Finding an ideal family-friendly bed and breakfast in Ren'ai Township does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Ching Jing Homeland Resort, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Ching Jing Homeland Resort, visitors can check out Cuihu Walkway (1.6 mi) and Sunset Walkway (1.6 mi), some of Ren'ai Township's top attractions.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge, and you can go online as Ching Jing Homeland Resort offers guests free wifi. Guests are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant.
While in Ren'ai Township be sure to experience local hotpot favourites at Carton King - Cingjing.
Best of all, Ching Jing Homeland Resort makes it easy to experience many great Ren'ai Township attractions like Small Swiss Garden and Swiss Garde, which are some popular gardens.
Ching Jing Homeland Resort looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Ren'ai Township.
We booked two rooms, one of which was good; the other was quite humid & smelled mouldy. I was told that on a clear day, guests would be able to see the milky wayfrom the parking lot. They don't serve dinner at the B&B. The manager was friendly and she helped us organized pick up from a nearby restaurant for dinner. The breakfast was simple - toasts, congee and some reheated canned / ready-made food. At such rates, i'm sure there are many other B&B options in this area.
We stayed only 1 night. We had the top floor duplex room which the children enjoyed immensely. We got a car from Kaohsiung and drove up CingJing. Finding the road to the resort was a challenge, we had to stop at a few other hotels along the road to ask for directions. If you're driving here, the road leading down to the resort is only one lane, there is a red light blinking if there is a car already on the lane. Breakfast is the typical Taiwanese spread of porridge and toast bread. It can get quite cold at night, so the electric blankets helps a lot! We experienced 2 degrees Celcius at 7am in the morning.
HUGE spacious rooms. Awesome breakfast (if you like Taiwanese home style food- cabbage, pickles, congee etc). Really yummy and healthy. The best thing about it the minsu is the owners. Really really kind people. Went out of their way to help me and my boyfriend get back our lost camera (we left it on the coach all the way down the mountain much to our dismay). Helped us so much with booking tours etc and bringing our luggage out. Just super super kind and fantastic people. Thank you so much Mr Chen and Sabrina for our wonderful stay! :D thanks also to your father! We won't forget you!
Was not expecting much upon my arrival as this is a minsu, not a hotel. We booked this minsu as it claimed to be close by to 青青草原, the main attraction of cing jing. Firstly, we were greeted by constant rain. I think it stopped raining for all of half an hour during our 2nights stay. That isn't the minsu's fault, except, it is located quite inconveniently, requiring you to walk on a very steep, slippery, long, unlit slope to get to and from the minsu. As a result, we were limited to the four or so restaurants that offered pickup service. Also, that slope made it incredibly inaccessible to everywhere. Attractions included. We ended up paying a lot of money to taxi drivers. It was also incredibly cold, even though it was not supposed to be the cold season. The minsu was incredibly basic. The room is exactly the same temperature as outdoors, though you are just slightly protected from the wind. It made us afraid to shower and wash our hair every evening we were there. Showering was downright uncomfortable and the water took so long to heat up. You would avoid even washing your hands and we couldn't help but Yelp the first time we touched the ice cold water from the taps! Right after showering, we would have to hop straight into bed as the bed was a heated bed. Even though it was heat adjustable, my face froze at night, so much so that I woke up countless times because my nose felt like it was being frozen off. Breakfast was exactly this - plain porridge with condiments (veg, pork floss, egg, and maybe one or two more dishes), bread you could toast on your own with three types of spread to choose from (coconut jam, strawberry jam, peanut butter). Coffee, black tea, milk tea, hot water, cold water. There were not enough seats to go around. We tried to wash our clothes there but with the humidity being close to 100%, nothing dried even a little bit after 36 hours. So, we requested to borrow a dryer because we didn't want to carry our wet clothes in the luggage. We were denied. Not sure if they do not have a dryer, but they claimed they didn't have one - judging from how wet the clothes were after 36 hours, they would probably need loads of hanging space as well as clothes if they didn't have one, so I didn't buy that. Lastly, as soon as we checked in, the minsu owner immediately sold us transportation services upon our departure. The fare was NTD 450 per pax to get back to Taichung HSR. As we were travelling with a two year old in tow, we opted for it. We were told that we will be sitting in a nine seater and the bus will take us straight to the HSR. We were picked up 15 mins before schedule. Then we proceeded to wait by the roadside for another 20 mins for the second group. Then there were three more stops and the whole pick up process lasted 45 minutes. We then drove to what we thought was he HSR. Then, we were unceremoniously chased off the bus in the middle of nowhere with no explanation whatsoever, and squashed into a taxi with two other equally confused tourists from another minsu, because it was "faster" and so the other people could head off to 日月潭 without either group having to accommodate the other. We were not told of this arrangement beforehand. So we were confused, scared, and it didn't help when the other two people paid the driver NTD 300 each, and we were there to witness the same. Wouldn't stay there ever again.…
This is my second time here in 2 years. I really like this place very much.. The owners are nice, friendly. Their dog is one of the reasons people turned up at this place. The area is very nice and refreshing too. Their rooms are spacious and comfortable. Their bed have heater underneath it. You won't feel cold at night. We felt like we are home staying here. Don't mind coming back again..
