Joe's Cafe and Garden Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJoe's Cafe and Garden Resort Mui Ne
Our stay at Joe's was punctuated with friendly smiles, good food and drink, beautiful scenery and kite surfers. The staff were all lovely, trying their best with English and always happy. The owner, Joe, was around constantly and made a point of checking in whenever he could to make sure things were alright. The location was perfect, just off the main drag of the beach but right on the water to be scenic without being crazily busy. The bungalow we stayed in was right at the back, facing on to the water, and was clean, spacious and light, a delight. This was a delightful place to stay and a true escape from the Big City!
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