All of the 13 guest rooms at Another Beach come with a stunning ocean view. The rooms also have a private balcony where you can step outside on. It has recently undergone remodeling, so the indoor facilities are clean and the bedding is as clean as what is provided by hotels. The rooms are divided into six types, including Suite Royal Ondol, Suite Ondol, Deluxe, Suite Bed, Suite Two-Story Ondol, and Suit Two-Story Bed. The interior design is slightly differently depending on the room type (e.g. whether the room comes with a bed or has a two-story structure). According to the room size, they are divided into two types, couple room for two people and family room for four people. All of the rooms have a studio structure with a bathroom and a self-contained kitchen each. The rooms are fully equipped with refrigerators, kitchen appliances, electronic rice cookers, microwaves, electric stoves, and so on. Most of all, Another Beach offers a range of guest facilities. Only one meter away from the pension is a private beach that can only be accessed by the pension guests. You can also use the rubber boots, hoe, and basket available in the pension to catch clam and conch. On one side of the front lawn, there is an outdoor swimming pool and a barbecue area. They are right in front of the sea, and have the atmosphere of a tropical holiday destination. There are indoor and outdoor inflatable bounce houses and trampolines for kids to play. The pension also rents out baby cars, pool table, table soccer game, board games and bicycles. There is also a convenience store inside the pension. Tourist attractions near the pension include Mageompo Beach, which is only a one-minute walk way, Anmyeondo Jurassic Museum, a museum themed on dinosaurs that is three minutes away by car, and Light Festival Site decorated with two million LED lights. You can also enjoy fresh seafood from Anmyeondo Island at Baeksajanghang Port which is 10 minutes from the pension by car.
Soyang Hanok Stay was created by transporting three 180-year-old hanok houses in Gochang and Musan that were about to be demolished to the current location in 2010. The houses were repaired by a master craftsman for three years in the traditional methods, and still reserve the unique beauty of traditional hanok houses. There is a total of eight guest rooms. Seohyeondang has an ondol room with red clay walls and floor. It has a bathroom and a small space where guests can enjoy a tea ceremony. Gahuidang is furnished with a bed and a cypress bathtub inside the bathroom. In Jewoldang, a master bedroom and a second bedroom are facing each other with the living room in the middle. The view of the mountain standing in front of the house from the living room is a highlight of this place. Three rooms are placed in a row in Huyeondang. There are two guest rooms in Hyeondang One of them is an ondol room, and notably it has a veranda inside the room. The other room is a popular room in the guesthouse since it has a push-up window that can be completely open, creating an open view that extends to the open-air veranda. You can enjoy a view of the entire premises at a glance from the veranda. Each guest room is equipped with a luxury tea set and tea. However, guests cannot cook inside. There are electric kettles and mini refrigerators for simple meals. The rooms are furnished with clean handmade cotton bedding. All guests receive a welcome tea and complementary breakfast. Guests are welcome to visit the independent bookstore and cafe on the premises. Nearby tourist attractions of Wanju include Jeonju Hanok Village, Gosan Recreational Forest where you can enjoy a swim, and Songgwangsa Temple where a lotus festival is held. O’s Gallery and Awon Art Museum operated by the accommodation are located just 3-minute walking distance.
Jeong Gwan Ru is the only accommodation on Nami Island, a popular tourist attraction in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do Province. A special treat that you can get in this place is a view of starry night sky and wet fog surrounding the island early in the morning, which you can enjoy in peace after all the day time visitors have left the island. The highlight of this place that many guests enjoy is an early morning walk in the quiet and peaceful Nami Island. Since the hotel is located inside an island, you have to park the car in Gapyeongnaru Parking Lot before you make the way to the accommodation. Once you get off the ferry at Nami Island Wharf, you can arrive conveniently via the shuttle bus waiting at the wharf. Jeong Gwan Ru is largely divided into the main and annex condos. The annex condo stretches along the west riverside of Nami Island. It is a condominium that can accommodate a group of two to ten guests. Unlike the guest rooms in the main area, the guest rooms are self-contained with a kitchen and cooking utensils. Jeong Gwan Ru has a clean zone system that follows strict COVID-19 protocols to ensure safe and pleasant stays for the guests.
