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Embraced by Nature: First- rate B&Bs in Hangzhou

Embraced by Nature: First- rate B&Bs in Hangzhou

When traveling in Hangzhou, visitors expect to explore the beautiful natural landscapes. How about living close to nature, escaping noisy urban areas, touching crystal-clear water, smelling the flowers and trees, and viewing spectacular mountains all from the comfort of your room? It is not a dream when staying in these amazing B&Bs in Hangzhou.

When traveling in Hangzhou, visitors expect to explore the beautiful natural landscapes. How about living close to nature, escaping noisy urban areas, touching crystal-clear water, smelling the flowers and trees, and viewing spectacular mountains all from the comfort of your room? It is not a dream when staying in these amazing B&Bs in Hangzhou.

Why B&Bs in Hanghzou?

Why Choose B&Bs in Hangzhou?

Every B&B has its own story. They are the storybooks narrating Hangzhou's cultures. To immerse oneself into a place, then to understand it, and to fall in love with it, is the real meaning of travel. Staying in the high-quality B&Bs in Hangzhou, you will receive considerate services from the keen housekeepers; enjoy authentic Hangzhou dishes, and truly become a Hangzhou person.

Most of the B&Bs are unique in their styles: antique, vintage, home-like, Chinese Shangshui, sun-and-beach, etc., meaning you can choose the perfect one.

How people feel about the B&Bs in Hangzhou?

Here’s what some visitors had to say about their stay in Hangzhou.

“Great escape from the noisy urban world for a few days”
“Amazing location for a relaxing break”
“It’s a wonderful retreat from busy life. The green mountains and clear water! The hotel is built on an island!”
“A very good place, very silent. The staff are nice and considerate. The food is alright.”
“The environment is great and suitable for leisure travel.”
“Really good, quiet environment. There is a small stream at the door, it is definitely a good place to relax.”
“The owner's cooking skills are great, with super enthusiasm. It is worth mentioning that the breakfast is really rich.”

Featured B&Bs

Lanshu Courtyard

Lanshu Courtyard

More Lanshu Courtyard was built by travel enthusiasts. Located in Manjuelong Village where the air permeates osmanthus fragrance at the mountain foot, the hotel aims to provide the idleness most urban people need, just as the name Lanshu (Idleness Mansion) Courtyard suggests.

Huayi B&B

More Huayi B&B is located at the banks of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal in Dadou Road Historic Block, a stone’s throw away from Xiangjing Temple. To get there, you just need to board one of the water buses heading for Xinyifang (信义坊) and after passing the shaded bluestone road, you will be greeted by the garden mansion inspired by both Chinese and western designs.

Nianhua Boutique Hostel

More With a gurgling creek to the south and green tea fields to the north, the surroundings of Nianhua Boutique Hostel are set in natural tranquility. Inside the house one will find a host of interests such as books on Buddhism and travel. Guests from all over the world can spend a leisurely time here, savoring tea, reading or making new friends. The simplistic but sophisticated design of the rooms is conducive in setting your mind in peace and forgetting the troubles of the world.

Pupu

More Pupu in Chinese literally means unpolished diamonds and just as the name suggests the inn, hidden deep in the mountains in Baile Bridge, features simple and un-spoilt characteristics.

Shanshe

More The location of Shanshe is isolated. Follow the mountain path, below Jiulong Well, at the source of Nine Creeks, and one will find Shanshe B&B which is built along the mountain and surrounded by osmanthus trees. The hotel, with its white walls and black tiles, retains the original characteristics of a Jiangnan style residential house. With a wealth of simplicity, the Shanshe B&B emphasizes the beauty of being natural and true.

Hefu Boutique Hostel

More Hefu Boutique Hostel is situated near Wansong Academy and with its black and white walls it reflects a strong sense of Jiangnan style. The 16 spacious guest rooms are decorated like the wing rooms of a literary family. The wooden floors and furniture keep the scent of nature in the room and the neutral-colored bed linen, traditional stationary and exquisite tea sets casts a deep literary hue across the whole of the hostel.