From hotels to traditional Japanese ryokan inns to guest houses, visitors to Gifu Prefecture have a wide variety of accommodations to choose from. There are many hotels in the immediate surrounding areas of all the major train stations, and there is plenty of freedom to choose a hotel that fits your budget, whether a high-class hotel, a business hotel, or something in between. At ryokan or guest houses, breakfast and dinner are typically included as part of the package, and these meals offer guests a great opportunity to savor the local flavors and cuisine. Many of these facilities--especially ryokan--also feature hot spring baths, Japanese-style tatami rooms with futons, and yukata (light kimono) that guests can wear. All of this, combined with the local-style meals, creates a wonderful, uniquely traditional Japanese experience that never fails to impress! In general, guest houses tend to be less expensive than ryokan and have more of an atmosphere of staying in someone's home, creating an intimate, friendly experience.
Located about ten minutes by car from the World Heritage Site Shirakawa-go, this hotel has a soothing natural hot spring bath and wonderfully flavored food prepared with local ingredients from the forest and the sea.
50 minutes from JR Takayama Station (Takayama Line)
90 minutes from JR Kanazawa Station
|Address||223 Magari, Shirakawa Village, Ono District, Gifu | Map|
|Phone/FAX||05769-6-1187 / 05769-6-1287|
|Price||JPY 10,600 - 27,900 per person|