This place has character. The atmosphere is more like that of a private home than a hotel. We liked the use of local materials in the room decoration, for example, split cane panelling. There were extra touches that made us feel very welcome, for example, there were wooden slip on shoes for wearing inside. The room was heated by a heat pump. This proved invaluable since we had damp clothing to dry. Our room opened onto a tiny balcony equipped with two chairs. This was a wonderful place from which to watch the local world go by. We found the beds hard but were to find this was the normal throughout China and since we had climbed along way over 17.5km we slept anyway.
The breakfasts were basic but perfectly acceptable - omelettes and toast plus coffee. The foyer shop sold nice things like Dove chocolate if you needed to top up between meals.More
- Free Wifi