Sapa la meilleure station pour un séjour, lors de votre séjour avec notre séjour / maison d'hôtes vous pouvez profiter de cocktail local, barbecue familial, le bénévolat, la charité, l'exploration, le trekking, enseigner aux enfants
Nous sommes une grande famille dans notre maison d'hôtes
Équipement de la maison
- Accès Internet
Chambres disponibles à la réservation
A propos du quartier
Est notre chez l'habitant au village de Ta Van Dzay, à 8 km du centre de la ville de Sapa, Sapa appeler The Best Freestay. De cet endroit, vous pouvez voyager à presque un autre village du district de Sapa.
Équipements à proximité
- Centre commercial
- Arrêt de bus
- Gare ferroviaire
Veuillez noter que les hôtes peuvent offrir un petit déjeuné léger dans le prix de la chambre si ils/elles le souhaitent. Tous les autres repas entraîneront des frais supplémentaires. Les repas et leurs règlements se feront comme conclu avec votre hôte.
Compris dans le séjour
- Petit Déjeuner Léger Gratuit
- Utilisation de la cuisine
chez l'habitant GRATUIT toujours disponible si vous souhaitez mesure votre séjour, nous cab fournir des emplois pour gagner de l'argent (si vous demandez) pendant que vous voyagez à Sapa, Vietnam. Il suffit de payer pour les aliments, les boissons, le vélo et la connexion internet.
Il est uniquement permis de fumer à l'extérieur.
Amazing Homestay, so many opportunities to experience local life and go trekking. A nice relaxed atmosphere. Daisy was especially helpful, an exceptional host! Needs a few hammocks and bean bag chairs and it would be perfect.
Sapa is very beautiful there's no doubt about that. However this area is quite expensive for a backpacker or any tourist actually. Water was very expensive everywhere including this guesthouse. The guesthouse is more of a hostel and staff working there aren't family but actually people employed from different areas of Vietnam which isn't a problem but we assumed we were to stay with a family.
I think the most worrying part has to be the 'volunteer guesthouse' they advertise themselves to be. Firstly: we went on a guided trek which involved at least the first 20 min picking up rubbish because the guesthouse 'cares about the environment'. Its not tourists that need to be taught to look after their land it's the locals. There was no speech about what they might do to educate locals and children about this and in fact I had to quiz the guesthouse to really understand what this was all about. Secondly: the horrendous local women that tag along on the trek which isn't a problem if they hadn't cornered all of us at one point to sell some random tat in the middle of nowhere. I was told that because I was spoken to and treated nice I should buy something. When has the world started to exchange conversation with money? Very very sad. The guesthouse has a responsibility to not put tourists in that vulnerable position as it's not fair and should ban these women from coming along.
Thirdly, not only do these women hang around this guesthouse in particular but children also sell this tat which is bloody awful. The hostel is associated with a school where you can volunteer and teach English etc. When I quizzed the girl in charge of the guesthouse about whether her children do weekly rubbish pick ups, her answer was vague. When I asked her where the children selling tat live she said the mountain and that her kids do not do that. A few hours later she was speaking to a local child that she mentioned was her pupil and I noticed she had those tat bags that other kids had to sell to tourists. Basically we weren't completly convinced about their view of the guesthouse and feel there is something not quite right in my eyes.
Also we decided to have a bbq with 7 people which was one of their deals. There was not enough food for everyone and I brought it up but they completely ignored me. We went to see a few friends at another guesthouse the night before and they had the same thing but there was plenty of food and the host was ever so welcoming and included us.
Lastly when we needed her (girl in charge of guesthouse) help to find a legitimate taxi with a meter to take us to sapa she seemed to fear them and had no confidence to persuade them to go on the meter. She was sweet but somewhat useless, I'm sad to say.
I would not recommend this place. If you're going to stay here please do not feel pressured by the local women to buy things as they do not give up.
It was a great experience, even extended for one night extra. The staff was very nice and helpful would definitely advise it to others. Only thing was that my idea of homestay was different than they actual thing. To me this was more like a hostel, but a very good clean one in an amazing location.
THE home stay in ta van, sapa was a amazing experience! THE food is great, the people are very friendly! I you want to visit a Town are do activities like; hiking, Swimming in THE muong river they recommend only THE best ! Thanks!!
This is the best place I've styted in Vietnam. We had great local food bought fresh at the market and cooked daily. Hiked through the region, and we're able to experience daily life living comfortably right in one of sapas villages. I left having become friends with the families, solo travelers, etc that make there way here, as well as becoming great friends with the Vietnamese (mostly travelers themselves) that work there. By the end of the trip we were all trekking and jumping in the river by day, and having fires and dinners together at night. They make a damn good coffee, and play good music as well
I give this place my highest recommendation, and hope to make it back
We would like to thank Mr. Kong and Jami for the great experience we've had at this homestay. We were looking for a real indigenous experience in the Sapa mountains, and we got what we were looking for. The location of the homestay is prime, and Mr. Kong is a great chef! Jami can show you the best places in the valley, for example where to swim and where to hike.
Thank you again Mr. Kong for going the extra mile for us! You are the best! And give Ant a hug for us :)
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