Champs Homestay is located in Four-eyed Well southern shore of West Lake, leaning to Qinglong Mountain and Bamboo-lined Path Garden at Manjuelong Village,between the busy Hupao Road and the lush woods, about one mile from the Prince’s Bay Garden, a famous park in Hangzhou. For the Chiangnan landscape style inn, it collects white walls, grey tiles, bamboo forest, alleys, plank roads, as well as old wooden desks in a body. The peace and serenity of this white-walled complex is a welcome relief from the irrepressible energy of the city outside. Southeast of the main building stands a yard with the fountain, tea rooms, sun umbrellas, osmanthus fragrans, and a flower bed with old wooden fence. On sunny days, you can enjoy relaxing moments in the cane chairs, basking in the sunshine and listening to the music; while on rainy days, you can spend a whole day in tea house, enjoying fine tea and the song of raindrops drummed rhythmically against the tiles.
It is not only the starting point of homestay, but also the spiritual sanctuary that fills thick French amorous feelings and the pastoral romance, flowing out of the warmth of home.
Champs Homestay gives a wonderful welcome to everyone from all over the world to drop in anytime. We will always be here waiting for you to leisurely see flowers bloom and fade at vestibule and calmly look the clouds fold and stretch in sky together.