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乾淨 舒服又貼心的珠山老爺古庴民宿這天因冷氣團報到氣溫與前幾天的艷陽高照可說是天壤之別， 在尋找民宿時心想～老天還真的很想讓我們感受到真正的冬金門，要前往山裡剛好是寒流來的第一天。 黑暗中終於來到了位於金門島的山裡「珠山-老爺民宿」。 一到門口聽到摩托車聲的民宿主人就出來迎接我們， 老爺跟我們說原本前往廈門-鼓浪嶼遊玩的房客，因風浪太大回程船班無法啟程倒置房客沒辦法回來，所以今天的房客只有我們。 貼心的老爺怕我們晚上入睡時會不保暖，因此幫我們在床上多加件床舖 再次感謝民宿主人的貼心 哪天有機會再到金門，一定會再住上幾回
Gorgeously restored house, warm and sincere serviceWe squeezed in a 3-day trip to Kinmen after visiting relatives in Xiamen and had such a lovely time here. This is largely due to the beautiful Laoye B&B and warm, sincere service by Lan Shao Ye (Young Master Lan), which began even before we arrived in Kinmen. While we were still in Xiamen, he called to confirm our booking and to tell me he will arrange for complimentary transfer from the ferry. On the day we were arriving, upon learning that we had a lot of luggage (because over-enthusiastic relatives loaded us with gifts), he arranged for a roomier vehicle. We also booked him for a day's tour service (NTD5500 for 5 of us) and he proved to be a great guide who is easy going, accommodating and eager to give us bang for our buck. He tried to squeeze in as many sights as he could, and looked after our parents when they needed to rest while the rest of us checked out some sights. Booking a regular driver will be cheaper, he told us frankly. But trust us, Young Master Lan is worth it. We enjoyed the wholesome '老爷早餐 （Old Master's breakfast) of sweet potato porridge and a variety of home cooked dishes, including veggies from their own garden -- all cooked by the 75-year-old patriarch of the clan. Overall, we really enjoyed ourselves here in Kinmen. Book early if you want an experience here. They're v popular.
Amazing B&B in a very peaceful placeOriginally I wanted to stay at a different guesthouse, but the owners had left for vacation, so I found this place instead. The house is very traditional Fujian style with lots of little details, with each detail having an intricate story behind it. Be sure to check out the rooftop and the wall carvings. This is a very well renovated and maintained home. Some rooms do not come with a bathroom, while others do. All the bathrooms have separate shower and toilet stalls and are very clean. The shower has plenty of hot water and has good pressure. As for the bedroom, the beds, pillows, and blankets are all quite soft and comfortable. My brother and I stayed in a family room that had two twins and a separate room for a double bed. The way the windows and door are set up, very little light filters through so we got an excellent sleep at night (and a great nap after lunch!). It's also rather quiet in the home as well. The price for the family room was 2500 Taiwanese dollars for one night, which I thought was a bit too expensive. There is wifi, but it's only usable in the courtyard. Teabags, instant coffee, and cold/hot water are free. There are no dinner options at the guesthouse or even in Zhushan, so you have to get most of your meals in Jincheng, the main town on the island. Breakfast, however, is included. I was expecting just plain porridge and maybe an egg, but the owner drove us to Jincheng to eat some really good savoury porridge. Speaking of the owner, he is an extremely friendly guy with great English. We were the only guests at the time so he took care of us well. He offered us free fried fish and oranges when we first arrived at his home; he drove us and picked us up from the beach; and we drank a lot of Gaoliang liquor with him at night. He's definitely one of the main reasons to stay here. There are two bicycles, but they are in horrible condition. However, the owner can drive you into town where you can borrow free bikes from the bus station. It's a bit tricky going to Zhushan and the guesthouse by bus. You can catch bus 6A from the bus stop just outside Shuitou village, by the intersection and the big, white, liquor bottle statues, and leaves at 6:20, 7:05, 8:25, 10:50, 13:50, 17:55. It takes about 25 minutes to walk from the ferry terminal to this stop. You can also catch bus 7, 7A, and 7B to Jincheng bus station, then grab bus 3, 6, 6A, or 8 to Zhushan (珠山). Make sure you press the little side button on the bus when you want to get off, otherwise the driver will probably drive past it. All fares cost 12 dollars. When you get off, look for a boulder that says 珠山 and go down that road. Walk clockwise around the little lake, where you'll see a huge boulder. Go right past it and the guesthouse is immediately on your left. There are also a few signs that should help. Zhushan is a very peaceful and beautiful village with very few tourists (often you will be the only one walking around!). It's definitely worth the trouble in getting here. If by bad luck the guesthouse is full, don't worry because there are several others in the village and the owner can assist you.
The best B&B in all of Taiwan!Will never forget my stay here, and for sure will return. Most amazing B&B stay in Taiwan so far, the owner "Laoye" is a very friendly and helpful man, he spent a day taking me and my friend around for sightseeing free of charge. Also, he would treat us to tea and drinks in the evening, as well ask taking orders for what breakfast we wanted the following day (then order it from the breakfast shop). In terms of the hotel and the rooms, the atmosphere is as promised by the pictures a traditional setting, the room we had was large (we got a four bed room for 2 people) and very comfortable. TV and A/C worked flawlessly. Will return for sure!