I would suggest 'hamlet' or 'village'as being appropriate.
The Wikipedia entry for 'Settlement Hierarchy' gives the relative sizes of various settlements and their designations.
It lists 'hamlet' as :
a hamlet has a tiny population (<100) and very few (if any) services, and few buildings.
and 'village' as :
a village is a human settlement or community that is larger than a hamlet but, smaller than a town. A village generally does not have many services, most likely a church or only a small shop or post office. The population of a village varies however, the average population can range from hundreds to thousands.
[Note :This settlement hierarchy is adapted from the work of Konstantinos Apostolos Doxiadis for the actual current world situation as of 2010.]
Wikipedia - Settlement Hierarchy
The words 'town' 'village' and 'hamlet' are commonly used to describe settlements throughout the world.
Landscapes of Settlement: Prehistory to the Present