My friend and I spent one night here in March. We decided to check in after exploring Hakone during the day. Unfortunately, after taking the ship across Lake Ashi, we could not find our way back to the guesthouse for several hours! We asked multiple people and no one seemed to know where it was. Finally, we took a bus back to one of our starting points and finally found the place from there. That aside, the guesthouse itself was very quaint and the girls at the front desk were very nice and gave us recommendations for restaurants in the area. The beds were extremely comfortable and each of us got to use the onsen, which was a nice experience. Breakfast was western style and pretty filling. Overall, very nice guesthouse, but I would probably recommend going straight there from the station and settling in, and only afterwards going to explore Hakone because doing it the other way around made it really difficult to find.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Japanese Family style Inn (B&B). We welcome foreign individual tourist who would like to experience real Japanese life style. All staff speak English so that you have no proble to cmmunicate with us. Natural Hot Spring Bath is available. We'll give you all information about Hakone National Park in English. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fuji-Hakone Guest House Hotel Hakone-Machi