Yangshuo Tea Cozy Boutique Hotel
Yangshuo, Guangxi & Around, China
At a Glance
Nestled around karst peaks, locals farms and Dragon River
Private balconies in every room
Warm tea culture with a traditional tea house
Hearty Chinese and Western cuisine cooked from the hotel's own organic garden
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The Guangxi region experiences a subtropical climate, with short, cold winters and long, humid summers with monsoon rains. The majority of the rains fall in May and June, bringing with them intense humidity but turning the stunning landscape the most luscious shades of green. The winter months are damp and windy, with average temperatures hovering around 8°C. Spring and Autumn are the prime times to visit Guanxi, with pleasant temperatures, sunny skies and minimal rainfall.
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Surrounded by karst limestone peaks and local farmes on the banks of the Dragon River, Yangshuo Tea Cozy Boutique Hotel is a peaceful hideaway from the bustling crowd with warm tea culture.
Each of the 18 rooms are uniquely decorated in traditional Chinese style with hand-picked wooden furnishings, local art pieces and antiques. All rooms come with wooden balconies to appreciate the rural beauty of the surrounding countryside of Xiatang village, flat-screen TVs, DVD library, air conditioning and bathrooms with walk-in shower enclosures.
Yangshuo Tea Cozy Boutique Hotel has a rooftop bar and restaurant which offers both Chinese and Western dishes, sourced from the hotel's very own organic garden.
Tea culture is a unique feature of the hotel, with a special tea house within the hotel and occasional tea ceremony. Other activities around the area includes cooking lessons, tai chi sessions, kayaking, white water rafting, climbing and caving.
Beijing, Luoyang, Xian, Chengdu, Guilin, Yangshuo & Shanghai
from £3200 pp inc flights & transfers for 12 nights
- This is a wonderful Itinerary which explores the history and culture of Beijing, with a visit to the Terracotta Army in Xi’an and a chance to see the Giant Panda in Chengdu. With a cruise down the River Li and a final few days in Shanghai, this is a varied Itinerary which suits those that want to see more of China
- Travelling through various areas of China you will get to taste the amazing regional foods including dumplings in Xi’an, noodles in Beijing, and a spicy hot pot in Chengdu
- Ending in Shanghai you can spend a night at the Chinese Circus, a wonderful way to end your trip to China
Beijing, Xian, Guilin, Yangshuo & Shanghai
from £3100 pp inc flights & transfers for 11 nights
- You can immerse yourself in both modern China in cities like Beijing and Shanghai, whilst gazing in awe at the Terracotta Army and enjoying rural China in Guilan and Yangshuo
- Try some of the amazing restaurants in each city but do not forget the regional street food in places like Xia’an, which is mouth-watering and unique to each area
- Ending in Shanghai with its wonderful Art Deco buildings and the incredible Bund, where you can sample Hu cuisine from a garden rooftop restaurant or a noodle house in the old city
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Yangshuo, Guangxi & Around, China
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