In the last years of the Ming Dynasty, a prince surnamed Zhu took a dragon chair and his family and fled south to this place. Such a small village was formed in the deep mountains of the Pujiang River.
Tianhoupeng Village currently has 40 families, still living in the yellow mud house left by the ancestors, living a secluded life in isolation.
Tianhoupeng B&B is an ancient house in the village, which was transformed into a courtyard house. It is hidden among the mountains and beside the clear stream. The first floor of the B&B consists of a dining room, living room, study, account room, stove, and hut. The guest rooms are on the second floor, named after each solar term.
The rooms are simple and rustic, the location of "Jingzhe" is very good, facing the stream, and there is a small living room, which is considered a suite.
The owner is very simple, and the price of each room type is uniform throughout the year. He is absolutely conscientious.
After breakfast, take a stroll in the village and watch the old people in the village work hard, watching fish by the stream, catching snails, bursts of sweet osmanthus fragrant in the heart, so peaceful and far-reaching.
Pujiang Tianhoupeng family, this restaurant is located in the Pujiang Old Gear 1967 Cultural and Creative Park. It is a model store of Pujiang ten bowl dishes. When you walk into this restaurant, you will see a pavilion. Next to the pavilion is a small bridge and flowing water. On the side of the kitchen is the living room. There are some ancient decorations. The egg tofu skin is the signature dish of this store and it is also my favorite dish. The recipe of this dish is quite simple. The famous tofu skin here is boiled with some eggs and bacon shreds into a soup. The yellow soup tastes fresh and has the fragrance of eggs and the fragrance of tofu skin. The name of the rice sieve is very special. This delicacy is like pressing the noodles into a curved dough. Add ribs and radish slices when it's time to taste fresh and fragrant, and the soup is also delicious. Like our Fujian glutinous rice dumplings, Lei Tou Kueh is wrapped in black sesame and sugar and you can eat it.