Betel Garden Homestay
Out of town escape
What we say:
Betel Garden Homestay scores definite points for its shady gardens and friendly staff, and would certainly be a good place to base yourself if you're after peace and quiet. The rooms are spacious and well-equipped and were recently given a tasteful makeover, giving rooms a minimalist look with tasteful darkwood furniture and local art. The old Jacuzzi has been replaced by a small pool, which can get a little too warm in the hottest months. If you can, avoid the rooms in the main house as they lack character and sit directly above the kitchen, which can get a bit noisy when the breakfast shift arrives. Still, you're paying for the environment and it's a chance to experience a little bit of rural village life not too far from the town. The outdoor restaurant serves meals around the clock, so no need to move very far from your deck chair. It's easy enough to find: follow Nguyen Duy Hieu or Cua Dai towards the beach and turn right onto Tran Nhan Tong. It's clearly signposted from the junction. A taxi into town costs around $4 each way. The homestay also offers free bicycle hire to guests but it's wise to remember that the dirt tracks leading to and from town are not well lit so can get a bit hairy at night.
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Contact details:161 Tran Nhan Tong St., Hoi An. T: (0510) 392 4165 F: (0510) 392 4175
Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Superior - Double||45 USD||45 USD|
|Deluxe- Double||55 USD||55 USD|
Added to Travelfish on: 3rd November, 2011
Last visited or updated on: 21st August, 2013
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