Looking for a place to stay in Taitung City? Then look no further than Fully One B&B, a romantic bed and breakfast that brings the best of Taitung City to your doorstep.
Rooms at Fully One B&B provide air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Fully One B&B offers free breakfast, which will help make your Taitung City trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Given the close proximity to Chihshang Farmers' Association Rice Factory (3.1 mi), guests of Fully One B&B can easily experience one of Taitung City's most popular landmarks.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Ma Hai, which is an Italian restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Best of all, Fully One B&B makes it easy to experience many great Taitung City attractions like Taitung Zhonglie Ci, Taitung Donghai Longmen Tian Sheng Gong, and Chao Tian Gong, which are some popular architectural buildings.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Fully One B&B as you experience everything Taitung City has to offer.
The staffs r very friendly and helpful. It is pet friendly, but still clean and pets r welcome in the room. We felt welcome and exactly like home. U can def feel the warmth and happiness from this Fullyone 😉highly recommend
Location – It is 5 minutes’ drive from Xiao Ye Liu, so is a good stopover point if you take the Coastline route one day and the Inland route the next day between Hualien and Taitung. It is however 15-20 minutes’ drive from Taitung city and is not walkable to eateries. Having said that, the staff recommended a very good and inexpensive seafood restaurant which is 5-minutes’ drive away and drove us there. Hotel – You can tell the owner takes pride in the place and takes care of it properly. There are paintings and art pieces all over the property and it is spotless. Room – We booked a sea-view room and the loved the view over the harbor/sea. The room is clean and spacious. It is fairly basic but comfortable enough and we suspect is one of the better ones in the area. Shower is full power but there was slight leakage after shower. Breakfast – Chinese dishes but all tasty. Even though we were the only guests that day (it was a Monday), the owner and staff didn’t fudge everything and we enjoyed the breakfast very much. Service – The owner told us about a place where you can see red quinoa harvest and emailed us more information just to make sure we found it. It turned out to be one of the highlights of our trip and we are grateful for her tip.…
Fully One b&b is perfectly located if you're on your way to the islands, or just came back. Located on the hill it offers beautiful views. The rooms are big & modern,and the breakfast is really good (try the buns in the steamer!). But what makes this place really special are the fantastically helpful owners: they picked us up from the bus stop, they drove us to dinner (to an excellent seafood restaurant, one of our best meals in Taiwan), they booked train tickets for us,drove us to the 7/11 to pick them up and last but not least drove us all the way to the train station!! Absolutely outstanding service,thank you so much!! PS: a handfull of dogs and taim pigs make this place even more special!
What's great: The homestay faces the sea and leans against a small hill. There's a plantation next to the hill so the entire area is very quiet and laid-back. The couple who runs the homestay, James and Chun Xiang, were helpful and ready to offer advice when in need. As we visited the homestay without our own vehicle, we relied on James to drive us to nearby attractions, the harbour and even the city centre, to which he complies readily, if he's available. He also offered interesting insights to us which we would have missed. The breakfast was sufficient and there's always a mix of local and international selection. There are 2 roads leading to the homestay sitting on a hill so it's convenient for cars coming from the city or the highway. It's a 10-15 minutes walk to the harbour and really close to Xiao Ye Liu by car. It's also a short drive to 水往上流. Our rooms allowed us to open the windows if we preferred natural cooling. It comes with an air-conditioner, en-suite bathroom, tv, double bed and in-room slippers. Each floor also has a water dispenser so you don't have to purchase bottled water. Interesting facts: They have 6 dogs so you can be rest assured that the area's safe. These dogs are on constant alert and they'll be up and about every time someone drives in. They aren't allowed into the home-stay, just around the premises. There's a wooden swing and also a viewing tower. They used to have 13 cows but these animals were transported to a bigger pasture elsewhere. What we had trouble adapting to: 1. Wifi is strong, only in the common area. We were trying to rush some work but had to quit half way or make our way to the living room area to get them done. 2. The morning call at 7am is simply too loud for anyone to sleep in. We knew the homestay is located near an airbase but we thought it is no longer in use. We were alarmed when the first fighter jet took off at 7am, followed by many more. The airbase is an active training ground. Even throughout the day til evening, one can still hear fighter jet planes in a distance. 3. There wasn't a lift so carrying luggage up and down on the first and last day is a hassle. 4. It's a 15 minutes drive from the city centre which we accepted. 5. The bathroom door was faulty hence we had to literally lift the door and shift it to the side to close it. 6. We're not sure if it's proximity to the sea or due to dampness after mopping the floor; most of the times, after we returned to the room after a day out, there would be heavy condensation on the floor and we ended up leaving foot prints all over.…
Peaceful retreat with hospitable hosts and friendly animals. Our room faces the sea with partial mountain view and a walkout terrace... So so beautiful. Clean facility, well kept and comfortable beds. Almost tempted not to share this gem of a retreat, but wouldn't do justice to its owner and hosts.