Paradise Villa, Pattaya, Thailand
Villa with 5 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, swimming pool and golf nearby in Jomtien, Pattaya
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From £522 per week
Villa to rent in Jomtien, Pattaya
Villa overview - owner's description
It is situated in a secure,private village with only eight houses.
A Tranquill river runs through and it is only minutes from the beach.
luxury private pool in large tropical gardens.
Paradise villa is a luxury holiday villa situated in a tranquill setting, just minutes from Pattayas Jomtien Beach.
It is only 5 minutes drive into Walking street, the main area for shopping and nightlife.
The villa interior is luxuriously furnished to a very high standard with evrything you would expect from 5 star accomodation at home and much more.
The Villa will sleep up to 9 people in comfort whilst the lounge and dining area will cope just as admirably. Paradise Villa is fully air-conditioned allowing the house and you, to stay cool at any time of the year.
For meal times paradise villa features a fully fitted, luxury kitchen with all the cooking facilities you will ever need.
All the amenities are at hand for washing and drying clothes and the villa features an abundance of storage space.
Paradise villa has large, private gardens with water features and an exotic fish pond, allowing you to relax comfortably in your topical surroundings.
The Terrace at paradise villa is something to behold. It can seat 10 to 13 people in comfort and with 4 ceiling fans and uninterupted clear views of the private tropical gardens, is an ideal place for morning tea, that late dinner or for evenings with friends. If you choose, you can relax on the large South facing balcony which also overlooks the gardens.
We mustn’t forget the large private swimming pool also situated within the tropical garden which you will have access to 24 hours a day.
JOMTIEN BEACH This 6 kilometers long, largely straight beach, some 4 kilometers south of Pattaya, is the most notable of several beaches south of the resort. The beach is popular with wind surfers and water sports enthusiasts, largely because the area enjoys brisk and fresh breezes sweeping inland from the Thai Gulf, and because the seas are less congested area with beachside hotels, bungalow complexes, condominiums and restaurants.
PATTAYA BEACH some 4 kilometers long, this beach faces Pattaya Bay, the major venue from where boats visit Pattayas offshore islands. The beach curves from north to south and is largely paralleled by a tree-lined promenade and beach road which is lined, in the northern and central part, by hotels and restaurants. The northern section of the beach is largely tranquil, while the central and southern parts become increasingly lively, thanks to a juxtaposition of shops, department stores, boutiques, beauty salons, supermarkets, bars, discotheques, restaurants and nightclubs. The central area of the beach is a major shopping area, while the southern end is one of Pattayas major nightlife areas.
WONG PRACHAN BEACH is on the northern side of Pattaya Bay. The 1 kilometer shares the same entrance as the Central Wong Amat Hotel. A quiet spot, the beach is ideal for swimming and relaxation.
ELEPHANT VILLAGE situated on Pornprapanimitr Road on the same directions as Phanaraks Park and Siam Country Club Golf Course. The elephant village is a popular tourist spot for Thai and foreign guests alike. Daily performances by elephants and wild elephant round-up shows are held at 2.30 p.m. Shows last about 1 hour. Elephant jungle rides are also available. Additional information may be obtained by calling 01-2123225 or from the front desk at the Tropicana Hotel, Tel.(038) 429818
KHAO PATTAYA (KHAO PHRA BAHT) a small hill with an asphalt road leading to the top. From its peak, one has a panoramic view of Pattaya City and Pattaya Bay. Currently, Kho Pattaya has been developed and is now the site of the Navel Sor Tor Ror radio station. A sacred Buddha image is also enshrined on the hilltop.
MINI SIAM is on the left hand side at kilometer 143 on Sukhumvit Highway. This miniature city offers replicas of 80 sacred places and important historical sites around Thailand at a scale of 1 to 25. Some examples are the temple are the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Phra Srisanpetch, Anantasamakom Throne Hall, Phra Puttha- yodfah Bridge, the Bridge over the River Khwae, the Golden Stupa and Phimai Khmer Sanctuary. Replicas of places of world significance are also displayed in the " miniworld" area such as the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, Tower Bridge, Trevi Fountain. Open daily from 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. There is also a Mini Race Course (Gokarts) for visitors wishing to try their hand at racing fast cars. Additional information may be obtained by calling (038)421628, 424232 or fax (038)421555.
