Just ran across this and reminded me that I had stayed here a few years back. The covered parking area next to your room was a nice touch, as it rained all night and our bikes were dry in the morning, and parked right next to the room door. When we were there, khao tom was included for breakfast. K. Manat, seeing that he had two farang guests, went out the night before and bought bread so that he could serve us toast and jam in the morning. Personally, I would have preferred khao tom over the standard issue Thai white bread, but it was really a nice touch and K. Manat is a great host. It was also very quiet and peaceful there - nice for a good snooze.
Not sure if it's still the case, but the sign at the entrance of the soi leading to the resort was only in Thai script at the time. If you don't read Thai, you might have to ask around.
THB 400 bungalows, A/C, Wi-Fi, hot water, TV. Perfect spot to relax along Phu Chi Fah to Nan route and vice-versa.
Gina, the girl on the right is the owner. English teacher, single and lonely. She actually drove me with her car out for dinner at restaurant near some small lake, very kind of her. At that time I was the only guest at the resort.
A couple of other options posted for Chiang Kham.
For some reason there doesn't appear to be a lot showing on the internet, but in town for the Tai Lue festival I cruised around a few sois & found a couple of nice value or money ones.
The Tai Lue Resort
"down town across the river."
Jurgen stayed here & it was good value for money.
They have bungalows & rooms
price was 600-1,000 baht at festival time.
The adjoining rooms are cheapest & you can park right outside if you get a ground floor room.