Merrymud Hotel is a newly built 2-star hotel with clean facilities. It is right across the street from Daecheon Beach. It is the best accommodation where summer holiday makers visiting Daecheon Beach can enjoy hotel-grade services. All guest rooms come with a private terrace where you can enjoy the sea view from the comfort of your room. There is a total of 44 guest rooms in Merrymud Hotel. There is a wide range of guest rooms to choose from including Superior Double, Superior Twin, Deluxe Twin, Family Suite, and Penthouse. The guest rooms have modern interior designs that feel comfortable. The Family and Suite rooms have a separate living room and a bedroom. The Penthouse room has two bed rooms, two bathrooms, and a living room. All guest rooms are facing the sea, which create a sense of great openness. There also private terraces. Convenience facilities include a cafeteria where they serve breakfast buffet, lunch, dessert and light alcoholic drinks, a cafe where coffee and teas are served and a bakery with freshly baked goods. In addition, there is a rooftop garden where you can hold a banquet and enjoy glow of the setting sun and night sky. As the hotel is new, all the facilities are clean and neat. According to the government guideline on the vaccine pass, the facilities are only open to those who have been fully vaccinated or have a negative PCR test result. The hotel is paying close attention to disinfection and anti-virus measures.
Coogee Holiday is a newly built private pool villa pension located between mandarin fields near Cape Seopjikoji, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do. The pension provides the entire facilities including five guest rooms and an outdoor swimming pool to one team at a time. You can enjoy true privacy here. There are five types of guest rooms in Coogee Holiday. Coogee A Type uses the entire two-story building of Coogee Holiday (250 m2). There is an ondol room and a bathroom on the first floor. On the second floor, there is a bedroom with two queen beds, and two bedrooms with a queen bed and a super single bed each, a living room, and three bathrooms. The basic rate is for eight people, but can accommodate up to 14 guests. Coogee B Type is using the entire second floor of the building. The basic rate is for six guests, but up to seven people can stay. Coogee C Type and Coogee D Type are using a part of the second floor. Coogee E Type is using the entire space on the first floor. A different number of guests can stay depending on the space you book. Inside the guest rooms, there is a shelf full of comic books, PlayStation, a VR console, a washing machine, and a fully-equipped kitchen. The pension also has a variety of facilities that guests can use. Breakfast is served in a cafe-style 80-square-meter space. There is an outdoor swimming pool with supplies such as children’s life vests, water guns, ands swimming tubes. A mini heated pool for young children is also available with an additional fee. A barbecue area and karaoke machines are also available. In the morning, the pension serves breakfast such as seaweed soup, dried pollack soup, toast and salad (the menu changes everyday). You can also participate in a mandarin picking program in the farm owned by the pension, or go fishing on a boat that belongs to the pension. Tourist spots near the pension include Seongsan Ilchulbong Tuff Cone, Honinji Pond, Ilchulland, Cape Seopjikoji, Seongeup Historic Village, and Pyoseon Beach.
Hanok 1957 is a traditional hanok house repaired and renovated into a guesthouse. The guesthouse boasts the beauty of traditional hanok built with red pine, red clay and straw walls topped with roof tiles. Hanok 1957 has a U-shaped layout that is comprised of nine sections including a main hall (Anchae) and separate quarters (Haengrangchae). There is a total of five guest rooms. All of the rooms are ondol type rooms with a standard guest number of two to three. However, up to four guests can stay in Daemunchae, three guests in Geonneobang, six guests in Sarangbang and six guests in Anbang. Inside the guest rooms, you can feel the beauty of the traditional architecture from the rafters, beams and cabinets inlaid with mother-of-pearl. Each guest room has a private bathroom inside for greater convenience. Although it is not possible to cook inside the guest rooms, the common kitchen is equipped with kitchen appliances such as a refrigerator, a water purifier, a microwave and cooking utensils. The guesthouse is also very accessible as it is located in the city. Seomun Market Station is a 12-minute walk and Daegu Station is a 16-minute walk from the guesthouse. Since it is a guesthouse, the room rates are also very affordable. Nearby attractions include Gyesan Catholic Cathedral, Dalseong Park, Seomun Market, Daegu World Cup Stadium, and Donghwasa Temple. Other popular places include Kim Kwangseok Street, Gukchaebosang Memorial Park, and Duryu Park.
Gwonjinsadaek House is an accommodation located in Chunyang-myeon, Bonghwa-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, where you can enjoy the quaint atmosphere of an old hanok house. Gwonjinsadaek House is also known as Seongam Historic House named after Seongam Gwon Cheolyeon’s pen name, a scholar of the Joseon dynasty who built the house. The 130-year-old building was originally built in another nearby village, but it was moved to the current location in 1880. Built with Korean red pine (Pinus densiflora), this old hanok house has a grand scale with three indoor spaces: 56-kan main residence (bonchae), 3-kan byeolchae (annex), and 9-kan daemunchae (gatehouse). If you walk inside past the tall gate, the first thing that comes to the eyes is the wide sarangchae (study hall). To the left is a small study room built for students, but it is now called saesarangbang (new study room). There are four guest rooms available at Gwonjinsadaek House. There are two large rooms for five guests each, a medium sized room for four guests, and a small room for two guests. Apart from the largest room, all guest rooms are ondol (floor heated) rooms. Since it is an old hanok house, there are no showers and bathrooms inside the rooms, except in the newly renovated room which has a bathroom inside. No cooking inside guest rooms. Breakfast is available for an extra charge. However, the breakfast service has to be booked in advanced. Nearby are many things to see, including a historic site, old hanok houses, and a fifth-day market. It is also close to East and West Three-story Stone Pagodas in Seodong-ri, Bonghwa (National Treasure), House of Mansan (Important Folklore Cultural Heritage), Samijeong Falls, Gakhwasan Mountain, Guma Valley, and so on. Chunyangjang Market is held on every 4th and 9th of the month.
