Staying at the cutest coastal bed and breakfast in Vietnam, Hoi An Rustic Villa

Jul 15, 2023

Picture this: You step out of your quaint, sunny bed and breakfast to the bright green countryside. You’re about to take a gentle bike ride, lazily waving wildflowers and rice fields flashing past, into the charming ancient town down the street.

You may take a walk on the leafy river, pick up fresh fruit for lunch, or soak in some history at one of the small museums.

This is Hoi An, Vietnam.

Just over a mile from Pacific ocean beaches and the 16th French, Vietnamese, Japanese fusion Ancient Lantern Town, Hoi An Rustic Villa is a dreamy boutique bed and breakfast with just 10 rooms.

At just $30 a night, this is hands down the best B&B I’ve ever stayed in— check it out below!

Our stay at Hoi An Rustic Villa in Vietnam

Hoi An Rustic Villa features gorgeous accommodations, a sun terrace, free (DELICIOUS) breakfast and coffee, an outdoor swimming pool, free Wifi, free bikes, air conditioning, and a garden.

The local family that owns and runs the villa could not be sweeter, helping with everything from directions to hidden gem recommendations to taxis, and the chocolate banana crepes they make guests for breakfast are to die for!

Highlights:

  • Spacious and impeccably clean, luxurious rooms

  • Super comfy beds and pillows

  • Banana crepes and delicious coffee

  • Helpful and friendly family hosts

  • Location, location, location!

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The villa is conveniently located on a quiet street between the beaches and the Ancient Town. It’s close to the must-see attractions while still being tucked away as your own personal little sanctuary.

  • Cua Dai Beach: 1.7 miles

  • Japanese Covered Bridge: 2.3 miles

  • Assembly Hall of Chaozhou Chinese Congregation: 1.7 miles

  • Hoi An Historic Museum: 2 miles

  • Da Nang International Airport: 20 miles

If you’re looking for timeless charm, ethereal nature, authenticity, and slow beaches, Hoi An is unmissable. You can take unique basket boats out on the river, explore the Ancient Lantern Town, and enjoy a different take on Vietnam’s famous bahn mi sandwich at every street corner for less than $1.

Book Hoi An Rustic Villa

Book Hoi An Rustic Villa here (no prepayment required!) and don’t forget to check them out on Tripadvisor.

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