Set amid temples and tea plantations about 20 minutes from central Hangzhou, this tranquil resort is housed by the rustic structures of a former village, many dating to the early 1800s. The 46 lodgings, linked by cobbled pathways and set around private courtyards, feature simple but elegant elmwood furniture, lattice screens, underfloor heating and calligraphy. A stone walkway, once the main street of the village (and still a public thoroughfare), links the resort’s various areas, which include a library, a cigar room and a spa consisting of five bamboo houses with a seasonal outdoor pool. The casual Steam House restaurant offers local specialties, and the Tea House serves tea grown in the surrounding fields. This haven provides a memorable glimpse of traditional Chinese culture.
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Lowest Rate: Village Room, $770; Editor’s Choice: Village Suite, $860.
Daily continental breakfast for two served at the restaurant or in room; Daily access to Feilaifeng Scenic Area and Lingyin Temple for two; Wi-Fi; When booking the Village Villa, a designated one-hour spa treatment for two once during the stay; When booking the Amanfayun Villa, a designated one-hour spa treatment for four once during the stay
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