Another beachside backpackers hangout
What we say:
All bungalows here come with TV, fridge and hotwater. There are two kinds of bungalow -- older looking wooden buildings with thatched roofing or newer cream painted concrete villas. Both are very reasonable, offering basic interiors and a satisfactory bathroom. The guesthouse poses an interesting dilemma when choosing a room -- take the ones nearer the sea and they only have a fan, further back and they are equipped with air-con -- both are the same price. The real draw here is the peace and quiet. It's a good place to lose yourself in a book for a few days, and the owner is friendly too. Forget about the noise and distraction from down the road as well, Bein Dua is well away from all that. They also have a travel agency out front, and Internet -- the latter however is not free.
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Contact details:136 Nguyen Dinh Chieu St, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet. T: (062) 3847 241
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Bungalow fan private b'room||15 USD||15 USD||Sea view|
|Bungalow air-con private b'room||15 USD||15 USD||Garden view|
Added to Travelfish on: 11th January, 2007
Last visited or updated on: 21st November, 2011
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Rated 2.5 out of 5
Based on 2 ratings and 2 reviews
Peaceful and green
We stayed here for three nights over Christmas and were confronted with inflated prices due tot he holiday season. But the peace and quiet and the lovely setting were worth the extra money,the room was very comfortable,clean and bright with a terrace outside looking out onto the garden. The manager was very helpful,the restaurant serves some good meals. Only drawback: there's no real beach, only a flight of steps leading down into the water.
Bien Dua reviewed by Goldylocks (Total reviews: 3) on
Beware this place
Arrived here on the 9th Jan 2010 to find no aircon, no fridge, shower didnt work. All these things we were told would be there. Even on there website it says all bungalows have aircon! this is a lie. When we approched the staff about this the only girl who spoke english was very rude. We said we were leaving and she said pay one night or you wont get your passports back. Discusted at the service we stayed one night and checked out the next morning (early) there is plenty of cheap and much more comfortable place in Mui Ne then this dump. Lee Stickland Emma Newhook
Bien Dua reviewed by leemancini (Total reviews: 1) on
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