Located at the end of a narrow and earthy path, it is a little confusing to find, but Ms. Hien, a housekeeper, will contact and pick you up. Opposite to the lively atmosphere of Chopai Homestay, Sali’s House is more of a tranquil, relaxing place, 100 meters from the street.
Waking up from this place is like waking up from a light and silvery dream. Its large yard is a perfect place to enjoy tea/coffee in the morning while admiring the beautiful rolling hills in the fresh and delightfully cool air.
What impressed us the most was the charming and cosy interior. Bed is a little hard but there is a heating mattress underneath . Scented candle can be found everywhere in the house, and there is nothing better than snuggling up inside a blanket in a cold night with the scent of cinnamon around. So picturesque! ?
We also love the second bathroom which is separated from the main house. It is spacious, decorated with flowerpots, making us feel like we were lost in a botanical garden. I love the big window looking down to the valley too – First time in my life to experience taking a bath in front of a window 😛
No food and beverage service, but the kitchen has free rice, tea, and coffee as well as all the kitchenware to cook. Market is a few steps away (I would bring food with me though)
Price: 600,000 dong/double room