A quiet retreat still close to all the action in Hue
Many different accommodation options to suit your needs, allowing for both space and privacy
Large pool and authentic Vietnamese spa
Great for families as well as couples
Plenty of dining options with local specialities which incorporate only the freshest ingredients
The central region of Vietnam has a tropical climate, particularly around Hué and is divided into two distinguished seasons. The dry season (from March to August) has a maximum temperature of 40°C and the colder, rainy season (August to January) has temperatures that can go down to 19°C.
From March to August will be the best time to visit Hue, especially between March and April when the temperature is more pleasant, though rainfalls are still likely. Hue sees fog and rain quite frequently, even when the weather across the Hai Van Pass in nearby Danang is sunny. During the rainy season, between September and January, rain is more frequent and can be heavy.
There are several festivals in Hue and worth taking note in planning your travel. Each year, during the seventh month of the lunar year, Hue celebrates the Duong No ceremony, Vietnamese all souls’ days, and Hon Chen Temple Festival. In addition, every two years, there is a special Hue Festival which lasts for two weeks in June.
Pilgrimage Village is a boutique village style hotel located just 10-minutes outside Hue. With a rustic feel and surrounded by lush green gardens, it comprises bungalows, pool huts and both standard and deluxe rooms, each charming in their own right.
Just a 30-minute drive from the airport, Pilgrimage Village is a peaceful boutique resort set in tranquil gardens. Enjoy the many dining options here, with different fusions of cuisines.
Styled upon a traditional Vietnamese village, there are 99 spacious rooms, villas and bungalows each with their own private balcony. Guests looking for a little more privacy can stay in one of the traditional Vietnamese pool houses, complete with seperate kitchen, spa, pool and outdoor shower. For newlyweds, the Honeymoon Pool Hut or Honeymoon Bungalows offer a tranquil and romantic option, whilst families can take the Family Deluxe room with interconnecting rooms.
The Vedana spa is a must. Inspired by Buddhist philosophy, each treatment here focuses on rejuvenation and building a sensation of positivity that guests can take home with them. The complimentary wellness program includes several morning yoga and martial art classes from tai chi, hatha yoga and chakra balancing.
Make sure to explore Hue during your time at Pilgrimage Village, where old Citadel walls meet a new, modern Vietnam. Visit the Imperial City, learn about the Nguyen dynasty or how Hue was torn apart by the Vietnamese War during your stay in this enchanting city.
There are 99 rooms and suites at Pilgrimage Village, each designed to suit your needs. Ask your Travel Consultant for more information.
Children are welcome at Pilgrimage Village and there are a number of family rooms featuring interconnecting rooms.
There are two restaurants at Pilgrimage Village; Junrai specialising in local delicacies and Valley, which sits next to the lily lake serving breakfast in a contemporary setting. Then there are two bars and one lounge for whatever you choose. Sip on coffee or cocktails at the cosy Candle bar, enjoy a tropical setting at Peanut bar or soft piano music at Slope lounge.
Enjoy the Vedana spa at Pilgrimage, including the complimentary wellness program incorporating different types of yoga and martial arts. Just 4km from the centre of Hue, you can easily explore this enchanting city.
A fantastic way to see and experience this beguiling and enchanting destination. With an emphasis on culture you'll explore the backstreets and colourful markets, learning about the city's history.
Not only famous for its exquisite history, Hue is also famed for its culinary delicacies and fragrant cuisine. This tour teaches you all about dishes such as Banh Beo and Banh Nam.
A great way to learn about rice farming in Vietnam by heading out to local villages around Hue. Meet local farmers, learn how to fish with a local, make sticky rice cakes and cycle through the paddy fields. A great option for families and couples.
This is a wonderful and interactive way to explore rural Vietnam from the charming city of Hue. Travel by dragon boat, try your hand at folk painting and meet local artisans on this wonderfully varied excursion. You'll even get to cycle some of the way.
A wonderful introductory tour into one of Vietnam's most engaging cities. Start your day with a visit to the Imperial Citadel. You will also visit Thien Mu pagoda on the riverbank, before visiting Khai Dinh Royal Tomb.
from £2800 pp
inc flights & transfers for 10 nights
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