Do you have a plan to travel to Da Lat on this Lunar New Year but still have not found a peaceful homestay like that? So the following 5 names are for you.
Da Lat is an ideal destination for early spring travel, thanks to its beautiful weather and typical poetic atmosphere. If you intend to give yourself and your loved ones a holiday away from the city during the upcoming Tet holidays, the team Dalat eat well and sleep warmly – a group of Da Lat natives with experience traveling in this city up to… “twice a year, once every six months”, will represent ViGuide suggest some particularly rustic and quiet homestays later.
1. Barefoot Village – August 31, 3/4 Street, Ward 3, Da Lat
“Exactly a homestay for the group of people who like “Going into the forest without inviting anyone.” Located deep in the forest (the section at the top of Prenn pass), Barefoot is almost separate from everything outside, only keeping its own beauty. inherently rustic”.
Jute is one of the most unique homestays in Da Lat. Photo: BAREFOOT village.
“If you are a person who is looking for modern comfort, Barefoot will hardly satisfy you need a space to slow down in the midst of busy life, please stop by here – where only the sound of the heart and the wind can be heard.”
2. ÉTÉ – 45 Phan Boi Chau, Da Lat
“It is not necessary to climb between the hills to be peaceful, ÉTÉ still retains its coziness with a simple but delicate decoration with two tones of white and brown. Especially, there is a diverse room system, This will be an extremely suitable destination for a group of friends with gentle style.”
However, homestay will not accept guests on 3 days 10, 11 and 12/2 (29.30 and the 1st of Tet) to celebrate Tet with your family, so you can visit É from the 4th onwards.
3. Garden of the Wind – 3B/4 Tran Hung Dao, Ward 10
“If there is a homestay that makes people fall in love with its name, it must be the Garden of the Wind. Located on Tran Hung Dao Street, the Garden of the Wind is like a little girl nestled in a corner of the city – quietly making friends. With flowers and warm sunshine, the name is Garden of the Wind, but in fact, it is gentler than most people.
“Especially, there is also a cafe here, so if you love daisies, love small huts, remember not to miss this place.”
Blogger Eat Sap Saigon. Photo: @sapblogger.
4. J’taime DaLat – February 14, Khoi Nghia Bac Son, Da Lat
“If there is a place to run the deadline without feeling tired and not bored, I would like to call J’taime DaLat’s name, although few people bring work to Da Lat. And if I have to grade J’taime DaLat on On a 10-point scale, we don’t hesitate to give it a 10/10.”
“Covered with wood and glass windows, J’taime always looks poetic and full of sunshine. The biggest plus is that the kitchen is fully furnished with nothing missing, ready for you. cook whenever you need to.”
5. Le Bleu Da Lat – Ly Tu Trong, Ward 2, Da Lat
“Bleu in French means blue, of course this blue in the homestay is also a very lovely blue.”
“Le Bleu is not only beautiful but also very liberating when every corner of the house makes anyone when they come to be natural… comfortable and happy beyond words. All I need to do is stay awake Get up and step out on this blue balcony to breathe, the rest is for the homestay to take care of.”
The recent homestays, although quite isolated from the city, are still comfortable enough for you to have a “light” Tet holiday, as well as pretty enough for you to save beautiful photos together. If you have other suggestions for some similar homestays, don’t forget to share them ViGuide Please.