we stayed here with our family and occupied three of the four rooms, including the family room. It was perfect for accomodating our group. The family room had a kitchen stocked with food and beverages and a cozy dining area so it made for a nice gathering space. The other rooms were more basic but did have a computer, small fridge and hot pot for tea. The owner doesn't live there, but was kind responsive and accomodating. The house is nestled in an historic neighborhood within walking distance of Changdeokgung, Gyeongbokung, and the Main Street of Insadong. The neighborhood had many shops, restaurants, cafes, and places to rent Traditional clothing by the hour.
房間建議：The website says to go thru the station to cross to the other side of the street,but there is a...
One of the most charming places I've ever stayed in. Elegant and artistic neighbourhood, perfect accomodation, traditional house. I almost don't want to share how beautiful this place has been, as I hope it will remain unchanged.
I have only good things to say about this hanok.We enjoyed every single moment there.The location is great, the family room where we stayed is pretty cool and we enjoyed the warm beds so much ( when we got to Seoul temperatures were really low).Also the landlord left us water and snacks, we had Internet and the connection was really good.This together with Seoul per se made our experience a memorable one.Next time we go to Seoul will make sure to stay here again if there is availability.
We stayed in the Family Room for a week with our 3 and 5 yo children, and we loved the place. If you follow the instructions on the website, it's pretty easy to find. It's located in the Bukchon Hanok Village, which is a quiet neighborhood, but at the same time it's very near Anguk subway station and close to major streets, convenience stores, restaurants, etc. The owner doesn't live on site, so either you let him know in advance your arrival time, or you call him on his mobile when you get there (you can use the phone at a nearby cafe) and he'll be there within 30 minutes. His English is rather good and he's extremely helpful. There are 2 rooms separated by sliding doors, each with a double bed (and a heating mattress!). The rooms have heated floors and the kitchen had a heater, so we could easily adjust the warmth to our liking. There's a small kitchen but it's very well-equipped : rice cooker, toaster, microwave, large frigde, gas stove, etc. There's free wi-fi, and even a computer, and a washing machine! (no dryer like it's customary in Korea). The bathroom is rather spacious, with an open shower (like everywhere else in Korea). You can also use the courtyard. Oh, and there's food provided! (we were very surprised, it wasn't mentioned on the website). The owner went to Costco and provided us with juice, milk, white bread, pastries, strawberries, apples, butter, jam, coffee, tea, bacon! We had a great time, we didn't want to leave! The other rooms are much more basic I think (just beds, bathroom and a small fridge). Also, the walls are rather thin, so if you have noisy neighbors, it could be a bit bothersome.…
It's comfortable lodging but hard to find. It has traditional setting but no interaction with the owner. You need to call the owner to ask for directions. The room has heater which was beneficial for us.
房間建議：Suitable for travelers who just want to experience Korean traditional houses at a minimum level,...