5 bedroom village house

5 bedroom village house




Dec 2013

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
4 Bathrooms
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About our home

Our village house is set in a small gated village complex, in the Sai Kung area of Hong Kong. Surrounded by woods and hills, it is ideal for all sorts of visitors who are seeking beaches, hiking trails, islands, boats and also the exciting city of Hong Kong island. Lots of expats live in this rural escape, with easy travel links into the city but a collection of seaside bars and restaurants in Sai Kung town. Our house is large, comfortable and comes with a live in Housekeeper who will be able to take care of washing, cooking and travel advice. If you like stunning scenery and didn't realize that Hong Kong was made up of 270 islands and was 70% National Park, pack your bags, bring your walking shoes and swimming costumes and come and stay at our house!


More about us

  1. We're a family of 4 with two daughters

  2. We've lived in Hong King for 11 years and Sai Kung for 9

  3. We love the hills, islands and fun people of Sai Kung and Hong Kong

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Sai Kung Square is full of western restaurants and some Michelin starred Cantonese Seafood restaurants
Cool bars
for come of the coolest bars in the world head to Lan Kwai Fong and Central in Hong Kong Island or try the highest bar in the world - Ozone - on the 105th floor of the ICC Building.
Cozy cafés
Cosy cafes can be found in the twisty, winding streets of Sai Kung old town or you can try traditional Cantonese street food in any of the Dai Pai Dongs in the backstreets of Mong Kok or Sham Shui Po
Retail therapy
Retail therapy at Pacific Place, Festival Walk or over the border in Shenzhen
Bit of culture
traditional street markets and Cantonese Opera can be found all over Hong Kong
Walks in the park
There is so much hiking to be done and the most AMAZING views. Try the 100km Maclehose Trail (or just one or two stages!) which starts in Sai Kung National Park and takes in deserted peaks and breath taking views. There are alternative hiking trails all over Hong Kong
Spot of exercise
running, swimming, walking, or hire a canoe off Sai Kung pier
Day tripping
A day/night in Macau, taking in a show, a Portuguese restaurant (we like Fernando's) and maybe a stop off at one of the many Casinos

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