Before the modern bridge (2009), connecting Ben Tre and My Tho, this guesthouse was situated perfect for tourist arriving in Ben Tre, because the questhouse is nearby the old ferry dock, and from the ferry it was only ten minutes walking. Nowadays, if you use public transport, from Ben Tre main bus station to the guesthouse is around 10 km. But, if you call the guesthouse, they will pick you up for free. Even better, let them talk with the bus driver, and they pick you up from the nearest bus stop. The questhouse rooms are simple, ranging in price from 6 dollar to 20, depending on if the room has airco, windows, hot water. Don't expect any luxury. The guesthouse is somewhat remote from the small village, surrounded by canals and coconut trees; the atmosphere is just peaceful and rural, very relaxing. We found it a very nice contrast to Vietnams bigger cities and crowded tourist places. They organize tours through the Meking Delta. We did a small tour by boat, which was ok and typical vietnamese. Prices for the tours are higher then mass tourist deals you get in Ho Chi Minh, ofcourse, but you get a personal tour with private local guide(s). The food is nice, and the elephant ear fish is famous. The menu does not always contain prices, but prices are suited for backpackers, and tea is for free, always, including the tea you get on arrival. One of the other reviews says that you have to be careful not to pay too much; we did not recognize that at all and were pleasantly surprised with the bill. On check out we got a free bottle of water for in the buss, and a hug, where else do you get that? Bicycles are for free as well, including a map, and it's lovely to cycle through the rice and coconut fields. Don't take the main road to Ben Tre though; it's very crowdy and boring. If you want to explore more you can rent a motorcycle as well. So, if you want a quiet place to re-energize and relax, without spending lot's of money for luxury, this is where you want to be.