Surrounded by spacious, peaceful rice fields in the city center, our two-story home is comfortable for families and friends exploring the charm of Lagi. Our guests will love the sunrise, fresh air, huge comfy beds, balcony view, and absolute convenience. Our location is a short walk to the Co-Op Supermarket, coffee shops, and delicious local cuisine. We are just 4 km away from a relaxing retreat at Doi Duong Beach. We are happy to share our hometown and make your stay pleasant and memorable.
“Super peaceful setting, beautiful place with great little touches like towels, soap, water. We loved it. The gate broke when we were there and they came within minutes and had it fixed. 😍”
This is our garden river home that is a relaxing getaway for family outings, picnics, and peace. It's a sweet treat for a romantic partner or a unique destination for your family vacation. We share this with our family and special friends, and we want to share the charm and magic with you as well.
“We stayed in this house for 1.5 months and it became our home. this house has everything you need for a long stay: washing machine, hairdryer, electric grill, bread machine, rice cooker, toaster, a large number of dishes and kitchen utensils. In the house there is one large room with a bed in bed, a large sofa, a table and a chest of drawers. the bathroom has a bath and shower, sink and toilet. everything is functional and convenient. The hosts are very friendly and nice people. They always answered all our questions, introduced us to a good seller of fish in a large market, gave us a good scooter. They gave us a lof of fresh fruits, that growing right in the garden. And the main plus for us is the magical garden where we spent our days in the shade of trees. the garden is beautiful and fragrant, with flowers, fruit trees and a bunch of different exotic animals, there were even parrots. we were happy to spend time in the garden on comfortable sunbeds under the gentle breeze and birdsong :) Now about the cons. they are more relevant to the location. around the house there is a huge amount of karaoke, where locals love to sing from morning to evening. it depresses and makes it difficult to enjoy the cosiness of this magical place. local dogs and roosters can also scream in the middle of the night, and generally anytime they want. Be prepared for the fact that Vietnamese people love to sing. and the fact that there are almost no tourists in this place. accordingly, there is no menu in English in restaurants and many locals will point a finger at you. also of the minuses - the road to the sea is not the most pleasant part. but also on the sea we did not find a cozy and clean beach for ourselves, so we advise our friends - the owners of the house - to buy a pool and put it in the garden :) if not for karaoke singers, we would return to this house for the winter again and again. Thanks to this house and the owners for the wonderful experience. p.s. very cute and beautiful Tokay gecko live in the house, we called him NATASHA :) he is friendly and funny, and will not harm you! when you go to this house, say hello to Natasha from Lisa and Karen. good luck :)”
I had designed the house myself and collected, arranged all furniture. My house had all rooms with open views, indoor and also outdoor dining table, small yard for kid; swimming pool, tropical plants in a 5,000m2 garden to rest and relax. We have 3 bedrooms with AC; 2 bathrooms with electrical hot water; and open living room with kitchen, fridge, rice cooker. Parking which also have a tea table; basket ball, football playground. The house is powered by solar panel power and grid power.
“EXTREMELY helpful host, great location in a very small local village with the sea in the backyard. IF Vietnam could stop throwing plastic everywhere on streets and in the ocean the beauty of this venue would be enormous, but as it is, Hais place is a wonderful house to chill by the pool, play with the cute dog that lives with the helpful guard/Uncle Tu, Who lives in a small Hut at the entrance yard. We had a great time there and would love to come back some day”