PATTAYA PARK TOWER the first highest seaside tower and revolving restaurant. About 240 meters high that you can see Pattaya
RIPLEYS BELIEVE IT OR NOT MUSEUM situated on the third floor of the Royal Garden Plaza, Beach Rosd. A display of Mr. Ripleys collection of curious object form every corner of the world.
SUAN CHALERMPRAKIAT (FITNESS PARK) is at foot of Pattaya hill on Pha Tamnak Road. This small park, covering an area of 15 rai, was dedicated to commemorate His Majesty the Kings sixtieth birthday on December 5,1988. The gardens of the park boast a wide variety of flowering plants. There are also multipurpose grounds and winding trails for walking or jogging and standard exercise facilities. On any given day, a large number of people will relax, jog, exercise or simple enjoy the scenery of Pattaya in this park.
THE MILLION YEARS STONE PARK AND PATTAYA CROCODILE FARM is at number 22/2 Mu 1, Tambon Nong Pla Lai, Banglamung, From Sukhumvit Road , one turns left at kilometer 140 close to the pedestrian bridge in front of Wat Sawangfah along Chiyapornwithi Road (State Highway 3024) in the same direction as Mab Prachun Reservoir for another 5 kilometers. This is am other popular attraction tourists. Covering an area of close to 100 rai, the compound comprises rock garden and a botanical of rare plants and beautifully landscaped grounds. Interesting sights include, for example, fossiizedplants over a million yeas in age, 200 years old Thai style bonzai, crocodile pools and a collection of are animals such as albino bears, elephants and horses. Crocodile round-ups, magic and animal performances are also a major attraction.
LAKELAND WATER CABLE SKI on Sukhumvit Highway, 150.5, about 5 kilometers from Pattaya City. This is another venue for amusement and recreational sports that Pattaya has to offer. It comprises an enormous fresh water lake, 27 rai in area with cable skis, a sport that is fast-gaining popularity.
MINIATURE RACETRACK "The Pattaya Cart Speedway" sitated on Thepprasit Road, which links Sukhumvit Highway and Pattaya-Na Jomtien Road, approximately 5 kilometers to the South of Pattaya. Separate tracks have been alloted for professional and amateur drivers.
THE KOH LARN islands
Group of Island is comprised of Kok Larn, Koh Kork, Koh Sak the largest being Koh Larn.
Koh Larn situated to the West of Pattaya Strait, about 7.7 Kilometers from the shore, covering an area of about 4 square kilometers. There are beautiful beaches, clear water, and an abundance of coral. Visitors can view the coral either from a glass-bottom boat or by diving down directly.A well- known beach is at Ta Waen Beach in the northern part of the Island, a 750 meters stretch of white sand with many stalls and shops. Sightseeing boats mostly dock in this area. There are also Laemtien Beach and Samae Beach on the south-western side, each beach spanning a length of 700 and 100 meters respectively. Both are regarded as beautiful and interesting spots, especially Laemtien Beach wich has remained exceptionally clean and traquil. There are now a few stores servicing visitors. Ta Pan Beach on the western part of the island is 500 meters in length with make- shift lodging available. On Saturdays, Sunday and holidays, sightseeing boats usually dock along this beach all the way to Leamtien where there is coral. On the southern part is Nual Beach 450 meters in length. On this beach is a hotel which accommodates a large number of tourists. This is another good place for viewing coral.
Apart from there beaches, there are also Laem Hua Khon Beach on the back and front sides, Laem Lamrae, etc., which are also interesting tourist spots. Popular activities on Koh Larn include swimming, coral viewing, para - sailing, water - skiing, water scooter riding, etc.
KOH SAK some 10 kilometers west of Pattaya Strait or 600 meters away from Koh Larn. Koh Sak is another small island shaped like a horse shoe with an area of 0.05 square kilometers. It has two beaches, one on the northern cover 250 meters in length, an area in which boats usually stop for tourists to swim and another one on the southern part of the island opposite the first island, with a pathway linking the two beaches , a small beach 80 meters in length. A coral is found at the area in front of the beach. Skin-diving is also possible in this vicinity.
