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Phu Quoc Accomodation help!

  • trimble

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    4th May, 2009
    Posts: 2

    Hi all,

    Myself and partner are set to travel to Vietnam later in the year, we are looking for accomodation on Phu Quoc over the xmas period. Can anyone make any suggestions/recommendations. We would like to be near/on the beach,(long beach area - or other good beach considered) in a bungalow or similar. We don't like the extreme budget options and so would prefer brick built structure not wood/bamboo at mid range level. We are struggling to find places we like so any advice will assist.
    Many thanks

    #1 Posted: 4/5/2009 - 18:23

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  • brucemoon

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    #2 Posted: 4/5/2009 - 19:55

  • chrispyrolls

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    Two places I can fully recommend are Mai House and Cassia Cottage. Both are smack bang on the beach, Mai House being lovely little stone bungalows and Cassia Cottage more a combination of brick buidings and bungalows.

    You can't go wrong with either of these in my opinion


    #3 Posted: 5/5/2009 - 00:36

  • trimble

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    4th May, 2009
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    Many thanks both - have tried both options suggested, just wondered if anyone knew of any other accomodation not usually listed on the usual - lonely planet, travelfish, trip advisor etc
    thanks again

    #4 Posted: 5/5/2009 - 04:43

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