Last Updated on May 27, 2023 by Ellen
Our least expensive monthly accommodation ever! Only $9.69 per night for a cheap Airbnb in Hua Hin, Thailand.
We’re living in it right now. Hua Hin is a moderately sized beach town about three hours bus ride south of Bangkok, on the western shore of the Gulf of Thailand.
Why so cheap? We don’t know exactly. But there’s not a lot of tourists here presently — so demand is low.
Also, it is a studio unit – not the usual separate bedroom set-up that we like.
But the room itself is really nice: very recently remodeled and everything inside brand new. Nice.
I noticed the rehab fact – as well as the price – in the Airbnb listing. Those two reasons are why we are spending a month in Hua Hin.
Check out the video below for quick ‘Kortan’s crib’ tour.
Also take note of my cute ‘lil photographer, Ellie Mae, on disability with a broken wrist. Say ‘hi’, Ellie.
Cheap Airbnb in Hua Hin, Thailand
See, I told you it was nice, new, comfortable… and a steal, in my opinion.
We’ve especially been enjoying the strong AC (and fan), smart TV, new mattress & linens, swimming pool, nice view, and easy walk to restaurants, mall, and the beach.
All of it for $280 a month! And that includes the Airbnb booking fee, a cleaning charge, and electric, water, and internet services.
We’ve said before, one way to cut costs during slow travel – especially as inflation kicks in – is to rent studio apartments instead of larger places. This month we’re taking our own advice!
Finally, thanks to the low rate, and even with Ellie’s medical expense, we expect to ‘on budget’ for our month in Hua Hin — a welcome happenstance after overspending throughout the COVID crisis time.
As always, be thankful and generous, happy trails & more beer.
Life is NOW!
Thanks for reading, “Cheap Airbnb in Hua Hin, Thailand.”
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