Oyado Hana Guesthouse

  • Oyado Hana Guesthouse

    Oyado Hana Guesthouse

  • Caricature of manager

    Caricature of manager

  • Sample guestroom

    Sample guestroom

  • Reception

    Reception

  • Sample guestroom

    Sample guestroom

  • Hallway

    Hallway

  • Hot spring bath

    Hot spring bath

  • Washing area

    Washing area

  • Shared refrigerator and tea corner

    Shared refrigerator and tea corner

  • Toilet

    Toilet

 Description

Cute Home-Away-from-Home

Oyado Hana Guesthouse is an older building lovely transformed into a comfortable guesthouse by the young Ms. Saho Hanai.  The name of the guesthouse comes from her nickname "Hana-chan" when she was living in Osaka.  "Oyado" means "lodging" in Japanese.  This cute accommodation is carefully decorated with pieces of art collected by the owner and received as presents from guests (including modern art bamboo installations!).  The entrance is tucked away off of the street in a Japanese garden, with a large wooden sign above the door inscribed with the Japanese characters of the inn.  It is located conveniently near the Kii-Katsuura station, in close proximity to a variety of restaurant choices.  Ms. Saho Hanai loves travelling and wishes that her guests feel like Oyado Hana Guesthouse is their cozy home away from home!


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This Campaign in only for Japanese citizens or foreign residence of Japan.

IMPORTANT: Cancellation fees are applied as to the terms and conditions of booking based on the original price plan before the discount.

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Full Name

Oyado Hana Guesthouse
お宿はな

Area

Central Katsuura

Type

Minshuku

Address

3-29 Asahii, Nachi-Katsuura-cho, Higashimuro-gun, Wakayama Prefecture, 649-5332
〒649-5332 和歌山県東牟婁郡那智勝浦町朝日3-29

Map Code 

324 773 007*73

Check-in

16:00 - 22:00

Check-out

by 10:00

Curfew

23:00

Rating & Reviews

4.3

Guestroom
Baths
Meals
Location
Reception & Service

 Price Plan(s)

Oyado Hana Guesthouse

  • No Meals
    4,400 yen~

 Sanitation and Hygienic Measures

Notice
■ This accommodation follows guidelines to reduce the spread of Covid-19.

For Guests
■ Please follow the advice for the public outlined by the World Health Organization when visiting the area.

 Guestrooms

Japanese Style Yes
Number of Rooms 11
Maximum Guests 30
Ensuite toilet: No
Shared western style toilet: Yes, 3
4.5 tatami mat room: 6 rooms
6 tatami mat room: 3 rooms
10 tatami mat room: 1 room
12 tatami mat room: 1 room
There are some larger rooms too.
Facilities
  • Television
  • Air conditioning
  • Desk
Amenities
  • 2 in 1 shampoo
  • Body-wash
  • Soap
  • Toothbrush set
  • Comb
  • Shaver
  • Hair drier
  • Face towel
  • Bath towel
  • Tea
  • Coffee
 

 Baths

Shared Indoor Onsen
Note
Bath hours: 17:00~22:30 (Hot Spring bath)
(only shower is available in the morning 7:00~9:30)
 
Use of the bath is on first-come-first-served basis, and guests are encouraged to take a bath when they arrive to accommodate all guests in order.
Bath times are set and will not be extended; however use of the shower room will be available for a while after the bath closes.

 Facilities & Services

Internet
  • Free Wi-Fi (Guestroom)
  • Free Wi-Fi (Lobby)
  • Credit Card
  • Not accepted
  • Traveler's Cheques
  • Not accepted
  • Language
    English
    Notes
    ● Non-smoking facility
    ● Free Wi-Fi


     Access

    Access Information

    1-minute walk from the west exit of the JR Kii-Katsuura station. Take the pedestrian bridge that begins on the second floor of the Kii-Katsuura station. 

    The inn is across the street from the base of the staircase on the opposite side of the street. 

    The entrance is located at the back of a small garden set off from the street.

     

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    Shuttle Service
    Not available
    Parking
    Up to 5 vehicles free.
    If the lot is full, guests will be directed to nearby paid lot (from 500 yen).