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Villa Suralai is dominated by the main living pavilion, a two-storey building dug into the side of the hill with spectacular views. The entrance is on the top floor where an electric gate slides open to give access to a car port. Stepping stones lead to the huge room which incorporates a casual seating area with leather sofas and a 50-inch home theatre screen; a guest kitchen fully equipped with top specification Siemens oven, microwave, coffee machine and fridge freezer that all hide away behind slick black cabinetry, and a dining table for ten. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors fold back on three sides to a wide terrace, letting the breezes drift through whilst fans in the vaulted ceiling turn lazily above. As a result there is little need for air conditioning.

On the ground floor are three identical queen-bedded rooms, each with ensuite shower rooms and terraces with captivating views to be enjoyed from daybeds or chairs. All the rooms have Samsung theatre systems, satellite TV and iPod players. An adjacent three-storey pavilion houses the remaining bedrooms – two master suites and a twin bedded room. Each bedroom in this pavilion has a polished stone-washed bath, raindrop showers and views over the plantations. The master suites have queen beds, folding doors to generous terraces and full home theatre set-up including 32-inch screen; whilst the twin room has satellite TV and steps down to a small garden. All six bedrooms are individually air conditioned, have great blackout curtains and look out onto the 25m pool which, at one end, has a Thai style balé (gazebo) with daybeds and pool bar stools.

Below the swimming pool is a small well-equipped gym, storage and laundry facilities whilst, in a small pavilion by the entrance, are the staff quarters and a wet kitchen where most of the food preparation is done by the chef.

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