WAT YAN SANGWARARAM is a Royal Temple of the first class, 15 kilometers south of Pattaya City, turning left from Sukhumvit Highway at kilometer 160. The temple was dedicated to Somdej Phra Yanasangworn, the present Supreme Patriach in 1976 and was later graciously adnitted under the patronage of His Majesty the King. The temple grounds, a total of 366 rai, comprises a mondop which enshrines a replica of the Buddhas footprints, a large stupa where the relics of the Lord Buddha and those of the Lord Buddhas disciples are enshrinde. There are Phra Yanares Vihan and international pavilions representing several countries that dot the grounds, such Switserland. There is also the Vihan Sien, a grand and exquisite showcase of Chinese architecture.
NONGNOOCH TROPICAL GARDEN is a tourist attraction amidst natural surroundings covering an area of around 1,300 rai. Nongnooch Village orchids and gardens with flowering plants, mangoes, orchids, casti and other types of flora. Thai style teak wood houses are available for rent. There is also a zoo and Thai Cultural Center showcasing the art of Thai performing art, martial arts, folk sports and performances by elephants.
BANG SARAY is a fishing village about 16 kilometers away from Pattaya City, turning left off Sukhumvit Highway at kilometer 165 for about 2 kilometers. A deep-water bay lies on the southern part of Bang Saray, and ideal place for foshing especially for Prakarung fish. Towards the north, is a park with a beautiful beach ideal for swimming. Boats may be rented for fishing or diving for coral viewing.
CHONG SAMAESARRN VILLAGE is a tiny fishing villange along the Sattaheep-Ta Rua Phanich Sattaheep route, turning left just before one reaches the Sattaheep commercial pier. There is a small beach with crystaal clear warter. Accomodation is available. Chong Sarmaesarn is anther ideal place for diving and fishing. Several island dot the area, such as Koh Samaesarn, Koh Raed, Kho Chuang, Kho Charn which all come under the supervision of the Royal Thai Navy. Daytime sightseeing is permitted but overnight lodging is prohibited.
ANG SILA OR ANG HIN is a fishing village about 5 kilometers away from Chonburi. Ang Sila was formerly one of the oldest seaside resorts. The village is famous for its cottage industry, producing stone mortars and animal sculptures, like elephants, horsses and tigers, Ang Sila also boasts a number of seafood restaurants. On the beach, one can find village shelling fresh oysters. A wide array of local handicraft are also available for sale to tourists.
BANG SAEN BEACH is a famous beach that has enjoyed lasting popularity. Approximately 13 kilometers from the city of Chonburi, it branches off to the right-hand side from Sukhumvit Highway, at kilometers 104, for a distance of 3 kilometers. Stretching along the beachfront, is a 2.5 Kilometer road. Along the beach, one find vendors offering drinks and seafood snacks such as squid, mussels and spicy steamed-fish-cakes for sale. One can rent deck chairs and rubber rings for swimming. Fresh water bathing facilities are also available. The many restaurants that line the beach have recently been improved to become more neat and orderly. Bang Saen is ideal for visitors with limited time who wish to relax with their family and friends. It also offers seversl hotels ans bungalows for overnight lodging.
THE INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE situated on the campus of Burapha University. The institute which covers an area of 30 rai, evolved from the Aquarium and Museum of Salt Water Animals through the financial assistance received from the Government of Japan. This institute aims to be the center of studies on Marine Science, consisting of three parts: the Marine Science Museum, Marine Animal Rearing Center and Marine Ocean Research Laboratory.
NONG MON MARKET a market famous for Chonburis local handicraft and souvenirs about 1 kilometer from tlhe junction leading to Bang Saen. Among its well-known buys are different types of dried seafood, kao lam or gluttonous rice baked in bamboo. Hormok(spicy steamed fish cakes) hoi-jor (deep fried shrimp cakes)sweetened-banana and taro chips, sweetened-fruit preserves as well as tattan and bamboo basketware from Panatnilom, a district known for its unique and intricate weaving techniques.
