North Samui villas for rent

North Samui boasts a laidback, family-friendly setting and easy accessibility to attractions and local amenities. The main coastal areas located in the north are Mae Nam, Bang Po and Ban Tai, while the towns of Bang Rak, Bo Phut and Choeng Mon are situated in the northeastern part of the island.

Our North Samui villas cater to an array of travel needs. One bedroom villas are ideal for couples and honeymooners, while smaller groups and families may opt for a three or four bedroom vacation rental.

Looking to plan a large group getaway, yoga vacation or team event? Our six or seven bedroom properties are ideally kitted out for these retreats. Each villa offers a full range of modern amenities, like a private pool, fully equipped kitchen, landscaped gardens and impeccable guest services, so you’re never left wanting for more during your holiday.

Restaurants, cafes and beach bars are located within close proximity to your villa. If you’re residing in Mae Nam, we’d recommend dining out at Kobori Japanese Restaurant, La Bonne Franquette, Farmer Restaurant and Bar or the atmospheric The Boudoir. Round out your evening with a nightcap at Taksin Lounge, an elegant venue with live music performances.

The dining scene differs in Bang Po; here, it’s all about digging into some of the tastiest seafood dishes on the island. The setting at these establishments may be casual and unfussy, but the food promises to wow diners. Case in point: Haad Bang Po was named ‘best beach restaurant in the world’ by Travel + Leisure.

Hang out with friends and family at Mae Nam Beach, a stretch of white sand coast that frames the glimmering ocean. Or head out west to the beaches of Bang Po and Ban Tai; both venues are free from the crowds, and boast stunning coastlines.

About 15 minutes’ walk from Mae Nam Beach is Mae Nam walking street. Held every Thursday evening, the outdoor market offers a great family experience with its lively atmosphere and bustling street food and souvenir stalls. We’d also recommend unwinding with a spa treatment at Belmond Napasai, a luxury spa venue, joining in a yoga class at The Yogarden Samui or trying your hand at whipping up Thai cuisine at Island Organics. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy ziplining through the lush, unspoilt rainforests of Samui at Canopy Adventures Secret Falls.

You’re located about 20 to 30 minutes’ drive from key cultural attractions like the Big Buddha, Wat Plai Laem, Hin Ta & Hin Ya Rocks and the Samui Cultural Center. Villa vacationers who enjoy a vibrant party scene may take a 20-minute drive to Chaweng Beach, as the nightlife in North Samui tends to be mellow and subdued, with beach-goers unwinding with cocktails and live music at seafront venues. For exception freediving and scuba diving, hop onto a ferry boat off Mae Nam Pier to the island of Ko Tao. The ride lasts a duration of about an hour and 45 minutes.