Idyllic homestays in Da Lat fit for any pocket


With Da Lat welcoming back domestic tourists, here are four unique, centrally located homestays that won’t bust your wallet.

Nap Am Homestay

Located on a high slope and hidden deep inside a narrow alley of Da Lat, the homestay was featured on American architectural website Archdaily thanks to its striking design.  The white architecture represents the typical characteristics of this misty city, the U.S. site wrote.
Located on a high slope and hidden deep inside a narrow alley of Da Lat, the homestay was featured on American architectural website Archdaily thanks to its striking design.
“The white architecture represents the typical characteristics of this misty city,” the U.S. site wrote.
Consisting of three floors and an attic, the homestay has a total nine rooms, suitable for groups of 2-4 people. Each room has a balcony.   The homestay is only around five kilometers from Da Lat Market and eight kilometers from Langbiang Mountain.   After a long time of closure due to the pandemic, the homestay resumed operation from Nov. 19. Room rates range from VND1.2 to 2.2 million ($52.89-97) a night.   Address: To Vinh Dien Street, Bach Dang-Ngo Quyen residential area, Ward 6.
Consisting of three floors and an attic, the homestay has a total nine rooms, suitable for groups of two to four people. Each room has a balcony. The homestay is only around five kilometers from Da Lat Market and eight kilometers from Langbiang Mountain. After a long time of closure due to the pandemic, the homestay resumed operation from Nov. 19. Room rates range from VND1.2 to 2.2 million ($52.89-97) a night.
Address: To Vinh Dien Street, Bach Dang-Ngo Quyen residential area, Ward 6.

The LOOP Boutique Hotel & Cafe

Covering 2,000 square meters, the facility officially entered operation last year. In addition to homestay rooms, it also features a cafe and camping site.   Around an eight-minute drive from Da Lat night market, the homestay is surrounded by green trees, attracting many nature lovers.
Covering 2,000 square meters, the facility entered operation last year. In addition to homestay rooms, it also features a cafe and camping site. Around an eight-minute drive from Da Lat night market, the homestay is surrounded by green trees, attracting many nature lovers.

The homestay has 12 rooms overlooking the garden and pine hills of Da Lat.    It has welcomed guests back from the beginning of November with room rates ranging from VND1 to 3 million a night. Drinks cost from VND29,000.   The cafe is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.  Address: An Son Street, Ward 4.
The homestay has 12 rooms overlooking the garden and pine hills of Da Lat. After closing for months due to Covid-19, it has welcomed guests back from the beginning of November with room rates ranging from VND1 to 3 million a night. Drinks cost from VND29,000. The cafe is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
Address: An Son Street, Ward 4.

Doi Mot Nguoi (Waiting for someone)

Located on a hill near Prenn Mountain Pass around five minutes from Xuan Huong Lake in downtown Da Lat, the homestay mainly comprises wooden materials.   Surrounded by a coffee garden, the homestay features green trees, a small lake with a glasshouse in the middle. However, it’s not easy for first-timers to reach the homestay as tourists typically have to pass through Prenn Pass, which can be dangerous at times.
On a hill near Prenn Mountain Pass around five minutes from Xuan Huong Lake in downtown Da Lat, this homestay mainly comprises wooden materials.
Surrounded by a coffee garden, the homestay features green trees, a small lake with a glasshouse in the middle. However, it’s not easy for first-timers to reach the homestay as tourists typically have to pass through Prenn Pass, which can be dangerous at times
The homestay only has four small rooms overlooking the pine forests. Room rates range from VND850,000 to 2.5 million a night.   Address: Khoi Nghia Bac Son Street, Ward 10, Da Lat
The homestay only has four small rooms overlooking the pine forests. Room rates range from VND850,000 to 2.5 million a night.
Address: Khoi Nghia Bac Son Street, Ward 10, Da Lat.

J’adore

Located on a mountainous hill separate from residential areas, the homestay is an ideal option for those seeking a peaceful atmosphere.   The homestay resembled a European-style villa with cube-shaped rooms and white-covered facade. It has a 600-square-meter yard suitable for camping, BBQ and outdoor sports.
This homestay on a mountainous hill separate from residential areas is an ideal option for those seeking a peaceful atmosphere. It resembles a European-style villa with cube-shaped rooms and white-covered facade. It has a 600-square-meter yard suitable for camping, BBQ and outdoor sports.
The homestay has 10 rooms fully equipped with amenities. Room rates vary from VND550,000 to 800,000 a night.  Address: A62, Phu Dong Thien Vuong Street, Ward 8.
The homestay has 10 rooms fully equipped with amenities. Room rates vary from VND550,000 to 800,000 a night.
Address: A62, Phu Dong Thien Vuong Street, Ward 8.

San Farmstay

Sàn Homestay is located in central of a very quiet rural and many different ethnic groups living together area. San Homestay is owned by a Tay ethnic family.
Sàn Homestay is located on a two hectar organic coffee farm with gardens and fish ponds. Pine Hills around

https://www.facebook.com/SanfarmstayLamDong/. No. 34 – Chơ Ré – Đa Quyn – Đức Trọng – Lâm Đồng (215,06 km)
Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng Xem đường đi 0868 206 929

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By Khanh Tran for E.VNExpress.net

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