A three bedroom beach house located 20 feet from Kata Noi beach and directly next to the Katathani Resort, one of Phuket’s top 5 resort hotels every year. This beach house was designed and built in 2012 with a modern glass house theme and has been kept in pristine condition with close attention to detail.
The ground floor has a total area of 250 square meters with 4 meter high ceilings with the floor to ceiling doors give the house an overwhelming sense of openness and space. The furniture is crafted by Kenkoon, award winning designer, and outfitted with Jim Thompson cushions for added style and comfort. The television is fully equipped with all sports, movie and news channels with a Sony cinema surround sound system.
Opening the doors from the living area brings guests into the outdoor living area that features a Jacuzzi pool, outdoor shower and a seating area with a round teak table big enough to have outdoor dining.
Moving upstairs, the glass staircase is one of many features of this home, the walls are decorated by artwork commissioned by the owner from all corners of the world, and there are several antique pieces mixed into the décor.
The top floor is dedicated as the master bedroom. From every part of this room, the ocean sits right in front of you. When opening the floor to celling doors, the refreshing sea breeze circulates through all four wings of the 150 sqm room. The first section, featuring the ocean view is the living room area, with a L-shaped Kenkoon sofa made with teak and steel covered with Jim Thompson cushions. The floor has been white washed giving it a real beach house effect. There is also a 42” LED Sony television and cinema with surround sound with a DVD player for extra entertainment. Stepping back, the King sized bed gives an impressive panoramic beach, sea view and island view making it difficult to get out of bed. Behind the bed separated by tempered glass is the internal Jacuzzi bath tub, twin sinks and separate shower and toilet. The bedroom also features a massive walk in wardrobe with full built in facility.
The 2nd floor consists of two bedrooms both with designer king size beds by Kenkoon. Both rooms have en-suit bathrooms and wardrobes with LED televisions and DVD players. The first bedroom is 50 sqm hosting has a amazing 90-degree floor to ceiling beach and sea view with a large balcony accessed by floor to ceiling folding doors. Once opened, you feel as though you are on the beach. The second bedroom also features a 90-degree floor to ceiling view of the golf green and mountain side, also with a balcony.
This Beach House showcases top-of-the-line audio and video systems. The living room is fitted with the new 55 inch Sony 3D wall-mounted TV, complemented by a Bose cinema-surround sound, iPod docking system, Sony PlayStation 3, and Blue ray DVD Player.
Each Room is equipped with a television with a DVD player and cable. To compliment this with fiber optic Wifi internet.
The Penthouse went an extra mile to accommodate all the necessities of gourmet cooking and fine dining readily available. This includes a cooker, oven, toaster, kettle, grill, blender and a full set of china and glasses.
With the proximity to the beach, guests have options of diving, jet skiing, parasailing, surfing, paddle boarding and snorkeling.
For convenience, a washing machine and dryer are also provided inside the villa so guests may use the machines at will.
Amenities available are sun loungers, a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, children’s pool, gym and sauna in a lush garden of palm trees setting.
The Beach House also has maid service six days a week who can also arrange for laundry and grocery shopping for a surcharge.
All rooms have air-conditioning, a personal security safe, maid cleaning service six times per week and all utilities are all included.
This Beach House has a very motivated concierge team who will arrange any of your special requests and provide recommendations to your trip to Phuket.
The concierge can help arrange vehicle hires for your stay in Phuket which can include an economy car to a 4×4 Toyota truck.
Updated on August 13, 2019 at 12:50 pm