Auberge de Meo Vac in Ha Giang
Auberge de Meo Vac is an ancient house perched on a hill overlooking the town and built with 80-cm dried mud walls and wooden posts and beams, the house dates back 1930 and was the fortified farm of a h’mong chief, a copy of a traditional Chinese house (yamen), with its 4 cottages around a large patio. Only the main house and the patio remain. We now enter through a wide paved courtyard and a stone terrace opening on a large lounge-dining room with beams and a fire place. The house counts 4 double rooms, one twin single and a dormitory of 8 beds, as well as 4 shower stalls and 2 separate toilets.