Frangipani Villa on Koh Tao is uniquely designed for the hillside, which means it is built in two levels with level differences with an large boulder built inside.
Frangipani Villa is an 170 m² large house which is 70 m² sun terraces, one on the ground floor and one on top floor. Half of the terrace on the top floor is under roof with a nice and comfy lounge sofa.
The ground floor has a large open plan, with living-room and kitchen.
Two specious bedrooms. One on 1st floor and one on 2nd floor. Both with air-condition and ceiling fans.
One bathroom with shower and toilet.
TV-room on the 2nd floor with a two-sleeps sleeping-sofa, HDTV and DVD.
Free access to WiFi.
The house has all the expected amenities.
Kitchens and bathrooms in European-standard.
You’ll find more pictures of Frangipani Villa
in the Gallery
Up to 6 sleeps. Two big beds and one sleeping-sofa.
The house can be rented weekly or monthly.
Longer if you desire, make contact.
Sheets and towels are included in the rental price.
Water and electricity consumption needs
to be paid to our staff on Koh Tao before
The Villa has level differences and is not suitable for disabled.
The last 100 meters of the road up to the house is severely uphill which requires astronger moped, motorcycle or ATV. But of course you can also walk up or take a 4WD taxi.
About Koh Tao
This paradise island is located on the East coast, almost in the middle of the Gulf of Thailand. It’s an small island, little more than 21 km2 and can be reached by boat from Chumphon or Surat Thani on the mainland.
Koh Tao is on of three islands located here. Koh Tao is the island that lies northerly of them. South of Koh Tao and in the middle is Koh Phangan and even more south you will find Koh Samui.Koh Tao means “Turtle Island”. Despite the name, it’s not many turtles left, unfortunately.
But they can appear sometime every now or then.
As Koh Tao is an tiny island there are no airport here, you can only go to Koh Tao by boat. A little messy perhaps some people think. But this is not a bad thing, the good things that come with this is that the island has no mass tourism and charter tourism as many other places in Thailand. Sure, the tourism has left its mark, for the better and the worse, but both Thais and foreigners ”falang” are more aware and want to preserve this wonderful island.
Be aware & care!