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Sapa Heavenly Homestay

07 Ta Phin, Sapa Vietnam
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#9 of 208 B&Bs / Inns in Sapa
***Please send booking requests or questions to : datsapa at gmail*** Welcome to Heavenly Homestay, which offers you the chance to stay in the middle of a rural village in Northern Vietnam, surrounded by beautiful fields and interesting local culture. We organize all aspects of your stay here, providing fresh, local food (including cooking lessons if you wish!) and guided tours of the local area, as well as further afield. You can also, like past visitors, choose to get involved with the local community, including teaching English to children from the village, and even farming with locals!
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Free parking
Free breakfast
Shuttle bus service
Shared bathroom
24-hour check-in
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Clothes rack
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English, Vietnamese
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Núria R wrote a review Dec 2019
19 contributions4 helpful votes
My partner and I have been on the road for over 2 months so we have a very open mind and some experience in accomodation cost and quality. To begin, we enjoyed the home stay. We enjoyed it because it was authentic and we were with the family for a dinner and with their lovely young kid who was a bundle of energy. For only the second time on our travels have we left an accommodation a little disappointed though. It's simply down to Dat being a bit dismissive and unapproachable. We imagine it's something going on personally but we felt like we were bothering him with any requests, which is not the vibe a host should instill. The cost of the homestay was around 35US for two nights which is ok with breakfast included (crepes both mornings and a coffee). But the extra costs added up. We paid well for a guided tour with lunch en route, but we were charged for the lunch on the final day. We were also charged for the two small bottles of water that were given to take with. We asked Dat could we do some washing and he said yeah no problem, but then he offered to do it for us. We were then charged 15US on the final day for the clothes, another cost that wasn't mentioned. For anyone on a tight budget like us, just make sure you know what is being charged and what's not. Also, we may have caught Dat and his family at a bad time, but otherwise an enjoyable place overall.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Kim Evans wrote a review Oct 2019
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From the moment we arrived, Dat made sure our stay was memorable. We hiked Sapa and ate like kings. Dat welcomed us into his home and shared his Vietnamese lifestyle. His property is beyond belief as his pictures don’t capture the river that runs through it. We will never forget this trip ❤️
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
Emily M wrote a review Oct 2019
256 contributions117 helpful votes
Literally the best decision I’ve ever made. I am a solo traveler and I stayed 2 nights with dat’s family here. He arranged all my trekking guides, food, water, and transportation. The Homestay is in a beautiful location and all of the guides are incredible. Local women all very knowledgeable about the area. When I was feeling unsure about a third day trekking Dat arranged a visit for me to cat cat village. Also the food they serve is amazing!!! If you’re interested in supporting sustainable local tourism don’t look further this is the place to be!!!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
Greg U wrote a review May 2019
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Stayed here for 3 nights as part of a solo trip in Southeast Asia, and Sapa turned out to be my favorite destination I have ever been to while traveling. Dat is a very kind and welcoming host who, with his family (and dog Mickey), did everything they could to make my stay great - has fresh, home-cooked meals throughout my entire stay! Dat arranges all activities for you based on your group size and stay length, which was by far the best part of this homestay - as a local, Dat and my guide Chao May Sieu know SO MUCH about the local area and where to go to deliver the best views and experiences. For example, in just the first day of hiking, I got to try planting rice in the paddies, explored some caves, talked with some members of the Red Dao tribe, was able to watch a Buddhist prayer inside someone’s home, and took an herbal bath all along the way. Also, his newly constructed bungalows look like something out of a fairy tale. Please do yourself a favor and book this homestay now.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Traveled solo
WSouth761 wrote a review Mar 2019
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom12 contributions1 helpful vote
We arrived with trepidation, but were really surprised and pleased with our little bungalows. We were made so welcome, the food was really good and the trekking amazing. our guide Pham Lo May was so informative and we felt it was an honour to be able to visit this amazing place. Lovely large comfy beds with the most cosy woollen quilts, which were needed as nights were really chilly when we visited. The bathroom could have done with a squeegee, as the wet room floor was constantly wet. We can't recommend this place enough. It is away from the really busy Sapa, and we only saw a few other trekkers.
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Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: We had the bungalows rooms 3 and 4
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$19 - $43 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
VietnamLao Cai ProvinceSapa
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sapa Heavenly Homestay
Which popular attractions are close to Sapa Heavenly Homestay?
Nearby attractions include Muong Hoa Valley (3.9 miles), Terraced Rice Fields in Shin Chai Village (0.6 miles), and Relax Bar (4.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Sapa Heavenly Homestay?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, free parking, and shuttle bus service.
What food & drink options are available at Sapa Heavenly Homestay?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Sapa Heavenly Homestay?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Sapa Heavenly Homestay?
Conveniently located restaurants include Aira Sapa Restaurant & Bar, Ninety Pub & Bar, and Moment Romantic Restaurant.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Sapa Heavenly Homestay?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Vietnamese.