Breathtaking exotic villa in Thailand

Villa Baan Lom Talay, meaning “House of the Sea Breeze” rests on Surin Hill nestled within tropical flora and foliage amidst breathtaking views of the beaches of Surin and Bang Tao in Phuket, Thailand. This enchanting respite with its interior accentuated by an eclectic blend of classic Asian and North African furnishings transcends its guests from wonderment into an oasis of the exotic. This holiday home is comprised of 7 contiguous buildings, or salas, on 3 levels. Combining functionality with atmosphere, each level is designed to arouse conviviality, tranquility or joy.

Visitors enter the retreat at pool level which features a 15 meter infinity edge lapis tiled pool and jacuzzi replete with a swim up bar and adjoining open-air Thai sala. The upper level is home not only to the Master Suite,  a 360 square meter enclave with vaulted ceilings and a view overlooking the Andaman Sea but also the upper living room and formal dining room. Bounded by a peaceful reflecting pond, the living room with its Burmese decor entreats the recliner to indulge in its expansive view over Surin Beach or to entertain oneself with the home theater, hidden behind six hand painted panel doors depicting a Lanna village scene. Descending to the lower level, discover the enchanting realm of the Moroccan Room. The North African motif with its amplified colors and unique furnishings serves as an exotic diversion from the tropical design of the main villa. The highlight of this peregrine den is its open-air lounge with its plush 15 meter shisha divan.

Baan Lom Talay is serviced by a full time, live-in staff consisting of one cook and one housekeeper. Trained to anticipate your needs, they’ll look after you with an infectious blend of Thai graciousness and charm. A villa concierge complements the villa’s permanent staff, and is available to provide an unmatched level of truly personal service throughout your stay. This incredible vacation rental can be all yours, found here.

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