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All reviewsplace to staygreat viewparking lotrice fieldsthe buswell worth the effortthe ownerclean bedmini vanonly stayed one nighthour hikeping'an villagewalk uptop floorenjoyed our staytoiletnoise
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Reviewed 19 September 2017

Amazing view directly from the bed, it is worth everything once you arrive here! Very kind staff, our room was cosy with a super huge bed, really enjoyed our stay. I would recommend 2 nights minimum! And don't miss the locally made fresh rice wine (not sure exactly how it is called, the one for 12RMB on the menu)!

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

Wonderful views... so amazing to wake up and see the sunlit rice terraces from your bed! Familiar atmosphere and situated in a quiet cosy village, you have to walk about 40min from Dazhai but this is a real advantage as Tiantou Village has a much more relaxed feel. Definitely stay here to avoid the crowds in Dazhai and simply enjoy the view and quietness! The owners were very helpful before/during our stay, with good command of English - giving valuable advice on how to get there and the hikes in the area (we preferred the "Music of Paradise" lookout - best view and least crowded). Shower and wi-fi were of much better quality compared to other Chinese places. Tasty dinner and breakfast are offered as well. Overall highly recommended!

Room Tip: Make sure to ask for a room facing the rice terraces - the additional price of ~100 Yuan is absolutely worth it!
  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank mate44
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Reviewed 9 July 2017

My family of four (including kids aged 10 and 8 years old) stayed here for sadly only one night in May 2016. I was very pleasantly surprised with how nice and comfortable our room was for the price, how the receptionist spoke English and was quite helpful (sadly not always the case in China) and how utterly enchanting the area was. I wish we had stayed a week. The walk up to the inn added to the experience and the directions sent by wechat were pretty good. We were impressed by the extensive restaurant menu, too. I highly recommend this inn for anyone looking to do something a little different in China.

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Bridget B
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Reviewed 3 May 2017

We were a little uncertain about getting to the rice fields from Guilin, but the owner helped organise everything for us to make it a stress free and easy trip to get there. We were organised onto a private shuttle bus service (that was good and inexpensive) and provided with a video on how to find our way from the carpark to the inn - not complicated at all.

We knew what the conditions of the place would be like in terms of the lack of amenities and uphill walk to the inn. The room was indeed basic but it had all that was needed – a comfortable and clean bed (it wasn’t hard), shower and toilet. There is no heating or cooling system nor are there toiletries, but a thin cloth-like towel (will suffice) was provided, but you may wish to bring your own towel.

There is an on-site restaurant. Some of the meals we really enjoyed, others not so much. Some dishes we thought were on the slightly pricey side (by China standards) though it's not going to be much different at other nearby food places in the area.

Overall, in spite of some of the "negatives", it is a comfortable and cosy place to stay. Also, everyone that worked there really made every effort to provide guests with the best possible stay.

Note that all the accommodation places that are in villages that are set amongst the rice terraces will require that you make a trek to get there. There are accommodation places closer to the carpark but you aren't going to get the views though you will likely get more noise. Carry only what you need in a day pack and if possible leave your main luggage in Guilin (if you are returning there) or there is apparently a luggage storage facility at the car park.

Room Tip: Top floor is best
  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank manxaura
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Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

This has been on of the trips i love the most, Small etnic minority Group of China Yao people, women wear particular clothes and Hair style,(they only cut hair once in their life, when have baby), the rice terraces view from top, go up by telespheric and down walking, enjoy some delicious Yao food there, really liked the bamboo salad !! On top for 10 RMB rented a traditional tal Yao custom dress and had tones of fun making photos on top of the Dragons Backbone (龙脊梯田) Longji rice terraces; went there with a Chinese Friend we rented a prívate mini van with more people we dont know for 200rmb per person (food not included) round trip from Guilin, we arrived by train from Guangzhou!

Stayed: April 2017, travelled with friends
Thank LeydenK
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