Tam Coc Garden
Far away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Tam Coc Garden, nestled amidst verdant rice fields is a jewel of hospitality and gastronomy, harmoniously intertwined with regional Vietnamese life.
Nestled in amongst the manicured and tropical gardens are eight independent bungalows, each split into two luxurious and spacious rooms. Each room has floor to ceiling glass windows which open onto its own private terrace overlooking a panorama of rice fields or limestone karsts. The bathrooms have a natural outdoor feeling, with a rain shower and small tub. They are tastefully decorated, and incorporate locally sourced stone, wood, tiles, ceramic and bamboo, giving them a refined charm.
The team at Tam Coc Garden have come together to create something very special in the kitchen. From the restaurant, surrounded by karst scenery to die for, the chef will prepare mouth-watering dishes with local flavours according to the seasons. The menu has been fine tuned to create the right balance between local delicacies and international dishes, meaning that each menu is an unforgettable sensory experience. Guests can also enjoy a more relaxed evening by the pool or on the rooftop, with a glorious vista over the impressive mountains.
The staff here are wonderful and very friendly, you will be warmly welcomed and attended to with the utmost service.
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