There was a one way slope down to the hotel. (Which means there's only one way for car going in and car coming out). Slope was pretty steep and it was dark. Our driver had to on the high beam to drive down the slope and it was really misty as it was very cold when we arrived. I have got 3 kids travelling with me, 2 big luggages, 1 medium luggage and a small luggage. When I did the check in, it turned out to be a nightmare as they have arranged a room for me on the 3rd level! I told the owner about all the luggages and he doesn't seem really happy. He then offered to help us with the luggages very unwillingly. Nonetheless, room was really big and spacious with heated beds. Lots of mosquitos and toilet is not that clean. They have specific timing for heated water supply. Breakfast is only a so~so. The only good is that the location from this homestay is only a 5-7 min drive to Green green grassland.…
My family travelled in Taiwan in October 2015 for a week. Out of the 6 nights in Taiwan, this was the accommodation that we, especially my old parents, felt most comfortable and cosy. The family room for four was large and clean and equipped with standard amenities. There was more space for furniture, especially chairs, as compared to most hotel rooms. The window opened out to nice scenery of small plantations and distant mountains. A large teddy bear sat at the window, and caught our attention the moment we stepped into the room, as if welcoming us. The breakfast consisted of porridge with a variety of side dishes of Taiwanese favour. I am not a porridge-person but found it simple and delicious. I helped myself to three bowls of porridge. There was also bread with butter and jam. As the resort was located on the top of the hill at 1850m, the morning sun was glaring and scorching in the cool weather. I could not evaluate on the service of the staff, as we did not have much interaction with them. It was our driver-guide who arranged our stay at this nice place and settled all accommodation matters for us. I like the feel of this place and would recommend it.…
My American husband meant to give me a birthday surprise by booking us with a villa at Shangri-la Hanging Gardens at Cingjing. We overlooked and forgot to look up the Chinese name and address of the villa. We went through some troubles and still came to the wrong place. Yet the owner Mr Chan (陳志明) of 清境家園景觀山莊offered help in no time. He noticed our frustration because the service centre cheated us and gave us the wrong info. Instead of going along with my request to call the service center, he comforted us and said he could get us on a shuttle at very minimal costs. The shuttle appeared up on the slope in less than five minutes and he even drove us up to the slope instead of having us to scroll our heavy suitcases uphill. If we hadn't prepaid for the villa, we would have stayed with Mr Chan instead. With my short visit, I noticed that 清境家園景觀山莊 has a very tranquil environment. There are two lovely golden retrievers lying peacefully under the sun. The reception area which is also the cafe looks very welcoming. I could have spent a few hours there sipping coffee and reading a good book. Perhaps next time... (One last comment...if you are not local Taiwanese, you may wish to do more research about Cingjing. It is a very nice mountain resort area but all their service centers and B&B do not offer enough choices of food and services. Just be mindful if that serves your purpose of vacation.)…
Very nice owner! Upgraded us from twin bed room to a penthouse suite. Helped us to call restaurant and transportation. Lovely and friendly dogs. Clean room and beds. Silent and relaxing good view. However very simple breakfast.
2nd time staying here. The first time we came, we didn't had a driver. Hence friendly 陈爸爸drove us back from e Swiss garden after we venture from e Qingjing farm all e way to Swiss garden ~ Their rooms are equipped with thermal blankets hence we didn't suffer much from e cold. Loves e simple breakfast of porridge & side dishes. There's bread & toast too if u want. Milk tea taste nice too. Oh, i miss e cabbage.. Not forgetting XiaoMi, e Labrador that look at you & make u feel guilty with her pitiful eyes when u dine too. Overall it's a nice & cosy place with friendly owners.