15 Fa Peng Road

Bedrooms: 4
Per Night: $7,500
Per week: $52,500

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CHEUNG CHAU

Cheung Chau is a small island 10km Southwest of Hong Kong, it was traditionally a fishing village but has become a popular tourist attraction with sandy beaches, seafood cafes and hiking trails.  A fifteen-minute walk from the harbour takes you through the back streets of the small town and up to the secluded spot where the house itself is situated.

The beautiful colonial style house is nestled in a secluded spot overlooking the cliffs to the South East of Cheung Chau island. It has been designed with families in mind and sleeps up to 8 comfortably. The highlight is the expansive decking with a jacuzzi and rooftop entertaining space with panoramic views over the island and out to sea.

  • Ground Floor
  • First Floor
  • Outdoor Areas

Ground Floor

Inside the property is a large open plan kitchen/dining area, separated by a central reception hall from the spacious and comfortable living room. There is a further wet kitchen and storage area with a maid’s bunk beyond the main kitchen, and a snug / games room beyond the living room and two further ground floor toilets. The house is accessed by two “French window” style doors, one off the kitchen/dining room and one off the central hallway. The open plan kitchen/dining area has all modern amenities with hob, oven, microwave, fridge freezer and coffee machine. It has a breakfast bar with stools and a round table, replete with lazy Susan that can comfortably seat 8. The living room has a large comfortable L-shaped sofa and additional arm chairs. The wall mounted flat screen smart TV has Now TV and streaming services. The lounge opens onto a games room with another TV, games console and numerous board games for all the family.
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Ground Floor

Inside the property is a large open plan kitchen/dining area, separated by a central reception hall from the spacious and comfortable living room. There is a further wet kitchen and storage area with a maid’s bunk beyond the main kitchen, and a snug / games room beyond the living room and two further ground floor toilets. The house is accessed by two “French window” style doors, one off the kitchen/dining room and one off the central hallway. The open plan kitchen/dining area has all modern amenities with hob, oven, microwave, fridge freezer and coffee machine. It has a breakfast bar with stools and a round table, replete with lazy Susan that can comfortably seat 8. The living room has a large comfortable L-shaped sofa and additional arm chairs. The wall mounted flat screen smart TV has Now TV and streaming services. The lounge opens onto a games room with another TV, games console and numerous board games for all the family.

First Floor

The wide sweeping staircase leads to the first floor where there is the beautifully appointed master bedroom with a full ensuite bathroom, separate free-standing bath tub with folding privacy screens and stunning ocean and hillside views. The master bedroom features a large California king sized bed, large wall mounted TV, audio equipment and phone chargers and fireplace. The ensuite bathroom has double sinks, toilet and shower. A second master bedroom with en-suite and two further family/bunk bed rooms ideal for 2 or more teenagers/children complete the accommodation.
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First Floor

The wide sweeping staircase leads to the first floor where there is the beautifully appointed master bedroom with a full ensuite bathroom, separate free-standing bath tub with folding privacy screens and stunning ocean and hillside views. The master bedroom features a large California king sized bed, large wall mounted TV, audio equipment and phone chargers and fireplace. The ensuite bathroom has double sinks, toilet and shower. A second master bedroom with en-suite and two further family/bunk bed rooms ideal for 2 or more teenagers/children complete the accommodation.

Outdoor Areas

Deck/Rooftop Outside the property there is a lawn area with an enclosed trampoline on one side of the house. On the other there is a raised decking area with sun loungers, outdoor furniture a gas BBQ and a jacuzzi. Beyond the decking the rooftop area has further tables chairs and loungers, as well as a bar area with sink and fridges and there is a free standing wood fired pizza oven. Both areas are ideal for outdoor entertaining and the perfect spot to enjoy the views out to sea at sunset.
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Outdoor Areas

Deck/Rooftop Outside the property there is a lawn area with an enclosed trampoline on one side of the house. On the other there is a raised decking area with sun loungers, outdoor furniture a gas BBQ and a jacuzzi. Beyond the decking the rooftop area has further tables chairs and loungers, as well as a bar area with sink and fridges and there is a free standing wood fired pizza oven. Both areas are ideal for outdoor entertaining and the perfect spot to enjoy the views out to sea at sunset.

The Basics

Sleeps: 8

Minimum stay: 2 nights

Arrival and Departure: Arrival from 3 pm, departure by 11:00 am

Bed Linen: High quality linen supplied and changed weekly

Towels: Each guest has a hand towel and bath sheet.

