We stayed in Haven for a week in August 2013 ( my husband,13 year son and I) It really is the most idyllic and beautiful place and we're yearning to go back there! We found plenty to do, apart from swimming and boating we walked up to a waterfall and had an amazing massage in a small health spa at the other end of the beach. After each adventure we were welcomed back at Haven with ice cold beers or a gin and tonic and the most delicious food , shared by all at communal supper times. Just writing this review is maing me want to book flights immediately!! We travelled from North to South and arrived in Quy Nhon by overnight sleeper train - that was quite an experience - make sure to book a sleeper 3/4 days in advance. ( the first class air con carriage is not quite what was expected!!) We loved the location in a small unspoiled fishing village and made firm friends with the local children during swimming lessons in the sea. And fascinating to watch the loacl women playing bingo daily on the sand. All in all a fascinating and fantatci place to be.
The hosts are special as are the rooms - I would recommend to anyone in need of relaxation
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Haven Vietnam is a small friendly beachfront guesthouse and bar with stunning views. Off the beaten track and perfect for relaxing and time out after visiting the busy tourist destinations. Delicious and filling breakfast included in tariff, delicious lunch and dinner menu at Big Tree Bistro next door, sunset cocktails. Comfortable king-size beds and spacious ensuites. Four double rooms and one family room (double bed and two bunks). Come and feel a part of our Vietnamese and Australian family. Come as our guests, leave as our friends. ... more less