|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
The beach house completed in November 2012. It is 138 square feet and has three bedrooms with double beds. The villa is tastefully decorated with black tiled floors and white painted walls.
There are three bedrooms each with a double bed, bedside tables, spacious closet with sliding doors and AC. The villa is equipped with two bathrooms both fully tiled with light gray floor and white walls and a walk-in shower, sink and toilet. Villa is also equipped with a washing machine.
Kitchen / living room has an open-plan space and panoramic windows overlooking the beautiful view. The kitchen is of a high European standard with kitchen fan, gas stove, convection oven, microwave and integrated fridge and freezer from Siemens. Cutlery, plates, glasses and utensils are for 10 people. There is also a kettle and rice cooker in the house. Bed linen and towels are also available.
The house has a large patio with private pool 8x4 meters right on the beach where the sea begins some twenty meters below.
Outdoor furniture in the form of an eight-seat tables with attached chairs and sun loungers and parasols are available to the patio.
Books and cards are available to borrow and use during their stay.
Internet at a cost of about 5 dollars per week.
Stereo with the opportunity to engage in such iphones in the house.
This is a fabulous villa with all the amenities you need positioned right on a stretch of a beautiful beach. The villa itself is beautifuly furnished and both Tony and Sara were fantastic offering great customer service. It was a great experience to be able to see the real Vietnam and the locals were so friendly. Visiting the local market is a must. Thank you Tony and Sara for a great few days.
Thank you ”TonySarah” (as the villagers call you) for a great week with extraordinary hospitality in a truly unique house. The solitude on the beach in January is very special. We understood the locals think it is to cold for beach life, but for northern Europeans it was paradise. Nice bodysurfing in the ocean, collecting wonderful sea shells and speniding time by the private pool. The service from housekeeper Lane and her cooking, which we chose to enjoy, was first class. Her charming daughter Bi Hay, 6 years old, was great company for my 9 year old son. Another highlight during our stay was the motorcycle ride out on the peninsula, through stunning villages, green rice fields and finally picnic by the rock formations. The little wooden bridge is a little nerve wrecking to pass, but a fantastic memory. As was the trip to Tuy Hoa with our hosts. We will surely come back. Thank you again for nice memories. Petter, Marianne and Malte
From the moment I made my initial enquiry regarding this villa, Sara couldn't be more helpful and in fact, if it wasn't for her guidance/advice I'm not 100% sure if we would have made it to Vietnam.
We arrived & Chut and Loi (the local family looking after the property) were there to welcome us. It was lovely & within a day my kids were playing with the local kids on the beach, even though none of them spoke each other's language. The first 10 days were fabulous, we rented the motorbikes and explored all over from the neighbouring towns to the local markets. It was fantastic and a magical experience culturally. I LOVE, LOVE LOVED it! Chut cooked us the most amazing food too.
Unfortunately there were a few issues, being the following:
The pool went green twice and the first time Loi drained the whole pool, cleaned it & refilled it for us as the owners were not there. The down side to that is that we lost 1.5 days of leisure/pool time (the 1st time & 1 day the 2nd time but because we left early). In 35 to 38 degrees celcius, it was not pleasant without it as we used it daily to cool off. Vietnam was HOT!!! My kids got stung in the sea (jellyfish or something) on numerous occasions so that wasn't an option! As the air conditioning in the living area (lounge/kitchen) does not have the capacity to cool the house down properly, it was like living in a furnace which was unbearable. The pool went green again 2 days before we left & the thought of being couped up in the hot house again was not beyond comprehension (we came from the middle east desert to escape the summer heat) so we left 2 days early & probably would have left earlier had it not been for us having to pay for double accommodation. It was sad as we absolutely loved our time there, the people are so friendly, food is stunning, everything is so cheap - it really is an outstanding place to go. Saying that, we found the responsibility of the house quite a burden as we went on holiday to be carefree/relaxed & with the above problems and a few other minor issues, it sort of became a hassle for us.
Sara and Tony were accommodating regarding the problems.
I would still definitely recommend the villa as a holiday destination as long as you are aware it's remote and VERY hot in August with an inadequate air conditioner in the lounge - 2 out of the 3 rooms were cooled perfectly! We loved Vietnam so much that we can't wait to go back!
