My husband and I stayed here last night, they are incredibly welcoming. We enjoyed delicious, homecooked Vietnamese food with the whole family! The room was very clean and comes with A/C and wifi. They have a western-style shower and bathroom, but you are welcome to try showering as Vietnamese do, they will teach you! Tran speaks very good English and teaches it to many of the local children, so they were eager to come over and say Hello when they saw us. It felt like a family get together when we were there. I would highly recommend this homestay to anyone, especially if you're looking for a memorable...
It is a very outhentic stay, where you are surrounded by a typical Vietnamese family, as well as very nice selfmade Vietnamese food, which they collect from their own garden. Interesting too see all these typical things that you will miss out on if you don't stay. If all these interesting things and 700k Dong for two people including dinner and breakfast is alright for you, it's worth staying the night! Cheers and thanks again to the family!
We have been Dong Du village with our kids on Juin 2017. That was an absolutely beautiful village. Please try one day tour. That was with many cultural activities included. Must be good for kids. And lunch was delicious. But best one was guide Lap. He was so kind and very helpful. We miss him and village. Highly recommend!
We just returned from an August trip to Vietnam and on reflection the homestay in Dong Du Village was a highlight of our trip. Our guide made the experience seamless from the time she met our van. Lap grew up in the village and knows 95% of the people there. It was interesting to hear what the side conversations she had with folks in the market or on the street were about. He is amazing, smart and knowledgable. We stayed in the Tran house. The family was friendly and the rooms spacious and had air conditioning. The house was situated on a beautiful street with a rice paddy on the other side.