*The rates include one way transfer service, electricity and water* 4 Pavilions for sleeping, dining and relaxing along with a private swimming pool Summitra Pavilion Villa No. 5 is set in 400 sq. metres of tropical, landscaped garden to give you an immediate feeling of relaxation. The villa also offers privacy in that no other property overlooks it. You will certainly make the most of the private swimming pool, covered Sala for relaxing in the shade and the spacious outdoor terrace with its dining area. This terrace blends easily into the pavilion which is your open plan living space and contains a fully fitted and equipped kitchen, indoor dining suite and lounge with TV and DVD player. The remaining two pavilions are home to the 3 en-suite bedrooms. Your master suite is in its own pavilion, and along with a comfortable double bed and furnishings there is an indoor bathroom as well as a private outdoor bathing area which puts you at one with nature. The other 2 en-suite bedrooms are in the final pavilion, but are not adjoining. This means privacy for all guests. The first bedroom comes equipped with a double bed and indoor en-suite bathroom and the second with twin beds, an indoor en-suite bathroom and an outdoor shower area. Once again, nature is calling for those who require it. Long, relaxed days are sure to be a strong theme while staying here, but for those who are feeling energetic, the estate has a tennis court which is free to use. Racquets and balls are hired at a reasonable fee from the estate office. Less energetic but no less entertaining will be your walk from the villa to the beautiful Choeng Mon Beach. This is one of Samui’s most upmarket but best kept beach gems. Relaxing on the sand, swimming in the safe and inviting waters and opting for the odd beach massage are pleasures which await. Calm and relaxed yet within easy reach of Samui’s Hot Spots Summitra Pavilion Villa No. 5 gives you perfect peace and quiet for as long as you need, but with its private parking spaces and ease of access there is a good chance you will hire a vehicle. When you do so you will be less than 10 minutes to Chaweng which is Samui’s busiest resort and offers everything from souvenirs to night life, your other alternative is to travel a little further along the coast to Lamai which is the islands second busiest resort. Things are quieter here and you will always find a spot on the long stretch of beach to relax on. There is a decent choice of eateries and bars to enjoy here before you return to your peaceful tropical abode.