Notting Hill B&B: Beauty and kindness galore! 

Tucked in a quiet corner of Yuchi Township amidst betel nut plantations, Notting Hill B&B is a perfect little homestay with the kindest hosts ever. If you are planning a trip to Sun moon lake, this should definitely be where you should be staying. Read on for my review of this cute little homestay!

While looking for a place to stay near sun moon lake, I stumbled across a new homestay called Notting Hill B&B with some great reviews. Also, it looked more value for money so ended up booking a room for one night. I was picked from the sun moon lake bus stand and after a 15 min drive, I was at my room. The rooms are tastefully done with bright wall paints and a huge balcony that looks out to the plantations and hills around.

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My beautiful done room!
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View from the balcony
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The owner seems a move fan!
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The common area
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Beautiful garden in front

The hosts even cooked a delicious dinner of pumpkin soup, Hawaiian pizza and wine for me (250 NTD/head). The complimentary breakfast next morning was quite sumptuous- scrambled eggs, fresh salad, hash brown, ham and cheese sandwich (the best I have ever had!), fruits, and juice. Eating breakfast while looking out to the large garden provided a super start for our morning.

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It was slightly misty morning and I went to the terrace to catch a great view!

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The hosts are the kindest ever and go out of their way to make your stay comfortable. They not only helped us plan out itinerary for exploring the sun moon lake but also provided free drop and pick-up to and from the lake. Their homestay is beautiful, clean and very very comfortable. Do check out this one if you are looking for a place to stay near the sun moon lake!

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