See why so many travellers make Huazhong Inn their resort of choice when visiting Yi County. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out Qianxian Nanping Village Scenic Resort (2.4 mi) while visiting Yi County, Huazhong Inn is a short distance away.
Room service is one of the conveniences offered at this resort. In addition, Huazhong Inn offers free breakfast, which will help make your Yi County trip additionally gratifying. If you are driving to Huazhong Inn, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Hu Wenguang Provincial Governor Archway (0.7 mi), Youxian Ancient City (0.9 mi), or Wuli Village Scenic Spots (0.5 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At Huazhong Inn, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Yi County.
We stayed here for one day and one night during a three-week family vacation to China this month. The only things that arent't authentic are the air conditioned rooms, the hardwired Internet access, and the free laundry (more on that later.) It's part of a Qing Dynasty-era village a short drive from the trams at the base of Huang Shan (Yellow) Mountain. It's also a short drive from the famous Hongcun Village, another dynasty-era village used in the shooting of the movie Hidden Tiger, Crouching Dragon. This inn is essentailly China's version of a B&B. It's been authentically restored, so you feel as if you're walking through a bit of history. It seems family run, with teenage children helping in some of the chores. We ate dinner in a wonderful private dining room, and we ate breakifast in a charming two-story building that serves as the inn's bar. The dinner was very strong. The breakfast was western - omelette and coffee - but very good. The dining room was air conditioned, but the breakfast room was not. It was warm, but comfortable at that time of day. During cooler parts of the year, we could definitely see this place as one to hang out and relax. The inn also had private tea pavilions overlooking a garden and pond. It has a restored meeting space that looked as it it could handle a few dozen guests, and some other very well restored common areas you can enjoy for a stroll back into history. The innkeeper offered us free unlimited use of the washing machine, and we took advantage of that offer. Later in our trip, we moved on to Beijing, where a load of laundry cost more than $100 at the Crowne Plaza Beijing. The inn doesn't have a dryer, so you'll have to air-dry your clothes in your room. Our room was a standard double, with a very effective wall-unit air conditioner. It had a European-style bathroom, where the toilet area and shower essentially are within the same area. But the tiled floor drained very effectively from the shower, and the bathroom and bedroom were very clean. There isn't anything within easy walking distance that's right around this inn, so if you stay there, there's nothing to do but relax and enjoy the scenery. You're literally staying in a village. In fact, there was even a bit of unrest while we were there. In the family compound next door to our hotel, beneath our room window, we witnessed a family fight that went on for more than an hour. A young man dressed only in underwear attempted to strangle an older man, was dragged off by a couple of women, then went after the older man with a meat cleaver, garden hoe, and spatula before things settled down. Our guide told us later that that young man in underwear had just attended the wedding celebration of his sister, and got drunk and upset because his sister married before he did. The old man he tried to strangle was his father. This episode, frankly, just added to the charm of this inn for us. This inn would be a fantastic stay for people who are coming off of Huang Shan Mountain, or are seeing the sights among China's ancient villages in the area. It definitely would be a much more fun stay when temperatures are cooler.…
记得还是大学三年级的暑假，和同学4人一起到黄山玩了一次，顺道玩了一下西递和宏村。那时就被徽州的古村落的神秘和厚重的历史所深深的吸引，我流连在每家每户的天井里，小巷中更难忘宏村的月塘人家…… 毕业后我来到了山清水秀的杭州，因为工作的便利，经常有机会外出跑跑，加之我个人爱好摄影，最想去的便是徽州了，随着徽杭高速的开通，也记不清有多少次来到徽州了。塔川秋色，南湖荷风，奇墅湖人家，木坑竹海，我的相册中有太多徽州的印记。 去年秋天一个偶然的机会，经过画中客栈，觉得名字和吸引我，感觉有点意思，便不经意的踏入了这座古宅院落。 外观上看画中客栈并不起眼，只是一般四五间徽州老宅，走进一看其实内部空间很大。有三个院子，20多间客房，而且客房的空间大，光线好，卫生条件一流。在古色古香的装修中，流露出现代的特色，更为称奇的是文化品位极高，这点我特喜欢。到处都是名家字画和古玩珍品，并且和老板一聊还真能学到很多的东西，由此我便决定以后每次来都要在这里落脚了。 客栈的老板是画院的院长，也是大学老师，十分的健谈和好客。听说我喜欢摄影，很高兴的给我看他拍的照片，还给我介绍了许多徽州不知名但景色奇美的地方。如协里人家、石鼓山古树、打鼓岭瀑布群等等，我去了两个地方，的确值得。 老板的画画的也很好，我最喜欢的是他近期画塔川秋色和徽州人家的彩墨画，墨彩淋漓、亦真亦幻。拍了很多他作品的照片，对我的摄影也有启发的，很想收藏就是价格略高了些。 我很喜欢和院长聊天，他的画室坐落在徽州碑园之中，是一个亭阁，名曰“观古亭”。院长说这里到处是古人留下的痕迹，古宅、老院、石碑、三雕等等。坐在这里画画、喝茶，能和古人产生心灵上的感应，对画国画的人来说，十分的难得。而听着小溪的流水声，喝着山泉水泡的五溪山毛峰茶，人的确有一种身在世外桃园的感觉。 那一日，正好下着小雨，在淅沥沥的小雨中，望着池塘中盛开的睡莲，慢慢的合上双眼，脸上挂满了幸福的泪花，凭栏而立，我陶醉在这秋的喜雨之中。…