Bayhill Pool & Villa, Jeju, South Korea – Relaxing Villa lifestyle

Bayhill Pool & Villa is a luxury pool villa in Seogwipo City, Jeju, located south of Haye-dong. There are nine villas and one hotel structure. Each area is created with a distinct theme in mind. It provides the ideal setting for guests to unwind. The blue sea to the south of Jeju Island may be viewed via the broad windows in all of the apartments. After a long day, chill in the outdoor pool or in the private jacuzzis in your room.

This hotel is a hidden gem nestled away from the tourist traps of the Tourist Complex, where you may get a taste of real Jeju.

It takes 2 hours to fill up the outdoor jacuzzi. So plan ahead!

The front desk personnel spoke excellent English and provided extensive information about the hotels and surrounding area. Our villa was amazing. Sea view rooms in both rooms, complementary beverages (cokes, waters, beers), adequate cutlery and plates given in kitchen drawers, microwaves, jacuzzi outdoors, double swings in balcony to watch the sunset All toiletries were included in the package.

Families or groups of more than 6 should book the Castle Villa. Others are ideal for romantic getaways.

Narnia is a top-notch restaurant that provides both upmarket Korean and western food (with an Italian slant). On the property, there is also a spa. We opted not to hire a car because there was plenty to see and do on foot. Between Routes 8 and 9, a 5-minute stroll will take you to the sea and the Olle Trail. We witnessed the beautiful Jeju Haenyeo, women free divers, collect abalone and other seafood and shellfish along the shore. In summary, we had a fantastic time in Jeju, particularly at the Bayhill.

Photos: Bayhill Pool & Villa, Jeju

424, Yerae-ro, Seogwipo, Jeju Island 63538 South Korea

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