5 charming Hoi An homestays for the national holidays

VOV.VN - Heron House, An Bang Beach Hideaway Homestay, and Old Yellow House, are some of the attractive destinations waiting for travellers to Hoi An over the long holidays for Liberation Day (April 30), and May Day (May 1).

Set among lush green fields, Heron House is a perfect place for couples to relax. The house has three rooms, each with its own balcony and many windows to let the sunlight and fresh breeze flow through.
Visitors can relax in the swimming pool or cook their own food in a well-equipped kitchen. A room costs US$120 per night on normal days, and US$140 per night during the holiday season.
An Bang Beach Hideaway Homestay has beautifully-decorated rooms with garden views.
The colour theme of the homestay uses white as a key colour, with accents of green, yellow, and blue, and natural wood finishes. There are multiple choices for tourists to stay: Coco Villa, Beach Hideaway Villa, An Bang Retreat, and Dolphin House. A room costs US$100 per night.
Hoi An Lemongrass Homestay is situated beside large green fields, providing tourists with a peaceful atmosphere of rural life. All of the furniture is made from wood, and white is the main colour used throughout the house.
The homestay is a good choice for couples looking for a peaceful romantic break. A room costs US$40 per night.
Under The Coconut Tree Hoi An Homestay is just a 3 minute walk from An Bang beach. All of the rooms are made from bamboo. Tourists can enjoy outdoor activities including barbecuing, lighting campfires, and hiring bicycles to discover the surrounding area.
The homestay is popular among many foreign tourists. A room costs US$30 per night.
Old Yellow House is situated down an alley in the centre of Hoi An City.
Rooms on the upper levels are the most popular, allowing visitors to see sunlight at dawn, or enjoy a cup of tea while watching the sunset. A room costs US$25 per night.

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