Bungalows Closed in Low Season 1st June - 3rd October
Time For Lime's cozy budget bungalows both AC and fan, are located behind the Cooking School in a nice garden. It’s only a few seconds walk down to the beach. Time for Lime is an Animal Lovers paradise as we take care of at the moment 11 rescue cats and 1 rescue dog..
Those who enjoy staying here are people who appreciate a small, creative, personal, funky atmosphere, great food & drinks, groovy music and who have compassion for animals.
All Rooms have: Free Wifi, refrigerator, fan, mosquito-net, bathroom Eco Thai flush toilet, hot shower, working desk, small balcony with hammock and benches. 5 bungalows have AC.
One or more friendly rescue kitties will be more than happy to keep you company on your balcony or in your room at night if you wish, let us know and we will explain where to get fresh kitty litter trays and give instructions to follow. Free body fitness walking one or more of the rescue dogs. We have 48 more rescue dogs at the animal centre and over 50 cats too. All animals at Time for Lime and the animal centre are up for adoption, which is by the way much more easy AND cheaper that you think.
If you like a little “alone time” in the morning, you’ll like it here as you help yourself to your own healthy breakfast consisting of muesli, yogurt (sometimes homemade), fresh fruit, toast, hardboiled egg, a selection of juices, milk, coffee, tea, butter, jam, and wholewheat bread.
The breakfast corner is set up for self-service between 6am – 11am.
Mosquito coils are available in the rooms and you can refill your drinking water bottles for free, to save the environment. We change bed linen and towels on request for the same reason. The bungalows will be cleaned every 2-3 days. Trash will be emptied every day. Our bungalow guests gets a one-time 200 baht discount on our cooking classes.
The bungalows are suited to 2 people maximum but we also have 4 air-con bungalows that have a small sleeping loft for 1 child over the age of 6. If you’re a big family, we recommend two bungalows. They’re very near each other.
Unfortunately Koh Lanta is no longer an untouched island. Many resorts have problems with disco noise, whereas we are near the local fisherman boats and the small road they use to go to work (very early in the morning), which is behind the bungalows. Some guests have no problems with this whatsoever, while other light sleepers do. Please take this into consideration if you would like to book with us, we want you to have a pleasant stay.
Those who enjoy staying here are people who appreciate a small, creative, personal, funky atmosphere, great food & drinks, groovy music and who have compassion for animals. If this is you, then this is the place to be! If you prefer top-notch western flush toilets and TV, then this is not the place to be.
PS. I am a true animal lover. By staying here you help to support Lanta Animal Welfare. If you don’t share this compassion you may want to stay somewhere else.
Welcome, old and new guests, to my “home”!
I am usually at Time for Lime between 10am and 6pm most days if you need any help with anything please ask me. Outside of those hours I can be contacted via email or you can ask our staff.
Hey everyone, my name is Jack and I am the Front Office Manager at Time for Lime bungalows in Koh Lanta. I live in Lanta with my Thai wife (Nattee) and our 21 month old daugher Keira.
We have lived here for four years now, so have a lot of knowledge of the island that we would like to share with you.
We love to eat out and Lanta has some fantastic restaurants. Please ask me for my favorites.
When I have a day off my favorite thing to do is take a walk down the beach and watch the sunset with my two girls.