The house is a lovely old colonial style from the 30s. The atmosphere in the house is lovely, the decor makes it feel very at home. The owner Koh is very friendly and helpful. We had the family room, which was very spacious, with it's own bathroom. The room was clean and very nice. The distance to the old city... More
- Also Known As:
- Penang Old House Georgetown
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Penang Old House is a purposed built old-fashioned themed guest house and it is within a 1934 years old heritage building, used to belong to the British, hence its colonial-style double-story tenements. It has an open-planned courtyard which allows natural luminance of sunshine. The concept of this guest house is inspired by the overseas youth hostel. The Penang Old House is strategically located in the central of Georgetown and it is missioned to serve the high demand of foreign students and visitors in Penang. After two months of renovation, refurbishment and sophisticated interior design, The Penang Old House is now opened for business! The Penang Old House is situated along the street with varieties of art galleries, gourmet stalls, souvenir shops as well as a mini-supermarket (7-eleven) not far from here. It is also close to some famous Penang local delicacies such as the green house shrimp noodles (Hokkien Mee) and the Dragon Pearl’s biscuit shop. The nearest bus stop is only a couple of walk away and the public transport link is making life rather convenient to get around in Georgetown. Penang Old House is also located within the Georgetown History district, which was listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008. ... more less
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