Room 205 Singleton
A teenager's room, finally a room of your own, no more little brother or sister to bother you. The trophies, tennis racket, basket ball, and board games that made up the happy memories in high school and at home.Sweet dream to the little boy and girl in you.
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.
•Check-in time: 3 pm to 10 pm; Check-out time: 11 am.
•Every room is cleaned by our staff. Respect their work and the room.
•There is no deposit for the keys; you will be charged 300 NT for any keys not returned.
•Please no loud noises (music, 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.
•Our Kitchen provides everything you need (fridge, toaster oven, hot water pot, dishes). Please do your dishes and clean up after use for the next person.
I moved from Taiwan to Hawaii at age 14, lived in the US for most of my adult life, interrupted by living a few years in South America and South East Asia. I hope to visit Australia and New Zealand next, since I am so much closer now.
If I have a life motto, that would be "be as open minded as my upbringing and life experience would allow". Oh, love to hear other people's ideas. So talk to me!