Ryokan Sanki is a traditional Japanese guest house, tatami matting floors, futon sleeping arrangements and simple but lovely decor in the rooms and hallway. The stairs are steep to take your luggage up (I am 56, and was fine, but you wouldn't want dodgy knees).
Good free wifi. Buses and trains fairly close by. The bathroom is shared, and is clean and usable, but fairly rudimentary. I booked a double room as I thought that the double room had its own bath, but no. It was absolutely fine, but its good to know what to expect.
Sanki is in the original entertainment area, and there is an old geisha house just across the road that has been preserved as a museum. It is quite exquisite, and well worth a visit.More
- Breakfast included
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