Make your dream of freedom come true – Hua Hin is an excellent location. The demand for high-quality houses is very high. Hua Hin is a relatively small city but offers great shopping, restaurants, entertainment and has awesome beaches. Originally a fishing village, Hua Hin has grown to be a modern community while still holding onto the traditions of the past. The city is clean and safe, home to the summer palace of the King of Thailand.
Modern design meets elegance and beauty. 3 Bedrooms allow a family with children to enjoy the privacy of an own Villa with Private Pool (6×12 Meter). The open luxurious Siemens Kitchen, dining and living room offer a unique lifestyle experience.
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Number of Dogs — Do you want to put a limit on the number of dogs to be at the property at one time? Two dogs is a reasonable limit for many homes, and will help keep your property cleaner and in better shape.
Weight Restrictions — Do you want to put a weight limit on pets in your home? For those who prefer small dogs only, a common limit is 40 lbs.
Housebroken — Do you want to require that dogs be housebroken? This helps avoid indoor accidents in a new, unfamiliar environment.
Furniture — Do you want to allow dogs on the furniture? Though this is a difficult policy to enforce, you can recommend that guests bring a dog bed/pillow if necessary.
Waste Cleanup — Absolutely essential. Be sure to require that guests remove their pets’ waste in the yard and surrounding areas.
Leash Policy — Does your HOA have restrictions on leashed dogs in the community? If so, fees for violations will be passed on to you, so be sure to include this in your policy.
Flea/Tick Policy — Do you want to require that dogs be on tick and flea prevention? Some owners prefer to take these measures to ensure that their property stays pest-free.
No burning candles. The easiest way to enforce this rule — don't provide candles! If you decorate your home with a lot of candles and are then forced to post anti-burning signs all over the place, what's the point?
Maximum/minimum temperatures. Sure, you can tell your guests over and over again not to lower the A/C past 74 degrees, but if they're in your home in the middle of a heat wave, there's really not much you can do — UNLESS you install a tamper-proof thermostat to keep that temperature set exactly where you want it.
Hot tub settings. Similarly, if you prefer to regulate the settings on your hot tub, you can purchase a programmable hot tub thermometer so that it will not go above the maximum safe water temperatures.
No long distance phone calls. The easiest way to prevent your guests from using your landline for long distance calls is to purchase a blocker through your local phone company for a small charge. Just be aware that these blockers are not too easily turned on and off once they're set up.
No glasses on the coffee table. Don't want water stains on your coffee table or end tables? Instead of threatening your renters with fines and penalties, just put out a few coasters. Simple as that.
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