One of the advantages of Bed and Breakfast is that they are usually managed by the owners. They each have their living environment, which they show through the extras and activities they offer. From these questions, you already have an idea of a stay that you can enjoy or not.
Generally from 20€ to 50€ / night on Nosy Be, up to 80€ on the surrounding islands. You will find your satisfaction!
Afterwards prices depend on the standing, the house, its location and your number. As a general rule and logically, the more people you are, the cheaper / person it will be.
Do not hesitate to ask for a quote, it does not engage you to anything!
Unlike hotels that have stars as a reference, guest houses have no standards, and in Nosy Be there must be more than 60 guest houses, the fact is that not all of them are a guarantee of a successful stay !
Many offer rooms with no service, no atmosphere, no help. You may find yourself in an undeclared room, in an unsecured building far from all activities...
I can only advise you the Tripadvisor opinions of the guest houses on Madagascar, the opinions of the travellers remain the best indicator! And regarding Nosy Be, this blog!
No fixed answer, it all depends on your host! Some choose not to offer them because they are located in the city centre, others take a cook and others, there it is the most interesting, cook themselves
In any case, I invite you to try other restaurants on Nosy Be, good surprises to discover!
While I usually advise against going through hotel advice, guest houses have the same thing in common with youth hostels. They often work with friends, acquaintances, local service providers in the area, so if they are not the best, they will probably be in the same style as your host in terms of atmosphere?
But if you want the best in a cool atmosphere I invite you to browse through this site once again for direct contacts on the pages of the service providers, who are in my opinion the best in their field on Nosy Be
Nosy Be remains the most popular destination in Madagascar, I advise you to book in advance if you do not want to be disappointed. From August to October, it is the high season, plan to book 2-3 months in advance!
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In fact it's simple, Live Madagascar is not a booking site that takes commissions (like Booking.com for example) or a travel agency. This page was initially a simple blog on Nosy Be with tips I wanted to share because I have been living in Madagascar since 2006. Today, he has become a complete guide on the big island, but it remains a site I don't live on financially!
But why this website then?