This was our chance to experience a traditional Japanese hotel and it didn't disappoint. It's not small and quaint, but it does feel very traditional and the staff really care about making the experience a treat.
Our room was beautiful (we took the sea view Japanese suite) and we loved the way it was transformed from sitting to sleeping seamlessly. The food was great - not all to Western tastes perhaps but that was part of the charm. The spa was lovely too and completely empty, and the kimonos were fun too.
We were the only non-Japanese there, and while we were out of season, it felt like it was an OAP retreat for everyone else.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking