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Sunchon Bay Echo Village youth hostel (순천만에코유스호스텔) 순천만에코유스호스텔

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180, Daeanmasan-gil, Suncheon-si, Jeollanam-do (전라남도 순천시 해룡면 대안마산길 180 (해룡면))

The Sunchon Bay Echo Village youth hostel faces Suncheon Bay National Garden with Suncheon Dongcheon in between. Surrounded by nature, it is the first traditional Korean-style youth hostel in the country. It feels like a folk village as there are many hanoks in the area, all built properly according to the traditional Korean style of architecture. At night, you can see the night sky full of stars. The guest room consists of Echo 1dong with three rooms and three bathrooms; Echo 2dong with a room, a bathroom, and an open veranda; Echo 3dong, a type of a house with four rooms and a large floor and 3 bathrooms; and Echo4dong with seven rooms, a floor, a bathroom, a yard and a pavilion in a large hanok house. In addition, there are 2 eco-buildings, one which is used as a group restaurant, and the other which serves as a lecture room. Suncheon Bay Echo Village youth hostel can accommodate travelers of various sizes from 2 people and families, to those taking small group and school trips. Compared to its size and the facilities it provides, it offers a very good value on money. In fact, the accommodation rates are so low that it is difficult to make reservations on weekends or peak seasons. It operates a variety of programs such as the Hyodo massage program, sightseeing spot experience program, health tour, city tour, and folk play experience. It takes about 5 minutes to Suncheon Bay National Garden East Gate, 7 minutes to Sunchon Station, and 10 minutes to Sunchon General Bus Terminal.

Utilization information

・Maximum Occupancy : 86 (on adult basis); 150 (on student basis)

・Check-In Time : 15:00

・Check-Out Time : 11:00

・Guestroom Kitchen : N/A

・Restaurants : Available (eco building)

・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 <br /> (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) <br /> • For more info: +82-61-749-4816, 4822, 4823

・Parking Facilities : Available (50 cars)

・Pickup Services : N/A

・Number of Rooms : 20

・Reservations : Available (+82-61-749-4816, 4822, 4823, <a href="" target="_blank"></a>)

・Type/Class : *Eco-dong 1 / Eco-dong 2 (A type) / Eco-dong 2 (B type) / Eco-dong 3 / Eco-dong 4

・Structure Size : Building single floor 4dongs, Management dong single floor(1876.03㎡)

・Subsidiary Facilities : PC(Lobby), Seminar room



180, Daeanmasan-gil, Suncheon-si, Jeollanam-do


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