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Boasting a bar, terrace and views of city, CM Park Hotel is set in Andong, 2.9 km from Andong Hahoe Folk Village. Clean, full amenities, relatively quiet. Bed was comfortable. The remote controls everything including room temperature and lighting. Well maintained. There was pipe noise whenever neighbor flushes or use shower. The breakfast buffet was good but healthier options would be more desirable.
Featuring a shared lounge, garden and views of garden, Haru The Guesthouse is located in Andong, 3.8 km from Andong Folk Museum. Everything was nice ! The owner is very helpful and kind. the rooms are very comfortable and spacious, nice bathroom and kitchen. Good location and easy transportation. Would totally go back when in Andong.
Situated in Andong, 7.2 km from Andong Icheondong Seokbulsang, Andong Poong-gyung HOSTEL n LIBRARY features accommodation with a bar, free private parking, a shared lounge and a garden. The main floor was a cute book cafe and had friendly cats! The room was also super clean and comfy!
The 1st Andong Hostel is conveniently located 60 metres south of Andong Bus Terminal. All units are equipped with air conditioning and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The Host took our bags before the checkin time so we could visit during the day. The hostel is right next to the bus station which is very convenient. We slept in good quality koreans futons. It was very comfortable ! For the dinner our host recomended an excellent barbecue restaurant of local meat, just 200 meters uppon the hostel. Our stay was great !
Located in Andong, 800 metres from Andong Hahoe Folk Village and 2 km from Hahoe Mask Museum, Okyeon Jeongsa provides accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning and access to a garden. The pavilion is gorgeous. History oozes from every inch of the property. My room was large and quite comfortable. I was warm and comfortable on a very cold night (38F). Breakfast was delicious and beautifully presented. The host was exceptionally gracious and helpful. I loved this place.
Wolyeongchae is 2 km from Andong Station and 8 km from Andong Bus Terminal. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the... Good supply of juice milk coffee and cereal. Food for snacks as well.
Bukchondaek has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, set in Andong, 200 metres from Andong Hahoe Folk Village. Absolutely everything - authenticity, caring owner, beautiful and calm surroundings. It is a truly unique place where everything is thought about until the slightest details. By the way, we were offered korean meals’ dinners that were just delicious. I would certainly recommend staying in Bukchondaek for anyone travelling in Andong region.
We will only able to see some of the sights we planned to see because of transport difficulties. Some of the sites were more than an hour by bus from our hotel. Also, one of the sites, Imcheonggak House was under renovation and we could not visit. The chief attraction is the Andong Hahoe Folk Village and the adjacent Mask Museum. For those of you who are interested in soju, there is a Soju and Traditional Korean Food museum.
Andong is a bit of a smaller city, but its motto is the "Cultural Center of Korea," so that gives you some idea of what it has to offer. It has some famous attractions like Hahoe Village, the light-up bridge, and a musical fountain that's worth seeing at night. It has a good choice of restaurants, and though unfortunately, I didn't have the opportunity to eat Andong's famous Jjindak dish, there were plenty of restaurants offering this choice along Restaurant Alley. The city bus in Andong is very easy to hop on and ride, and I recommend using Naver or Kakao Maps to get where you need to. It's a lovely city for a shorter trip, maybe a max of four to five days, to see everything this city has to offer.
Andong is a small city that is a breath of fresh air and change of pace from the larger cities. We visited the folk village, a very nice temple with well kept gardens, and a bath house. Outside of downtown the towns are small, but of course they all have great food and noraebangs. The major downside is the bus schedule, outside of downtown buses are infrequent and stop running before 8PM. Taxis may or may not be willing to take you to further destinations, and you may or may not be willing to pay to get as far as you might need to go.
Wonderful place if you are really interested in traditional Korean culture, both local (folk mask dance in Ha Hoe village, the old village itself, old streets with picturesque houses, wooden bridge, fine local food) and universal (Confucian academies and schools, Confucian prints museum, Buddhist temples, Catholic church),
Andong is a small quite city and very traditional yet there are lots of big brand store there in that city. You could find Adidas , Fila , Nike ,and so many other big brand open their store in that city. I came to Andong because of the Hahoe Village. A traditional village that still keep remain the same until now and watched the traditional Mask dance. They have schedule for the public transportation bus. So please do not missed the time or you have to wait at least 30 - 60 minutes for the next bus to come . Find the time schedule at Andong station so you will have the guide for your tour. Most people do not speak English.
Andong was an amazing place to visit. I travel for 3 reasons: food, drink, and culture. Andong had these 3 in spades. The local cuisine from jjimdalk to Andong ribs was all amongst the best I have ever had. The meat quality of the Andong galbi rivaled wagyu. The area hosts a range of local drinks. From the over potent Andong sonu to the Andong magkolli it was all special and unique. Added bonus was a craft beer bar at the end of the pub alley that had a local craft lager on draft that was very good. As to culture this is second only to Kyongju in my opinion for enjoying Korean folk culture. Hahoe Village and mask museum, confuscinland, Andong Folk Village, and the Andong soju and folk cuisine museum were all highlights and either free or under 10,000 won a person. Most being free.
We love the heritage house. We understand the proprietor is the 9th generation owner. The hanok maintained its character and therefore was a truly authentic experience. The breakfast spread, which we had in a separate dining room, was wonderful. Traditional and delicious. Located in the Hahoe village also meant it was easy to explore the village on foot. The owner was also very sweet and helpful and went the extra mile for us many times. Thank you!
It was such a unique serene stay! The hotel is located in a calm area with a view at Hahoe village across the river. Sleeping in hanok was surprisingly warm and comfy. The bathroom / shower was super well equipped and warm. Served traditional breakfast was a cherry on top. The host was communicated well and was very responsive. We arrived after dark. He saw my message immediately and quickly came to pick us up.
The room was very cheap, really worth its price, and it was close to a bus stop to visit the Andong Hahoe Village. The staff were really nice. The breakfast was included in the price; there was bread, jam, orange juice, cereals, milk, coffee/tea and a fried egg.
Traditional accommodation with 140years of history (as explained by the owner). Good location to drive to Hohoe village, Bongjeongsa temple, Confucius School and Woryeonggyo bridge. Room and common toilet is clean
This Hanok - traditional Korean house - is located in a quiet neighborhood of Andong. The house is very pretty and the courtyard perfect for breakfast. Mini - the dog is very social.
Although the place was not in the city center, Andong isn't too big and so walking there took about 12-15 minutes. The neighbourhood was quiet.
Excellent Hotel. Huge jacuzzi tub.