Haven Guesthouse, Quy Nhon - review by Rusty Compass
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Haven Guesthouse, Quy Nhon

| 14 Jan 2015


Haven Guesthouse, Quy Nhon
Tổ 2, Khu vực 1, Bãi Xếp, Ghềnh Ráng, Quy Nhơn, Binh Định Province


Price guide: Around $30USD - dorms cheaper

Our rating
14 Jan 2015

Haven Quy Nhon is a cosy little 5 room guesthouse style accommodation at the northern end of the Bai Xep beach around 15kms from Quy Nhon centre. There are also dorm beds.

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Haven's a simple stripped back spot - set in a small fishing village overlooking a picturesque stretch of beach. There’s a great communal feel to the place. It's located at the opposite end of the same beach as Avani Resort.

Apart from the Avani Resort and Life’s a Beach, both of which share the same strip of beach, the area is undeveloped making it an excellent local beachside getaway. Things are changing fast though and new resorts were being built during our visit in mid-2017.

For now though, Haven's a little flashback to Vietnam's beaches in the 1990s before the big developers arrived.

Haven's Big Tree restaurant is a popular spot too. Guests from Avani Resort pop down for something different. There are some other local eateries in the village as well.

All double rooms have A/C, ensuites, flat screen TV with cable, free wifi, comfortable king-size beds.


Rusty Compass recommendations are always independent. We list the places we think you should know about. That's it. We've not stayed at Haven but have visited on several occasions and have spoken with past guests. No money changed hands for this listing.

Mark Bowyer
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