Ancient Hue Garden Houses
At a Glance
An elegant collection of five private houses, available as one or two bedroom
A ten-minute drive from Hue's Imperial City in Hue's authentic mandarin residential area
Enjoy added space, luxury and authenticity a short distance from the city
Savour a sumptuous fusion of local specialities and European Flair in the Kim Long Fine Dining
Unwind by the outdoor pool, centred at the heart of the property surrounded by finely manicured gardens
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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.
To start planning your holiday to Ancient Hue Garden Houses
Located in the village of Kim Long, Ancient Hue Garden Houses offers a collection of 5 private houses and is an ideal gateway to Hue's former Imperial City for families, groups of friends or those seeking some added privacy.
Situated in the village of Kim Long, overlooking the Huong River, Ancient Hue Garden Houses has an enviable location with Hue's Imperial City just a 10-minute drive away.
Ancient Hue Garden Houses is made up of 5 private houses, each of which have been designed to reflect the Imperial City's unique style, with traditional folk colours, intricately carved wood panels and local Vietnamese paintings. With a choice of one or two bedroom villas, Ancient Hue Garden Houses is ideal for couples and families or groups of friends alike. Each of the private houses feature a private pool surrounded by lush, tranquil gardens. However, inside, no one villa is alike; each private house has a unique design and theme.
At Kim Long Fine Dining, located in the main Garden House, guests can enjoy traditional dishes in either the Ancestor's Temple, the Lounge Bar or in the Restaurant. The restaurant mixes traditional specialities with both European and Asian flavours to create memorable feasts. As well as the extensive set menu, why not discuss your preferences with the chef and the kitchen will create customised culinary experiences.
For those wishing to relax and unwind, the property also features a small spa with two treatment rooms and both a steam and sauna room. There is also a shared heated swimming pool in the centre of the property with plenty of sun loungers, for guests who wish to retreat from their private villa.
Bicycles are available on site for guests to use to explore the Hue and the Imperial City. The concierge team can also assist in arranging yoga, cooking classes or food tours, candle lit dinners on the Huong River, kite flying for younger guests, bamboo paper art workshop, bike tours, and visits to nearby villages.
Ancient Hue Garden House is made up of 5 private villas, consisting of three two-bedroom villas, and two one-bedrooms villas. Each of the villas has a private pool, surrounded by lush landscaped gardens, along with air-conditioning, a flat-screen TV in the master bedroom and ensuite bathrooms. However, each of the villas have been individually designed, each with a unique theme.
Vong Canh House features two bedrooms (one double and one twin) with ensuite bathrooms, as well as a master living room and private terrace. The villa has been lovingly decorated with floral patterns of Hue and real decorative terracotta tiles, inspired by ancient royal architecture. Truong Tien features two king bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, along with a private terrace, but has been adorned with traditional musical instruments on the walls. Also with two king bedrooms, the Bach Ma House has been designed in tribute to Hue's royal costumes, and features a spacious private terrace.
Kim Phung House is one of Ancient Hue Garden Houses' one-bedroom villas, so is a great choice for couples visiting the Imperial City of Hue. Famous local poems have been lovingly carved into the House's wooden walls and paintings also adorn the rooms. Ngu Binh is the second one-bedroom villa at the property, and has also been designed with a nod to local poets.
The two-bedroom houses are a great choice for families, particularly the Vong Canh House which features one double bedroom and one twin bedroom.
There are plenty of family-friendly activities on offer at Ancient Hue Garden House. Speak with your Travel Consultant for recommendations.
The on-site restaurant, Kim Long Fine Dining, serves up traditional local dishes which have been influenced by both European and Asian flavours. The dining space is divided into three area with the option to dine in the Ancestor's Temple, the Lounge Bar and the Restaurant.
There is also a shared heated swimming pool in the centre of the property, along with a small spa with two treatment rooms and both a steam and sauna room.
Ancient Hue Garden Houses offers guests use of their bicycles, which are great for exploring the town of Hue and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Imperial City.
The concierge team can also assist in arranging activities off-site including cooking classes, food tours, private cycle tours through local villages, kite flying, martial arts lessons and yoga.
Hue Culinary Experience
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.
Live like a local in rural Vietnam
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.
Rural Art Tour from Hue
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.
Tour of Hue
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.
Location & directions
Ancient Hue Garden Houses is located just a 10-minute drive away from Hue's former Imperial City, in the village of Kim Long.
How to get there
Ancient Hue Garden Houses is a 40-minute drive from Hue Airport.
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