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Secret Garden Boutique Hotel

Stay in beautifully restored old mud brick homes in the ancient village of Jiuxian.

Walk around the old village and also explore the Yulong River Valley with the option of going on a bamboo raft to see the beautiful scenery.

Enjoy the excellent food and drinks in their restaurant.

Website: yangshuosecretgarden.com

Email :reservations@yangshuosecretgarden.com

Phone: +86 (0)773 8771932

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Tripadvisor: #5 of 433 Hotels

Booking.com: 9/10

Agoda: 8.7/10

C-trip: 4.6/5

Nearby to the Yulong River, Yangshuo Secret Garden is located in a quiet traditional village in Yangshuo, surrounded by beautiful countryside views. All the rooms feature local-inspired décor and traditional furnishing. Free Wi-Fi is provided.

Secret Garden is a 20-minute drive from Yangshuo.

The elegant guestrooms are fitted with en suite bathrooms with showers and free toiletries.

Guests can take a stroll in the lovely garden, and explore the old town by renting a bicycle or car. Bamboo raft excursions in Yulong River can be arranged by the property.

The on-site restaurant serves a fine selection of local and international dishes.

Facilities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Safety deposit boxes
  • Library
  • Luggage storage
  • Laundry service
  • Family rooms
  • Bicycle rental
  • Car park
  • Garden
  • Restaurants
  • Coffee shop

Our Story

The Secret Garden story began in 2009 when Fengzi decided to try & save from destruction a gorgeous Qing Dynasty courtyard house in Jiuxian Village, Yangshuo County.

With the help of the Jiuxian Village Leader, after 5 months of negotiating with the 6 landlords, Fengzi managed to lease the property and a few days later leased an adjacent house that had all but fallen to the ground.

Unfortunately the landlord's wanted the cash for the full 20 year lease up front which left Fengzi penniless and unable to renovate the buildings. He approached Faye with the idea of opening a hotel together which would hopefully generate income to lease and renovate further houses, thereby preserving a small segment of local Chinese history & culture. To date we have leased 5 buildings & completed the renovation of 4 of these.