스킵 네비게이션
Hanok guesthouse

Stay Davansa

Published Date : 2023-06-08 / Edited Date : 2024-04-18
Name
Stay Davansa
Neighborhood
Other
Check-in/out
Check-in : 15:00 / Check-out : 11:00
Website
https://naver.me/52hNhRqU
Language(s)
English
About
For guests who need rest, we offer the beauty of nature. Literary persons have since lived in Seochon Village on the western end of Gyeongbokgung Palace. If you walk along the charming alleyways, you will find a small hanok (traditional Korean house) called Stay Davansa (meaning “daily affairs” in Korean). Here, you can enjoy the cozy garden and the open air while gazing toward the sky or reading while drinking a cup of tea you made yourself.
  • For guests who need rest, we offer the beauty of nature. Literary persons have since lived in Seochon Village on the western end of Gyeongbokgung Palace. If you walk along the charming alleyways, you will find a small hanok (traditional Korean house) called Stay Davansa (meaning “daily affairs” in Korean). Here, you can enjoy the cozy garden and the open air while gazing toward the sky or reading while drinking a cup of tea you made yourself.
Details
  • Stay Davansa is a private hanok for only one group of guests. Up to two guests can use the house and enjoy the jacuzzi pool installed inside the house while looking out toward the cozy garden, drinking the tea you made yourself, and reading.
Type, Rooms, Capacity
Type Rooms Capacity
Single Room 1 2
Amenities
  • Private bathroom
  • Wi-Fi/Internet
  • AC/heating

Transportation
Walk straight for 160 m from Exit 2 of Gyeongbokgung Station, and turn left. Go past the entrance of Tosokchon Samgyetang restaurant, and enter the next narrow alley.