Yeonhee Hanok Pension is a hanok accommodation located in Gunseo-myeon, which is surrounded by Wolchulsan National Park like a folding screen. In this guesthouse, you can enjoy the quiet and peaceful atmosphere of hanok. Waking up to the sound of birds chirping, appreciating the sunset in the evening on toenmaru (veranda), and watching the Milky Way on the night sky are special perks that you can enjoy in Yeongam Yeonhee Hanok Pension. There is a total of five guest rooms that boast the beauty of traditional hanok architecture. The ondol studio room where two guests can stay comes with a self-contained kitchen where guests can cook. Although it does not offer much space, it has a bathroom inside the studio for greater convenience. The guest rooms are neat and clean inside. An independent unit that is separate from other guest rooms is large enough for six guests. It has a living room, a bed room, and a bathroom. Like other guest rooms, there is an indoor kitchen, but it is segregated. It was deliberately designed in this way so the smell of food does not get into the living area. Grilling must be done in the outdoor barbecue area. In front of the guest rooms, there sit a green front lawn and a garden. which create a picturesque view together with the hanok house. You can also stay with your pet through a prior consultation with the host. Nearby are Wolchulsan National Park, Dogapsa Temple in Wolchulsan Mountain, Wang In Historic Site, Wolchulsan Gichan Land, Gichanmoet-gil Trail, and Seongyang Reservoir. The accommodation serves as a perfect starting point to explore nearby tourist sites.
Pungsongjae is a hanok accommodation located in New Hanok Village of Gyeongsangbuk-do Provincial Government Complex in Andong, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The owner built the hanok house using Korean red pine from Bonghwa-gun to highlight the beauty of hanok architecture. You can really feel a master craftsmanship in every part of the house, including the double eaves, lofty gate and pillars. Designed with the beauty of traditional hanok architecture in mind, the accommodation also provides convenience with private bathrooms inside the guest rooms. As the hanok house was newly built in 2018, all facilities are clean and pleasant. A wide-open grass lawn greets guests past the front gate, revealing a sightly scene of hanok architecture and a pine grove in the background. As soon as you step inside, you will feel like you are traveling back in time to the Joseon dynasty. There are three guest rooms available at Pungsongjae. Pungsil and Sarangbang are ideal for two people, but the accommodation accepts bookings for a family of four or less. Songsil is a cute little room that is ideal for couples. Pungsil is equipped with an induction stove, a microwave, a rice cooker, an electric kettle and tableware, so the guest can cook inside the room. Cooking is not allowed inside Songsil and Sarangbang. The most noticeable place in Pungsongjae is the quaint attic-like numaru space. The name Pungsongjae was inspired by the space as a house with a spectacular view of a lush pine grove. When you lie down, you can enjoy a picturesque view of the pine grove outside. Pungsongjae is 10 minutes from Hahoe Village, and 15 minutes from Byeongsanseowon Confucian Academy.
Roomin Bukchon is a hanok accommodation located in a residential area near Bukchon Hanok Village in Gahoe-dong, Seoul. Entering the front gate of the guesthouse, guests are greeted by a hanok house with a small garden in the middle of the front yard and a hanok-style front porch (toenmaru). As Roomin Bukchon is located in a residential area, it is a perfect place for travelers looking for a quiet place to stay and tourists who want to experience life in hanok. Guests can enjoy the entire building to themselves, including the kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom. The 20-square-meter room is cozy enough for two guests. The guesthouse has a self-contained kitchen fully equipped with a Balmuda toaster, an induction stove, kitchenware, basic seasonings, tableware, wine glasses, a refrigerator, and a microwave. There is also a bathroom where guests can shower, and a bedroom installed with a beam projector. Everything in the guesthouse is well thought out for the guests’ convenience. The high-quality mattress and bedding show how much the host cares about the guest experience. Heated eye masks and earplugs are available for deep sleep. Amenities from an aroma therapy brand, a Bluetooth speaker, and drip coffee bags from a popular brand are also provided. In addition, there are washing machine, iron, and foldable outdoor table that guests can use. Around the guesthouse there are many places to visit including Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Changgyeonggung Palace, National Folk Museum of Korea, National Palace Museum of Korea, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, and World Jewellery Museum. Many guests take a stroll in Insa-dong Antique Street filled with foodie places and cafes as well as Bukchon Hanok Village.