2019-07-11 16:12:14 source: Picturesque Zhejiang
Seabirds World Inn 海鸟天地
Telephone:+86 571 82277222
Address: No. 128 Xiamen Village, Heshang Town, Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou
In order to meet the rising demands of antique inns, many districts in Hangzhou have invested heavily to provide guests with a dreaming experience. One of such locations includes Xiaoshan District.
Imagine water flowing beneath a bridge amidst a dense forest that is adorned with thousands of bamboo trees… This is a real scene in 'Hai Niao Tian Di' - a renovated inn adapted from an over one-hundred-year-old residential house. It rests in Zerong Natural Village in Xiamen Village, Heshang Town. It is the first boutique inn and currently the only one that has been honored as the demonstrative inns of the Xiaoshan District.
With its designing based on ancient residential houses, the inn incorporates functions such as a cultural creative center, café, tea houses and vacation destination for leisure. It is believed that the owner of ‘Hai Niao Dian Di’ invested RMB 20 million on its construction last year.
Outside, the inn boasts gurgling streams, bamboo forests, green tea gardens, and luscious fruit trees which give off a pleasant fragrance both in spring and autumn. Inside, a classical style can be spotted in many details, such as the Huizhou-style firewalls, wooden short beds, antique furnishings, and Buddhist-inspired tea rooms… in fact, everything here can be described as classical.
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(Executive Editor: Zhe LOU)