wifi: Available
Cell: Available
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Speaks: Thai and English



Arrive at your leisure and stay as long as you'd like!


Flexible Departure Date
All year

What's Included





No guide


Private Bathroom and Private Room





Traveler Reviews

Lovely cottages. Wonderful garden. Great breakfast. Outstanding host. This is a must-stay in Chiang Mai. A little further away from the old town but the ideal place to relax and feel home after a long day.

Patrickb_muc, TripAdvisor

Tanita House has everything you never knew you wanted. The traditional Thai architecture of the cottages, the friendly and welcoming host (Aor), the delicious and well-priced meals from the cafe, and the beautiful antique furniture store are just a handful of examples of the many amenities offered here. Sit on your balcony with a book, chat with friends and family...

sletchwo, TripAdvisor

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Your Local Host

Tanita House

Tanita House

Locally Owned Family Business

We would like to invite you on a northern Thai style adventure where you stay in traditional teak wood homes. They will make sure that your stay is comfortable and attend to your body and soul.

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Getting There

Transport options

Tuk Tuk, Local transport and Taxi
Tanita House is easily accessed by local transportation. It’s only a 5 minute walk to riverside restaurants, boutique shops, and art galleries along the Ping River. Walk along the nearby footbridge to Warorot Market or the Flower market. The Sunday Walking Market, the famous Night Bazaar, Tha Pae Gate, and the moat around the old city are just 10-20 minutes walking.
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