The Shelter Homestay — Well hidden Homestay in Dalat
Dalat has recently been a popular resort for those seeking respite from the suffocating heat and hustle of Saigon. As a result, as the demand for hideaways increased, more homestays were established. Personally, I don’t have much experience with Dalat’s homestays, but I feel that the places I picked are the finest of the best. For example, Indigo Home (which already has a review) and The Shelter, which I will introduce to you right now.
The Shelter’s physical properties were protected in a quiet lane in the center of a rising ground that connected to Trieu Viet Vuong street. Since then, you can anticipate a completely calm, pleasant, and serene place to relax and unwind. This homestay has a wide area for its gorgeous tents as well as a café for its customers. Let’s have a look at them now.
In truth, it wasn’t because of the gorgeous tents that I fell in love with The Shelter. The true reasons stem from the kind proprietors and the intriguing people I met at the dorm who congregated around the communal outside dining table, exchanging cuisines and tales. The interactions I had with them left an indelible image on me of the location I wish to call my second home.
I spent the evenings at Shelter in one of their dorms, in a really pleasant tiny room with gallery walls. Every afternoon during my stay here, it poured. Those rains, on the other hand, are like a gift when I get to stay in such a warm, snug, and familiar ambiance of the dorm room. The Shelter is becoming increasingly popular, which causes the vibes there to be rather crowded and boisterous on weekends. I adore The Shelter for its opposing vibes, so if you’re like me, plan a visit before the weekend if possible.