Perfect. Amazing. Above and beyond. Those are a few of my comments to friends when they asked about my stay in Vietnam. The beach house was perfect. Fully stocked with all the amenities, spotlessly clean, comfortable bed and furniture, and looked like a 5 star hotel.
I will admit, I don't really see much need for the pool, because the beach was so amazing. Not only was the beach my back yard (or front yard depending on your perspective), but it felt like my own personal beach. From watching the sun rise in the morning, cooling off during the peak of the day, or watching the sun disappear into the mountains, I had the beach to myself. Even my comments here can't explain how great it was.
The surrounding area is also great. The locals were extremely friendly and the food was great, especially the sea food. Local squid and Cobia were the best, evidently that was what they were catching when we were there.
Tony and Sara were so much help. From helping settle in with shopping and basic orientation to cool things and places to go, they went above and beyond in order to make sure our stay was all it could be. I can't even explain how Chu (sorry if I spelled it wrong) is an awesome cook!!! She taught me a few trick I have already used.
The only real negative I have to admit is that the Vietnam heat is no joke. Bring extra sun screen. The AC unit in the bedroom was critical, but the constant breeze off the ocean ensured that we had natural AC in the house throughout the day. Beyond that, bring flip-flops for walking on the outside tile when you go to the beach. Dang, I wish I was there now...
Thank you Tony, Sara, and Chu!!!
This house is the perfect way to beat the crowds and spend some time in the "real" Vietnam. It is situated in a small fishing village on a nice stretch of beach. It is however not a problem to spend a week or more here chatting to Tony/Sara, the ladies at the local market or rent a scooter/bike to cruise the countryside.
Don't forget to have the maid cook lunch for you. The perfect way to taste some good real local food.
Thank you Tony and Sara for being wonderful hosts. The week in your house was the perfect start of our vacation on Vietnam.
We arrived after few days of travel and we enjoyed the quiet living in the villa and surroundings. It is a perfect place to take a rest after the stress of the big Vietnamese cities. The villa is just few steps from the sea, unfortunately we were not so lucky with the weather, but the beach is amazing.
Sara and Tony were really nice, giving us advice and always helping us. It would be good to be back!
Fra e Katya
Ganh Do is the small fishing village in the province of Phu Yen with panoramic views of the South China Sea. Residents are 1000's and the majority have fishing as their main occupation. In the village you will experience guaranteed to be genuine and simple Vietnam where it is today's goods on the market in the morning. Try gladly eat and have a coffee on the few and simple but very tasty small restaurants and cafes in the village. Although it is a small village one can find most things such as water , beer, soft drinks and even telephone and internet cards.
The village has a Pagoda, that is a Buddhist temple with a really nice garden where the monks grow much of their food as they are vegans . Pay a visit to the temple and it´s very nice monks when you get there. Remember that your dress fitting for the visit.
Nereby the village is also a difficult to explain natural phenomena that confused many experts called Ganh Da Dia is octagonal rocks that rise from the sea. The rocks are probably the village's most famous brand for its fish sauce .
Otherwise, it is you yourselves that sets limits to what you want to do, a motorbike ride along the coast to hunt for the ultimate paradise bay attracts some while others are content with a coffee in one of the village's cafes.
There are two major cities nearby, Tuy Hoa (40 km south) and Quy Nhon (60 km north). Both cities have airports , train and bus station and there are regular flights / trains and buses to get there from both Hanoi and Saigon. Both cities also have larger supermarkets where you can find most things even a little Western food. Getting to Ganh Do is quite similar and very easy whether you come from the north or south.
From Tuy Hoa to Ganh Do is about 40 minutes drive that we can help you organize. Do you take there own way nuc mam - Than tan ( Fish sauce - Than Tan ) is the stop you should be looking for, from the sign goes the way down to the house. The flight from Ho Chi Minh to Tuy Hoa takes about 1 hour and is the fastest, easiest way to get to our house (Vietnam airlines fly every day) .
Along the road to Quy Nhon are some resorts offering spa and massage.
To Nha Trang which is the nearest big tourist city it is 170 kilometers and there you can go by taxi, bus or train. There is a wide range of bars, western restaurants and nightclubs. There are many beach and water activities such as jet skiing, catamarans and screen rides, one can also dive and play golf there.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
1 Jul 2016 - 15 Dec 2016
5 night minimum stay
16 Dec 2016 - 30 Jun 2017
5 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
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