Over Bay Seafood Restaurant & Bungalow Resort on Koh Phangan Island
Over Bay Seafood Restaurant & Bungalow Resort is perched on the mountainside, overlooking the beautiful beach of Haad Yao on the west coast of Koh Phangan Island.
There are 11 spacious wood-built bungalows, on stilts, with large balconies with hammocks & en suite western facilities. You can be sure of very private accommodation with spectacular views at reasonable prices, and yet only a few minutes away from the bustle of the beach. The beautifully appointed restaurant, also with marvelous views over Haad Yow Bay, offers a wide range of delicious Thai food. Fresh Fish and Prawns are a specialty here and a range of Pizzas are also available.
When you visit the family run Over Bay you can expect an exceptionally warm welcome and superb hospitality. Open every day 8am till late.
Over Bay Seafood Restaurant and Bungalows
84280 Koh Phangan
Surat Thani – Thailand
phone: +66 77 349 163 :: Ask for Newt or Jah
5 thoughts on “Over Bay Seafood Restaurant & Bungalow Resort on Koh Phangan Island”
Have spent some time at Over Bay in my days on the KPG.
Its a real little island gem.
The family who run this place, do so, in a most charming and caring manner.
The pictures capture some typical views from the restaurant. The rooms are elevated further and you get some blazin sunsets.
If you go, enjoy…………..
Hi Jah & Newt & family It still looks good
great place for chilling
I,ll be back
BOB from Pa Ton’s old house
Spent a week at this amazing little resort in April of 2003. The family that owns this place is amazing! They were so caring and were such gracious hosts. The food was out of this world too. The bungalows quaint and cool.
The beach itself is fantastic. Not many people. Great snorkeling. Bath water temperature. And you’re far enough away from Haad Rin to escape the Full Moon Party crowd.
It’s not that far from Haad Rin Beach either. Just have them call you a taxi (a pickup truck) and hold on tight to the sides as you take a bumpy road across the island.
It was a really nice change of scenery coming from Bangkok and then to the claustrophobia of the Full Moon Party to have some silence up on the hillside bungalows. Ridiculously cheap rates too. But then the US dollar was much much stronger then. I’m going to stay here again when I return to paradise.
Note: No one told me this before I went to the islands, so I’ll tell you now: always have a roll of toilet paper in your backpack. For those of you traveling to SE Asia for the first time, realize that ‘western plumbing’ is still not in full swing in a lot of places. Most times, it’s just porcelain bowl with footplates and you pour water in to flush everything into a septic tank. Some places would rather you not put toilet paper down their tubes; ask if you’re not sure. You can usually tell if there’s a bucket of water with used toilet paper in the corner…that’s a good sign, don’t put it down the drain. This might seem gross to a lot of prissy folks but, seriously, you’ll get over it.
Had Yow, overbay is compleley differant now, ive just come back from there. Its a brand new resort with flashy huts and hotel style accomodation.. never stayed in there as its still under construction, most of Had Yow, even the whole island is going this way. Still hasnt lost its charm though. If you want pics, e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org and i’l send you some..
Jah, Nood and family – HIGHLY recommended – known them for 10+ years – good people – excellent food – nice place.