Sunny Day B&B ｜ Shirley．Embrace the Mountain Lushness and Share the Beautiful Life with You
When the water was brought to a boil, Shirley loaded the pouring kettle with hot water, then poured it slowly into the dripper as the coffee grounds gradually rose up. Delightful aromas flowed in the air as the coffee dripped into the carafe. While Shirley concentrated on brewing coffee with a calm smile on her face, our minds also quieted down with the flowing of water. We were at Sunny Day B&B, where invited the natural elements into its space and presented four spacious rooms to the guests, embodying the hostess Shirley’s dedication to an ideal life.
The Door Inn ｜ PEI．Depict Dreams on the Canvas of Life
Passing through the Dihua Commercial District in Dadaocheng area with various irresistible food aromas, we stepped into the alley packed with houses and their daily life. We meant to push the door open quietly, but the hostess PEI already greeted us with her shiny smile from behind the glass door. As the door opened, we were welcomed by a whiff of scent, just as sweet as PEI, who dressed girly with a refreshing vibe and whose eyes turned into moon crescents when she smiled. “The fragrance you are smelling is custom-made and exclusive to The Door Inn!” PEI’s words flowed in the fragrance blended with lavender, citrus, and lemon. When speaking of her past, she was comfortable as if we were just exchanging everyday conversation, but when she talked about how she transformed this old house into the lodging, her eyes were full of determination. The Door Inn was like a blank canvas on which PEI painted the ideal life of her own.
Migration Cafe and B&B ｜ Susu．The Fearless Journey toward the Dream
Wearing refreshing summery attire and tying her hair in a long ponytail, she welcomed you with a lively smile and led you into this century-old house, which embodied her dedication and passion. Susu, a Hakka girl from Hsinchu, loved everything in her hometown and endeavored to revitalize the cultural and artistic trend in Hsinchu. Thus, at age of 25, she opened up Migration Cafe and B&B in the small town of Neiwan as a starting point and begin this journey toward her dream.