Pet Friendly: No

Refundable Security Deposit: HKD $8000

Facilities

  • Smart TV
  • Inclusive Now TV, Netflix and Amazon Prime
  • Sonos speakers throughout the house.
  • Coffee machine
  • BBQ and outdoor dining area
  • Fireplace
  • Board games, books and outdoor equipment
  • Jaccuzzi
  • Pizza oven

Inclusions

  • Wi-fi
  • Cost of all utilities
  • Breakfast
  • Maid service

Additional Services Available* (£)

  • Daily housekeeping (not available on Sundays)
  • Daily linen and towel change

Getting Here:

Take the ferry from Central pier 5, there is a slow ferry that takes 55 mins and a fast one that takes 35.

Fares for adults range from HK 13.20 for the Slow Ferry and HK 25.80 for the Fast Ferry.

Accessibility and Additional Information:

Arranged over two floors, there are some steps and raised entrances inside the property and stairs leading to the decking and rooftop space.There are no cars on the island so the main way of getting around is on foot or by bicycle. If you need to transport luggage, or provisions to the house a vehicle service can be arranged.

The breakfast included daily at CC can be adjusted based on dietary and ethical requirements. *Please note: additional services are subject to availability.

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Contact Address

1D, 38 Peel Street, Central, Hong kong

Email: stay@secretretreat.com

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Cheung Chau

Situated 10km from Hong Kong, Cheung Chau island is just a short but stunning ferry rideaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. The main port is a hive of activity with all kinds of vessels from trawlers to sampans floating back and forth across the picturesque  harbour. The promenade is lined with fantastic seafood restaurants, bars, cafes and stalls it is always busy with locals and tourists walking or cycling past.
  • So Bor Kee

    A popular seafood restaurant on the main street by the pier. Don't be fooled by the plastic chairs and tables this place serves up some fantastic seafood and wonderful local fresh dishes. G/F, 11C Pak She Praya Road, Cheung Chau, Hong Kong

  • New Baccarat

    Similar in style to So Bor Kee this authentic local restaurant that has been serving up delicious seafood for 20 years. 9A Pak She Praya Road, Cheung Chau, Hong Kong

  • The Outdoor Café

    THis cafe is part of the Cheung Chau windsurfing club located at Cheung Chau’s “Back Beach” which overlooks the surf with an extensive food and drink menu.  Stand-up paddle boards, kayaks and wind surf equipment can also be rented here.  Hak Pai Road, Cheung Chau, Hong Kong, 2981 8316 

  • Tung Wan Beach

    The larger of the two beaches this is long stretch of soft golden sand (pictured) with large changing rooms, and toilets, life guards, nearby snack restaurants that also hire out beach toys and swimwear, as well as two floating platforms and shark nets. A collection of small trees along the beach provide a small amount shade while the far ends of the beaches have small rocky outcrops.  Overlooked by the Warrick Hotel and just 5 minutes walk from the Ferry Pier it is the number one choice for most visitors to the island. The path from the ferry pier is well signposted.

  • Kwun Yam Beach 

    Smaller than Tung Wan this beach has coarser sand and only half the swimming area, but a quieter and more laid back style. With only minimal changing and toilet facilities it can't cater to a large crowd, but the popular beach bar attracts a crowd of locals residents particularly on weekends.  Close behind the beach is a path leading past a small temple then up into the wooded hills.  To reach Kwun Yam Wan Beach simply turn right and walk along the Beach Road with the sea on your left until you leave the main beach, and 3 minutes walk beyond you will see Kwun Yam Wan. You will walk over a small rocky headland that is between the two beaches, it also that connects to the Helicopter landing pad which is used for air ambulance evacuation flights taking patients from the nearby island hospital, while above is the Windsurfer Cafe in an old lifesaving association building.

  • Bike Rental

    Rent a Bike Rent a bike (for as cheap as $50 for the day) and ride around the island. Turn left when you get off the ferry, and stroll along the waterfront until you get to a bike shop. You may be asked to leave a deposit, but it’s refundable when you return the bikes. From there, you can head to the beach, visit the caves or just explore where you like. Bikes come with baskets for your bag and locks so you can keep them safe while you explore. The island is small enough to bike around, so we suggest getting there early, having a seafood lunch and then enjoying an afternoon at the beach.

  • Cheung Po Tsai Cave

    Explore the Cheung Po Tsai cave, rumoured to be a hiding spot for infamous pirate Cheung Po Tsai. It gets dark inside, so remember to either bring a small handheld torch or use your phone torch. To get there, make a right after you get off the ferry, and walk for about 20 minutes toward Sai Wan Tin Hau Temple. When you get to the temple, walk up the hill for about 10 minutes and you will find the cave.

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    What our customers are saying Amazing!

    The house and helper were equally AMAZING! It has every amenity you need and was the perfect getaway for me and a few friends. The host was very responsive and helpful. It is quite a walk from the ferry, wear comfortable shoes and definitely worth paying to have your luggage and groceries brought to the house so you can enjoy the walk and sites. Looking forward to going back to the gem on the hill.

    - Gretchen