No Meals

  • Communal sitting area

  • Minpaku Kodo

  • Sample guestroom

  • Sample guestroom

  • View from guestroom

  • Entrance

  • Kitchen

  • Toilet

  • Washing area

  • Bath

  • Welcome board

  • Sign

  • Bunk bed room on first floor

Minpaku Kodo

 Description

Minpaku Kodo is a family home refurbished into a guesthouse.  It is ~5 minute walk south from the entrance of the Daimon-zaka slope, a short but scenic section of the world-famous Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route network.

No meals are supplied but they have a full kitchen to use and instant foods on sale. 

This is a resonably priced guesthouse in a residential area at the foot of Nachisan.

◆Important Note about Check-in◆
Guests arriving on Saturday, Sunday and national holidays will be checked in by the owner. But guests arriving most weekdays will be required to do self-check-in.
Check-in information will be provided after reservation confirmation and payment.

 Price

Japanese Style Room | Weekdays
1 guest(s) 7,900 yen
2 guest(s) 8,900 yen
3 guest(s) 12,800 yen
Japanese Style Room | Saturdays, Long Holidays, Golden week, Obon & New year’s holidays
1 guest(s) 9,900 yen
2 guest(s) 10,800 yen
3 guest(s) 15,400 yen
Western Style Room | Weekdays
1 guest(s) 7,900 yen
2 guest(s) 8,900 yen
Western Style Room|Saturdays, Long Holidays, Golden week, Obon & New year’s holidays
1 guest(s) 9,900 yen
2 guest(s) 10,800 yen

 Details

Guestrooms

Room Style
Western, Japanese
Bed Type
Futon
Bath
No bath in guestroom
Toilet
Shared western style
Notes
● 1 Western room with bunk bed on 1st floor
● 2 Japanese rooms on 2nd floor

● Please lay out the futon by yourself.

NOTE: Guests may be assigned any of the three guestrooms.

Meals

Notes
No meals area supplied.

● Instant food, snacks and drinks are for sale.
● The owner can drive guests to supermarket on request.
● Hot spring and restaurant facility nearby.

Times

Check-in
From 15:00
Check-out
By 10:00

 Select

Sorry, "Reservation Requests" are not available at this time.

Please check this Article for more information.
https://www.tb-kumano.jp/en/2024/03/13/12612/