The hares have reserved 25 rooms, but book rooms by 15 June as we will have to return the unused rooms to the hotel then.
Rates include breakfast for 2 people/room:
Note: children under 12 years old sharing a bed with their parents are free of charge, up to a maximum of one child per one room.
Saturday lunch buffet is B250 and includes:
Saturday dinner buffet is B300 and includes:
Please book your meals with your room.Book now
Tamas B, Sara 'Likes it Rough' M, and Richard 'Right Arsehole' F
The Saturday ride will include pushing your bike up hill for upto 15 minutes dependant on your fitness. (It is advised you take your time here so you can enjoy the forested hill top views which are a big part of the Saturday ride). There is a shortcut home along the road, which is mostly down hill. The ride is mostly made up of farm tracks, connected by some single track riding. There are also options to cut some corners and shorten the 42km ride.
Sunday is much less hilly and we hope, accessible for all types of riders. The whole ride will be around 22 km's, with a number of opportunities for riders to take shortcuts directly back to the resort. The ride itself starts out pretty flat and gets hillier and prettier later on.
From downtown Bangkok, take any expressway in the direction of Dao Khanong and take Rama 6 bridge across the river. Continue on highway 35 until the end (just past KM-marker 83) and exit left to highway 4, direction Phetburi (going south). Zero odometer when exiting 35 to go on 4 and follow instructions below.
The drive should take 1.5 hrs, this is dependent on the time you leave and can take longer.
It is possibly worth checking google to get a better estimate, so there are no surprises.
Google Maps directions may deviate from the Hares misdirections due to traffic, construction areas, ...