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Nice place, friendly staff and clean.
You can walk from the station or take a bus. One-day ticket for bus is 500 yen, very god because every sightseeing-points are a bit off.
Use the bus 205 or 17 from the guesthouse to the Gion-district.
• Host/s: The desk staff we saw all spoke good English and were welcoming. We were shown around the inn and everything we needed to know about was explained to us.
• Value for money: Not too badly priced for Kyoto. The room itself was...More
The Ryokan was great, very well situated about a 15 minute walk from the centre of Kyoto and with easy reach of transportation. The staff were very friendly and welcoming...couldnt do enough for you. Facilities were first class with plenty of showers and bathrooms
Quiet, easy place to stay. The same family has owned it for many years and they are experienced with foreigners. I've stayed there many times over the space of 20 years and always found it clean, well-managed and relaxing. It's definitely not spacious or fancy,...More
This hotel building is an old Japanese style wooden house. For passengers love Japanese style house, this will be a good choice. The staffs are pretty good. Rooms are comfortable, but might be noisy due to it's an old wooden house. The toilets...More
$38 - $125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#90 Top resorts Hotel in Kyoto
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