We have four guest rooms - 3 rooms with a double and single bed and 1 room with bunk beds. One communal bathroom with shower. A large living room looking out over the ocean. Patio and seating area outside with nice views of the Pacific and mountains.
Our location here is nice and quiet with lovely views of the ocean to the front and the mountains behind us. You are a 10 minute walk from the usually very quiet beach. If you're looking for some peace and quiet with quality relaxation time thrown in then this is the place...
Here we have a large living room space with great views of the ocean. Out front we have a patio/porch area with seating and a long bar with great views. A large kitchen is available for tea and coffee making etc.
There is always someone here during the day to cater for our guests. Lunch and dinner can be provided here (dinner needs to be ordered before 3 pm). We can help out with all sorts of recommendations from history of the island/region to where the best sights/walks/cycles are in the area.
The temperatures here range from low to mid 30s (celsius) in summer and 15 to 25 in winter. It rarely drops below 15 though. In summer we usually get a nice cool breeze down from the mountains at night so it never usually gets too humid as it does in the cities.
Guests are expected to make themselves at home here and of course to totally wind-down and relax.
Pets are allowed here as we have some of our own.
Smoking is allowed here only not in the bedrooms.
Irish male living in Taiwan over 26 years now. Main reason for being in Taiwan this long simply is the people - very friendly and hospitable. Also of course the food here is excellent and very reasonably priced. Taiwan has some fantastic scenery and has a very pleasant climate. Moved down to Taiwan's south-east in late 2013 after 25 yrs in Taipei to experience another side to this beautiful and diverse island. So it's great to have people down here from the north or over from the west of the island to introduce this part of the ever-changing coastline to - with Taitung's probably being the last stretch of Taiwanese coastline to be relatively unspoiled or 'developed' yet really. And long may it remain so...