About this listing
Overlooking garden at Terrace with full faceilities is Tv, AC, slippers, hot water, kettle, towels, kettle, private bathroom, free wifi internet access, free breakfast, room cleaning daily, welcome drink.
Loc Phat Hoi An Homestay is a local Vietnamese Family run business. My family, my two boys, my husband and me love to have people all over the world around us and therefore we opened The Loc Phat Hoi An Garden Villa since 2010. As I have been working for many years in the hotel industry you will not only have the change to chatting and sharing cultures to get experiences as well a high standard service.
Known as Faifo to early Western traders, from the 17th to 19th centuries Hoian was one of Southeast Asia’s major international ports. Since the Old Quarter of Hoian was listed Culture World Heritage of UNESCO in 1999 . Now, Hoi An has become the highlighted and wonderful charming destination of any trip in Central Vietnam.
Superior with balcony apply for double, single, triple, Twin room with private bathroom, Television(with international channels), Hair dryer, Minibar, Wifi, Writing desk, Kettle, air-conditioning.
You can have a space for rest in Garden and chatting with other guests.
Interaction with guests
All guests will be provided all information of Hoi An and Tours
All guests will be welcomed like member of family.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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Loc Phat Hoi An Homestay - Villa is run by Nguyen Thi Ngoc Linh, or Linh for short, whose family has lived on the same property for 4 generations. It’s named after my sons, Phat (which means development) and Loc (Luck). My roots stretch back to a small fishing village near Hoi An beach, while my husband’s family has lived on the property I now operates from for over a century. Linh claims to have established the first professional homestay in Hoi An and everything I has learned during my time working in hospitality is visible in the day to day going-ons of the Villa. Stay for a night and you will notice the family’s impact on every aspect of life in Loc Phat. Linh’s children, nieces, and nephews run around and play with their toys, my father-in-law stands aged and smiling as security, my sister greets you from behind the reception desk, my sister/brother-in-law serve you a complimentary breakfast, and my aunt will clean your room. In fact every employee of the homestay is a member of the extended family. ”We respect everything we have, because we are very lucky to have it” The homestay is more than just a business for us, it’s a way of life. The Homestay Villa has recently added brand new buildings to its complex, so visitors no longer live within Linh’s home, we have our own beautiful modern private rooms to retire to, all built around the tranquil garden. However interaction with the family is still a large part of the experience, and any guest who wishes to sit down for a chat or simply observe is greeted with open arms and a smile. Linh is an intrepid and well versed cook, and I exhibit my skills for the dinners I enjoys cooking for my guests for someone stay in the Villa are looking forward to have cooking class you will be composed of Cao Lau noodles (made from a secret recipe that is known to only one family in Hoi An), green mango salad, fresh spring rolls, and the famous Hoi An pancakes……….. with Linh for a homecooking class. Linh also takes great pleasure in talking with my guests and spends hours of my day interacting with anyone who has a question or is curious about the Hoi An way of life. I will organize any manner of trip for her visitors, from a excursion to a lantern making shop, a trip to a local market for ingredients used in the cooking class, or mundane things like arranging taxi service to the airport…………etc. The Homestay likes to give back to the community and every year Linh and my husband sponsor the education of two children, one from Linh’s fishing village and one from Hoi An. Since there is no such thing as free public school in Vietnam many children, especially the third or fourth born in any family, are in danger of missing out on a formal education. Linh was one of only five children to go to school in her village, so she has a deep empathy for the plight of uneducated children in the region. In addition the homestay also gives away a bicycle to one lucky child at the end of every year. If you haven’t already gathered we were charmed by Hoi An, Loc Phat Hoi An Homestay Villa, and the family living there and operating it. If you want to experience an authentic slice of Vietnamese life within Hoi An City, book a stay at the Homestay Villa. You will be welcomed to the family with big smiles and open arms