Chom Tawan - Villa Samorna Photos

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With a lotus pond and fountain gracing Samorna’s front entrance, the villa’s serenity reveals itself as soon as you arrive.  Stepping inside, a bright corridor connects all the shared spaces, with the dining room set in a lovely peak-roofed area to the right, the study at the left, and the living room straight ahead.

In the white terrazzo-floored dining room is an elegant table with a glass top resting on large bronze columns.  High-backed wooden chairs offer dining for eight.  The large adjacent kitchen is equipped with quality appliances, cooking utensils and crockery, with the maid’s quarters and utility room at the back. The study, with folding doors opening onto the terrace, is spacious enough to convert into a single bedroom for those who wish to avoid the stairs to the upper floor.  The chic living room has folding doors along two walls that open to the pool terrace and garden.  Accented by colourful pillows, a sofa and soft chairs offer an inviting place to relax or watch movies on the flat-screen TV.

A shaded area on the terrace is furnished with an outdoor dining table for six and two poly-rattan loveseats.  Stretching out from the terrace is the 12m pool and a spacious palm-tree-lined lawn leading to the stream that runs along the back of the property.

Samorna’s four bedrooms are all on the upper floor of the villa, in two wings connected by a roof terrace. Staircases on each side lead to a master suite and guest bedroom.  The bedrooms towards the rear enjoy great views over the garden and out to the hills.  Each master suite features a king-sized bed set under a vaulted wood ceiling, a walk-in wardrobe and balcony, plus en-suite bathroom with a double bathtub and shower.  The guest bedrooms have twin beds that may be joined to make kings and en-suite bathrooms with showers.  All the bedrooms are warm and welcoming in design with polished wood floors and silk accents in subtle tones. 

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