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|Distance to city centre||27.6 km|
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was a nice quiet town , we visited during the off peak season so it felt very relaxing. Room was very spacious!
the hotel felt abit dated and creepy. might be because it was extremely quiet during the off season. Unfortunately there were not breakfast/dinner service while we are there so we were unable to experience the full Ryokan experience.
100 percent authentic Japanese experience. Delicious dinner - so much food! All the courses were really good. The private onsen was the best, we went every day. The lady running the ryokan was extremely polite and friendly.
There is a little bit of a language barrier. Nothing that cannot be crossed though! Also be ready for non-western tastes for breakfast.
The location was perfect , only 2 to 3 minutes walk, staff were friendly and helpful and the surrounding area was beautiful with lots of space for strolling and autumn leaves for viewing..so zen like!
A little disappointed that the toilet seat covers of my room and the common toilet were either not switched on or not working...very unJapanese!
The ladies were very friendly but since they spoke no English, I couldn't find out any information from them. Also, all the info brochures, even on the hotel itself were in Japanese, so I had to do my own research. The private onsen was cosy. Also, nearby, you can visit another outdoor onsen for women, as well as a foot bath. Excellent location.
I specifically booked a room with a mountain view, deluxe room promised that but the view was onto the road outside... The hotel is pretty old and you can feel that, it also felt empty, gave me a bit of a "Shining" vibe. I'm afraid myself and my husband were really disappointed with the food. Having travelled around Japan for a month now, it was pretty shocking because I had booked this accommodation based on previous reviews on food...maybe the chef has changed but two nights in a row both dinner and breakfast were just not tasty.
The onsen, ans also private onsen, are so relaxing. We used it several times and it was great. Hotel is very close to busstation and so a good location to explore the mountains. Room is clean and local diner and breakfast was a lot of food!
From outside the building looked a bit old, but once in the room and onsen it was all beautiful. Beds are really thin.
With a stay at Hirayuonsen Yamatokan in Takayama, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Kappa Bridge and Hirayu Onsen. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, luggage storage, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
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- Spacious rooms
- Great menu
- Close to public transport
- Very quiet
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FAQs when booking at Hirayuonsen Yamatokan
Where is Hirayuonsen Yamatokan located?
Hirayuonsen Yamatokan is located at Okuhidaonsenkyou Hirayu 600, 27.6 km from the centre of Takayama. Hirayu Onsen is the closest landmark to Hirayuonsen Yamatokan.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Hirayuonsen Yamatokan?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 10:00 at Hirayuonsen Yamatokan.
Does Hirayuonsen Yamatokan offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Hirayuonsen Yamatokan offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Hirayuonsen Yamatokan offer free parking?
Yes, Hirayuonsen Yamatokan offers free parking.
Does Hirayuonsen Yamatokan offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Hirayuonsen Yamatokan does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Hirayuonsen Yamatokan from the airport?
Hirayuonsen Yamatokan is 33.3 km from Matsumoto. Hirayuonsen Yamatokan is 60.4 km from Toyama.
Can you bring pets to Hirayuonsen Yamatokan?
No, pets are not allowed at Hirayuonsen Yamatokan.
Does Hirayuonsen Yamatokan have a pool?
No, Hirayuonsen Yamatokan does not have a pool on-site.
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Most popular landmarks
- Hirayu Onsen 261 m
- Hirayu Onsen Ski Place 0.7 km
- Hirayu Waterfall 1.7 km
- Okuhida Onsen 3.3 km
- Fukuchi Kabe no Aodaru 4.1 km
- Hida Daishonyudo Cave 11.5 km