The Hoi An Homestay

Hoi An, 베트남

회원 가입일 Dec 2014

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The Hoi An Homestay

Hoi An, 베트남

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I'm Mike from England and my wife is Hanh from here in Hoi An. We welcome you to our home, to enjoy one of our brand new guest rooms. Each room is en-suite with hot water. Also has a Kingsize bed, Air con,LCD TV, private balcony, wardrobe and a desk with mirror.

Our brand new 3 floor homestay is situated just outside Hoi An town in the tranquil setting of Cam Chau district. Located beside the beautiful and peaceful rice fields, we are only 3 km from Hoi An; just 5 minutes by car or motorbike and 20 minutes by bicycle. We offer restaurant quality home cooked food and a bar with a selection of wines, beers and spirits. You can enjoy your food and drinks at our dining table, on your own private balcony or in our palm tree garden. We offer free Wi-Fi through out the homestay, satelite TV and complimentary bottled water during your stay.

Our passion is to ensure your stay in Hoi An is as relaxing, informative and enjoyable as possible. Our home will truly be your home from home and we strive to ensure you feel welcome and relaxed at all times. We will share our local knowledge and connections with you, so you can discover the real customs and traditions of the local Vietnamese people. Enjoy the wonders of Hoi An Ancient town and surrounding area. We will give you as much or as little guidance as you wish, to ensure your stay in Vietnam is one you will treasure forever.

회원 가입일 Dec 2014

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식사 포함? Yes Meals Yes

흡연자를 허용합니까? Yes Smoking Yes

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집에있는 애완 동물? Yes Pets Yes

공항에서 수거 해? No Pickup No

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우선권 :

Only Breakfast Included.
Smoking allowed outside in garden.


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지역 정보 :

Hoi An, an exceptionally well-preserved example of a traditional Asian trading port, is an outstanding material manifestation of the fusion of cultures over time in an international maritime commercial centre.

The town is a special example of a traditional trading port in South-East Asia which has been completely and assiduously preserved: it is the only town in Viet Nam that has survived intact in this way. Most of the buildings are in the traditional architectural style of the 19th and 20th centuries. They are aligned along narrow lanes of traditional type. They include many religious buildings, such as pagodas, temples, meeting houses, etc., which relate to the development of a port community. The traditional lifestyle, religion, customs and cooking have been preserved and many festivals still take place annually.