Happy Guesthouse is a small, family-run place made up of two adjoining properties. The guesthouse and all of the furnishings are made of wood in the traditional Khmer style. A large, shaded balcony and a pleasant garden area with fruit trees and other flowering plants provide quiet places for guests to unwind, either in one of the hammocks, or at one of the tables and chairs. There is a small, shaded outdoor restaurant surrounded by greenery that is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. While Cambodian food is their specialty, they can also prepare a range of European and Asian dishes as well. Staff speak Vietnamese as well as English.
I am Phem Poit (far left) and my wife is Tan Sophy (far right). We have one son and one daughter. They are good students and we are very proud of them. We adopted an orphan (second from left) who works in the guesthouse. She is a good, hard-working, and respectful girl.We have owned this business since 1999. In 2000, my next-door sister moved to Phnom Penh and asked me to transform her house into a guesthouse as well. Now we have two guesthouses which are attached.We are happy to be working in the tourism business. We have met many people from around the world and we enjoy sharing our history with visitors.We are also happy to help visitors in any way that we can. My family treats visitors as family. If you have a medical problem, we will take you to a hospital or call a doctor who can help.Success in our business relies on friendly service and maintaining good relationships with people from different backgrounds. If you want a taste of Cambodian culture, you are strongly encouraged to stay at Happy Guesthouse.