Tainan B&B / Minsu recommendations?

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Tainan B&B / Minsu recommendations?

Postby ben_gb » 01 Apr 2012, 10:32

Hello,

I'm planning a 2 night trip to Tainan in a week or so, and I wondered if anyone had any recommendations for a good B&B / 民宿?

I'm ideally looking for something on the smarter/higher end, perhaps a newer and modern-style place... price isn't an issue, but I would prefer a B&B instead of a hotel, as I've usually found B&Bs are more friendly and helpful about suggesting places to go etc.
I will be traveling there with my Taiwanese friend and we both speak and read Mandarin (and he also speaks some Taiwanese if necessary).

We'll be driving there by car, but would I think a more central location would be better to stay in, so we can walk out for dinner or for some exploring during the day.

Many thanks for any suggestions!

Cheers,
Ben
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