Welcome to Pig's Inn, your Yi County “home away from home.” Pig's Inn aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Yi County, Pig's Inn is located a short distance from Guiyuan Park, Former Residence of Sai Jinhua (2.4 mi) and Youxian Ancient City (2.4 mi).
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Pig's Inn features room service. In addition, as a valued Pig's Inn guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular ancient ruins like Hu Wenguang Provincial Governor Archway, which is a short distance from the inn.
Pig's Inn puts the best of Yi County at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
So glad that I had booked to stay at the Inn instead of a hotel in the City enroute to Huangshan. Don’t be misled by the look of the lane leading to the Inn. You are totally transported to ancient China once you step in ... “Old meets the New”..... Old because of the rustic deco but “new” in its amenities. Comfortable room with clean crisp bedding and modern bathroom fittings. Enjoyed the delicious meals which tasted home cooked. Without asking us, breakfast was varied and bountiful ... so much that we turned away 2 items. We were nicely surprised with the toast, butter and jam instead of porridge. Excellent service by the all ladies staff. Thank you very much ladies. Would love to return to this Real Gem. Highly recommended.
I’ve stayed at this hotel and their sister hotel in nearby Bishan. Both are nice, Bishan is bigger and more open areas, but I find xidi to have more carachter. It’s a cosy and romantic place, with a lot of attention to details. The interior consists of natural materials and restored countryside objects, giving it the feeling of a prosperous country house. The rooms are warm and there’s hot water, which is nice since it can be really cold in autumn and spring. The corridors can be a bit chilly, but the view from the top terrace over the grey brick roofs is serene.
This is a lovely old house that has been turned into a quaint inn with hostel-like vibe and basic amenities. The rooftop view is spectacular and this is where most guests choose to spend as much time as possible. It's great to be able to wander the town early in the morning and late in the evening when all the tourists have gone home. Rooms are pretty basic and the food is a cross between local Chinese and they typical fare you find on the banana pancake circuit. Expect an eclectic mix of guests.
We stayed outside of Xidi Village in the Bishan location - a small farming village - and wish we could have stayed longer. This old home has been renovated from the ground up, but they used original materials and walls, so it keeps it's old style. Certainly not the Hyatt, but that's the point. Rooms are small and basic, but bathrooms modern with good showers. Lots of small common areas, each decorated traditionally but in a very relaxing way. Tons of rural curios and artwork on the walls. This hotel is about an hour from the entrance to Yellow Mt, and a much nicer place to stay than on the mountain in a big hotel. If you want a relaxing, antique, and rural Chinese experience, this is the place to be. Food was excellent; breakfast a mix of local and western. When we were there a very nice young man was on staff whose English was terrific, which made the stay all the more convenient.…
This is a charming place, an Instagramer's delight, and we were very happy to have decided to stay here rather than up the mountain. Full disclosure, I wasn't that taken by the mountain, it's all steps and tour groups. Whereas I loved this little village. Of course, it's not totally undiscovered, and there were a lot of Chinese art students draped on steps making sketches during the day. But by staying in this little lodging, then you get to hang around after the coaches pull out of the car park, and it's really lovely feeling like you have it to yourself afterwards. So that's why to stay here. The Inn itself, yes it is charming, but it is also quite basic and we were quite glad we'd only decided to stay one night. The beds were classic Chinese hard, so not comfy to my preference. And the shower room + toilet was absolutely fine, but small + basic. You shouldn't be worried about it, but just know that's what you're getting. I also don't know how people who don't speak Chinese would manage (I have conversational Mandarin). Food was typical Chinese, a little samey. Breakfast was adequate but definitely not yummy. There is a magical roof terrace with amazing views. It was quite cold during our trip (early April) but I can imagine as the weather warms up that it would be a lovely spot for a light night drink, or a chill out spot with a book.…