KOH LOY SRI RACHA is on Thesaban Road, Tombon Sri Racha, north of Sri Racah market. Koh Loy is a tiny island close to Sri Racha Beach, linked to the land by a bridge. On the island is a public park and a Sea Turtle Garden, on lush grounds covering an area of around 3 rai. On the Southern side is a small hill with a temple on it. The island is a superb place for relaxation where one can enjoy the natural atmostphere and breathe the fresh sea air while appreciating the scenic view. There is also a pier from which one can board a boat to Koh Sichang as well.
KHAO KIEW OPEN ZOO located at Tambon Bang Phra,k covering a vast area of around 3,000 rai. The zoo can be reached by either one of two ways: first from Sukhumvit, one can follow the new State Hiway 36 (Chonburi-Pattaya-Rayong) following direction signs. The open zoo, operated by the Dusit Zoo Authority (Khao Din Wana) in Bangkok, has a large number of animals such as deer, bulls, monkies, gibbons, hippopotami, bears, kangaroos, banteng, elephants and peacocks etc. Visitors can stroll around the grounds and obseve the animals closely. There is also a large aviary with hundreds of varieties of birds covering as area of around 5 rai that visitors can also enter for close viewing.
CHANTA TEN WATERFALL Chonburi only waterfall. One follows the same route leading to Khao Kiew Open Zoo diverging left at the entrance to Wat Khao Mai Daeng. A sign indicates the way to the Waterfall where on drives down an asphalt road for another 7 kilometers. A carpark marks the entrance and there is a 2 kilometers pathway leading to the waterfall lined on both side by refreshing greenery.
SRI RACHA TIGER ZOO situated at 336 Mu 6, Tambon Surasak, Sri Racha District. It is accessible either from Sukhumvit Hightway, turning at Sri Racha District and following the route passing Assumption Sri Racha School for around 75 Kilometers or one can take State Highway 36 at Kilometer 21, Trurn left and continue for another 1.5 kilometers. It boast Thailands largest number of Bengal tigers, bred successfully by the farm itself. There is also large number of other animals such as crocodiles, ostriches, single hump camels, kangaroos and an aviary of exotic birds.
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2 out of 2 people recommend staying here
I thought overall that it was expensive, especially when having to pay the electric bills too. My first weeks electric bill was over 15,000 Thai Baht.
The house and grounds itself was delightful, but rather out of the way and we were a bit stuck as we didn't want to hire a car.
The Maid was excellent and the aminities in the Villa were very good too.
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Outside this villa in Jomtien, PattayaThis villa is in a village and in a quiet area. It has a pool, a balcony, a barbecue, a garage and outside lighting. Car hire is not necessary as the villa is less than a 15 minute walk to a large selection of shops, bars, restaurants; however parking is available if required.
Prices and availability
Updated 15 November 2016
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 1 March - 31 July 2017: the minimum stay is 7 nights.
- 1 March - 31 July 2018: the minimum stay is 7 nights.
- 1 March - 31 July 2019: the minimum stay is 7 nights.
Long stay discounts
- Receive £100.00 off if the booking is for 4 weeks or more.
If more than one discount matches your arrival date, please be aware that only one discount of the highest amount will be applied to your booking.
5 bedrooms, Sleeps 11:
- 1 double bed and en suite
- 1 double bed and en suite
- 1 double bed and en suite
- 1 double bed and en suite
- 1 double bed and en suite
There is also 2 single sofa beds in stored till needed, 1 cot
6 bathrooms, 5 en suite bathrooms, 6 Separate WC's
CD player, DVD/Blu-ray player, Internet / WiFi, Radio, Telephone, TV Languages in English, Local, Satellite / cable
Living area seats 10, Dining area seats 10, Air conditioning, Clothes drier, Hair dryer, Iron / board, Towels / linen, Washing machine, Car hire optional
Cooker, Crockery, Cutlery, Dishwasher, Fridge, Freezer, Glassware, Kettle, Microwave, Oven, Pots / pans, Toaster
Balcony or terrace, Barbecue, Garage, Outside lighting, Parking, Private garden
Snooker / pool table
Infants, Smoking, Restricted mobility
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