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This is a traditional Korean home in a wonderful city. They provide a lovely kitchen, breakfast, free tea and coffee. The staff speak excellent English and was very helpful for tourism. The hostel was warm and cosy.
What sold it for me was the traditional design to the house. It's focal point being the communal room with the heater centre piece. The owner was very nice and it was a very different experience away from the usual South Korean accommodation. A proper home style stay.
It's a bit tricky to find (there are several gas stations in the street, go until the next bigger intersection) but once you found it you will be welcomed by friendly and warm staff. The dorm was fine, WiFi and shower worked, the staff was really nice and the atmosphere is what makes this place special. Big recommendation! Thank you very much!
I had a very nice stay. Thank you very much :) Very friendly staff, small but nice breakfast, close to the city, nice Room with a bed big enough even for me (1,97 m) - even if it was probably only 2 m. Outside bathrooms were kind of a challenge in the winter but still it was very nice! Thanks for free tea and coffee all day.
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 31-40
- (1 review)
住宿环境真的很棒 地理位置超赞 就是店家描述不是很好找 其实找到麦当劳就可以了 必胜客不是很显眼
This is the probably the best deal for lodging I've found in Japan. It's not quite as neat and polished as K's hostel or some others, but it makes up for it with the friendliness of the staff and the bang for the buck. The rooms are nice, but the futons are a little tough on the back. There is a restaurant attached to the guesthouse, and the area is quiet at night. The best part is that it is within walking distance to just about everything you would want to do in Fukuoka.