Ruisui (瑞穗; Ruìsuì) is best known as a little hot springs town, though that's actually centred on Hongye sub-village, 3.5km west of the train station. Well-spaced spring hotels here range from very simple to a giant new fairy-tale resort in the form of a pseudo-Loire-Valley chateau.
Within a few kilometres' drive, you'll find plenty of very scenic countryside. There are farm visits and a tea plantation at Wuhu, a winding river gorge cutting east of Ruisui is popular for rafting and there's an accessible nature experience 10km north at Fuyuan Forest Recreation Area. The latter is arguably a more appealing place than Ruisui itself to take a hot-spring dip if you're not staying in an upper-market hotel.