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Welcome to Baan Tebpitak, your guesthouse of choice in Ayutthaya. Our friendly and helpful multilingual team is committed to making your stay comfortable and pleasant from beginning to end. Our knowledgeable staff will be happy to help you find your way around Ayutthaya and to answer any questions you may have.
Book your stay at Baan Tebpitak and discover the authentic Thai hospitality.

At Baan Tebpitak, you will arrive as a visitor and leave as a friend. We look forward to welcoming you soon!
Why stay with us

At Baan Tebpitak, we pride ourselves in delivering outstanding customer service to all our guests. Our mission is to make you feel at home and help you enjoy your stay in Thailand from the moment you step through our door. As you may know, Thailand is renowned for its legendary hospitality, and at Baan Tebpitak we are pleased to extend a very warm welcome to all our valued guests.

Our staff will be happy to assist you with all your needs, whether you require help booking bus tickets or want to rent a motorbike to get to know the local area better. We go the extra mile without exception, and hundreds of positive reviews received on travel sites like TripAdvisor by our sister guest house “Promtong Mansion” are evidence of our commitment to delivering impeccable service.

Our guest house has been up and running since 2009 under the name of Promtong Mansion, a 15-room bed and breakfast that was awarded the 2013 TripAdvisor “Certificate of Excellence”. In 2012 we opened Baan Tebpitak to offer even more amenities to our guests. Both guest houses are under Thai-Swiss management. This means that we can provide you with local tips and insider's advice throughout your stay in Ayutthaya. Our staff can help with comprehensive information on the local sights as well as on other popular destinations in Thailand, including Chiang Mai, Kanchanaburi, Bangkok, Sukothai, and others.

We understand that travelling in foreign country can be a bit disorienting at times, so we make every effort to help you feel comfortable.
Baan Tebpitak is conveniently located in the heart of Ayutthaya. We are within easy reach of shopping malls, markets, convenience stores, and Thai massage venues. Other facilities nearby include a post office, a pharmacy, and money exchange facilities. The local minivan station is only 15 minutes away on foot, and Ayutthaya's train station is just a 10-minute tuk tuk ride away from us.

If you have come to Ayutthaya to explore its UNESCO heritage site, Baan Tebpitak is an excellent option for your stay given our great location. We are only 800 metres away from Ayutthaya's 600-year old archaeological park. Please feel free to browse through other sections of this site and to contact us should you have any questions. At Baan Tebpitak, we look forward to meeting you in Ayutthaya, where a warm welcome awaits you.
Surroundings and Attractions

76km (47 miles) N of Bangkok
Ayutthaya is one of Thailand's historical highlights. Many travellers take the day tour from Bangkok, which allows about 3 hours at the sites, but for folks with an interest in archaeological ruins, Ayutthaya justifies an overnight or more.

From its establishment in 1350 by King U-Thong (Ramathibodi I) until its fall to the Burmese in 1767, Ayutthaya was Thailand's capital and home to 33 kings and numerous dynasties. At its zenith and until the mid-18th century, Ayutthaya was a majestic city with three palaces and 400 splendid temples on an island threaded by canals and was a sight that mightily impressed European visitors.

Then, in 1767, after a 15-month siege, the town was destroyed by the Burmese and today there are but groups of crumbling ruins and rows of headless Buddhas where once an empire thrived. The temple compounds are still awe-inspiring even in disrepair and a visit here is memorable and a good beginning for those drawn to the relics of history. (Fun note: don't miss the Buddha head lodged in the tree trunk at Wat Mahatat, quite unique).

The architecture of Ayutthaya is a fascinating mix of Khmer, or ancient Cambodian style, and early Sukhothai style. Cactus-shaped obelisks, called prangs, denote Khmer influence and look something like the famous towers of Angkor Wat. The more pointed stupas are ascribed to Sukhothai. If you've just arrived and have confined your stay to Bangkok, you might note similarities with the riverside Wat Arun, an 18th-century structure that was built in the so-called Ayutthaya style, a melding of Sukhothai Buddhist influences and Hindu-inspired Khmer motifs.
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