This is room 203, aka the Japanese room. It's a Japanese style wood floor room with futons. Open the window to see the central courtyard adorned with potted plants suitable for the windy Hengchun climate.
It is the only guesthouse on this quiet street, with a shady walkway leading to an old fort wall ruin and South Gate. A block away from the old town street with lots of eateries and shops. Enjoy the quiet evening with a neighboring church and local residences.
Located in the heart of old Heng Chun town, 2 blocks away from the main Heng Chun transit station where you catch an express bus to the high speed rail and other major train stations. Hire a taxi or rent a motorcycle (the most popular form of transportation) near the transit station. Don't forget the helmet!
The only BnB in town that has a large courtyard and a roof top viewing deck. BBQ with the host in the yard, have morning coffee or afternoon tea on the roof top to see the distant Quan Mountain and sunset. It offers more than a room to spend the night.
Welcome to our guesthouse. We hope to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. Please take a moment to read our simple house rules below.
•Check-in time: 3 pm to 10 pm; Check-out time: 11 am.
•Every room is cleaned by our staff every day. Respect their work and the room.
•The front door will be closed at 10pm. In case you want to enjoy the night life, we can provide you with a key. There is no deposit, but if you can give us back the key, you will be charge 300 NT
•For an additional person: 300 NT.
•Please no loud noises (music, TV, chatting, playing) after 10pm.
•Smoking is prohibited in the room; you will be charged 1000 NT for special cleaning fees if cigarette smoke is detected by our cleaning staff. You may smoke outside, in the courtyard and in front of the guesthouse. Ashtrays are provided.
•Please lock your door when you leave your room, you are responsible for the room and your personal belongings during your stay. Help us conserve energy, please switch off lights and AC when you vacate the room.
•Kitchen provides everything you need (fridge, microwave oven, gas cooker, hot water pot, dishes). When you’re done, someone may use after you. Please wash your dishes.
•Alcohols are not prohibited, but take it easy with Taiwan beer, so people won’t hear you snore!
•The surfboards, ping pong table are available, portable chairs for your use, free of charge.
•Washing machine is available for 30NT per load; our staff can assist you with the operation.
This is a commercial guesthouse, not your usual b&b. we only saw the receptionist, Yusa, but he was very friendly. the Japanese style tatami room has two queen soze mattrasses on the floor, and not much else. just a low coffee table in the corner. No chairs etc. although there would be enough space. There are two very clean toilets/showers directly across the hall and a big kitchen for everyone to use. the location is ok if you want to get away fro the touristy hustle bustle of the beach area in Kenting, but the downsideis that you need to take a bus or scooter to get to the beach. I have two issues with the room: (1) the two windows in the room have frosted glas - you cannot look outside and don't have enough light in the daytime to read. (2) the room is lit by eight neon tubes on the ceiling - not exactly cosy. all in all: ok for the money!
Gwen has a charming place that is incredibly spacious. A large group of friends and I stayed with her and our stay was extremely comfortable. Gwen was so helpful in answering all our questions and provided us with great tips. Her house is conveniently located just a few minutes away from the main bus station.
Thank you Gwen being such a great host and making our stay in Hengchun/Kenting so great!
The location was very convenient. It was near to the bus stop. The room was very big and clean, but because of the hot weather, there were some little insects. Gwen was a very nice host. Thanks a lot!
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