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Ninh Binh Valley Homestay

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#12 of 142 Specialty lodging in Ninh Binh
Ninh Binh Valley Homestay is an ideal place for tourists who love the beauty of nature .Homestay built in a large valley of quiet countryside. One large lake in valley to the bamboo house beside the lakeshore. Around the covered by the mountains. Coming to Ninh Binh Valley Homestay you will have a broad space of a valley filled with the beauty of nature.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Free breakfast
Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Non-smoking rooms
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The view in this hostel is wonderful. We stayed two nights in the huts and it was very nice to stay there. It’s simple: just a bed and a mini fridge, but provided with everything we need (even a mosquito net) and the shower was also provided with towels etc. One evening, it rained very hard, but the huts can handle this ;). The family was super friendly, you could ask anything. The way to the hostel is indeed quite ‘bumpy’, but our grab made it to the entrance and when we left they drove us theirselves to the point where our bus would pick us up. We could also rent motorcycles there. I would definitely recommend it!
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The reason this place is great is the view. Can't beat waking up to that view of the lake and mountains. Definitely feels like Vietnam an iconic image. The rooms were good, beds were big and comfortable. Food was just ok, would like some more choices on the menu but hey it was still ok. One recommendation would be path lights from the restaurant/breakfast area to your cabins. At night its impossible to see the path without a light and there are all kinds of animals around. Some path lights would be a great help.
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We booked our stay at valley homestay one week before we arrived. We were really looking forward staying at this accommodation situated in between the stunning rocks. Once we arrived at the hotel, after a 3hour bus ride, we called the hotel owner because we couldn’t see the accommodation. The hotel owner told us we had to walk 2km (he told us our taxi driver can’t reach the accommodation as the road leading to the accommodation is too narrow) with all of our luggage, in 40degrees to reach the accommodation. They were saying normally they have scooters to pick up their guests and bring them to the accommodation but today they didn’t. They didn’t even wanna send someone to help us carry our luggage. After we told him we won’t walk 2km with each a 20kg bag in 40degrees, the hotel owner didn’t wanna understand and started screaming in the phone and refused to cancel our booking and would charge us when we told him we’d only stay if they picked us up. We refused doing the walk so we decided to look for a different stay. Later that day, we hired a scooter and decided to go and take a look at the accommodation. The walk to the accommodation was definitely longer than 2km without any shade. We drove with our scooter for over 15minutes to reach the accommodation. Once we got there, we saw there were plenty of scooters. Such a pity of the management because the accommodation is surrounded by this beautiful nature. I would NOT recommend you staying there. Luckily until today they didn’t charge is for the accommodation.
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We had a wonderful time here. We loved the bamboo hut. We loved the simplicity. It is very basic, but that's its charm. When you are standing in the shower there is very little between you and the lake as there are relatively few slats in the wall! But it's completely private, and you feel very close to nature, almost as if you were camping. The restaurant menu is fairly simple, but that was fine with us. We rode bicycles every day, but the road leading to the Homestay is very bumpy and you do have to be prepared to cycle some distance to get to the interesting places. The cycle to Mua Cave is worth doing (we need to use Google Maps to navigate there), and we also managed to find a route along the river at Tam Coc to visit various pagodas en route. Nearby are beautiful paddy fields. The lake is beautiful - we took photos of the rocks, the lake, chickens and goats, and adjoining paddy fields. We enjoyed watching the heron who was fishing every day. But it's a "simple" view, so not for someone who wants a very active, changing view to photograph like you would get if you were overlooking a busy River. No one swam in the Lake and although I like to swim wherever possible, I would not want to swim in the Lake. And remember that Tam Coc is sometimes called Halong Bay on land, so this is not for someone who wants a very contrasting landscape following a visit to the Bay, although here you have a lake and paddy fields and you can cycle around!
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What a way to wake up overlooking the beautiful mountains and lake. While listening to all the monkeys and other wildlife echoing through the forest! Is was so cool! Each little hit has it's own bath room, fridge, 2 double beds with mozzie nets, and a balcony to over look the mountains. The rooms are basic, but you defiantly get value for money and have every thing you need. I highly recommend hiring a bike and riding into Tamcoc to take a ride down the river one the boats and then go and vist the lying dragon viewpoint. Thank you for having us!
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$22 - $78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
VietnamNinh Binh ProvinceNinh Binh
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