4 – Boun / The SPA House
Ideal for welcoming families, this house was built in 1983 and is originally from Opo, a village situated in the Preah Vihear province, approximately 200 kilometers east of Siem Reap. Its rooftop reaches 9 metres in height.
It belonged to Keano Houn and his wife, Channy Lay, a farming couple who specialise in rubber tree and cassava plantations. Its former occupants also maintained a flourishing business in wild animals.
Emanating from two different provinces, Boun and Pram, the tallest houses in Sala Lodges, were actually situated only several kilometres apart.
This was the first house procured for Sala Lodges. It was delivered in pieces during July 2011.
With a surface area of almost 60 m2 on the first floor and 35 m2 on the ground floor, the house can accommodate up to five people: three guests in the bedroom upstairs which has a large double bed and a sofa bed, and two guests in the single beds which can be rearranged as a double bed in the downstairs bedroom. An extra bed* can be added in either bedrooms. Each room has its own private bathroom. The two rooms are part of the same unit but do not have connecting doors.
This lodge owes its name to the fact that it is the sole house to be endowed with a platform in the upstairs bedroom. It also has a spacious bathroom with a rain shower. Guests can enjoy an unrestricted view of the rooftops of Sala Lodges from the 24 m2 terrace. Residents of the ground floor room can bask in the sunshine in the large open space facing the luxuriant gardens opposite their room.
There is a no smoking policy in all houses.
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