This family-run homestay is what all of Phu Quoc was probably like 10 years ago. Electricity is intermittent and amenities are limited. However, lie back in one of their hammocks with a beer on their shaded stretch of beach and you’ll wonder why you might really needed these things anyway
Each of the three green-tiled roof bungalows are named after a European painter and is decorated with artwork. Each comes with a wall fan, bed with mosquito net, a wardrobe and basic bathroom. A couple of rooms are offered in the main house but at these prices, we recommend grabbing a more spacious bungalow. There isn’t a restaurant for a few kilometres so expect to eat Vietnamese fare at their on-site restaurant. The beachfront is quite shallow. Set behind the homestay is a mountain, to which they run guided tours.