S3 3min from Nasushiobara Sta.- An Hour from Tokyo
Hosted by パトリシア
パトリシア is the host.
4 guests
2 bedrooms
4 beds
1.5 baths
4 guests
2 bedrooms
4 beds
1.5 baths
You won’t be charged yet

- An hour & 10min. always wide open seat *bullet train ride from Tokyo station is Nasushiobara station, which is 3 min. taxi ride to this 4 bed, hotel clean cabin with lots of amenities like dishes, cookware, & bath stuff.

- Super quiet neighborhood, & free parking space.

- Great access for Nasu, Nikko, and Tokyo.Great location for Nasu, Nikko, and Tokyo!


*Tohoku Shinkansen

The space

Aiming for "better than hotel" environment with all the amenities you need to bathe, cook, and dine. Washing machine with half-drying-cycle for your laundry needs, an automated bathtub filler, a shower toilet (washlet).

The bathtub fills up and stops at certain level automatically by itself with just one push of a button. Please make sure the bathtub is plugged before pushing that button. ;-)

Guest access

Please do not go out to the back patio.

Interaction with guests

We make-up the room for you before your stay, but we give you complete privacy during your stay.

Other things to note

We strongly recommend taking a taxi in front of Nasushiobara station with a printed map of our location. The ride is about 3min., ¥730.


Amenities
Kitchen
TV
Essentials
Shampoo

Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
2 single beds
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 4PM
Check out by 10AM
Self check-in with lockbox

Cancellations

20 Reviews

Accuracy
Communication
Cleanliness
Location
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Henno User Profile
June 2017
Great stay as always

Rui User Profile
June 2017
The host canceled this reservation 57 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

Barry User Profile
June 2017
A cozy, clean, cute and comforting place to stay that's ideal for long or short stays. We stayed a month and loved every moment. The symphonic sounds of frogs at night, who find the surrounding rice fields an ideal home, provide wonderful nocturnal ambience for nature lovers. The calm and gentle pace, the idyllic beauty of the many rice fields, the quiet friendly neighbors, the excellence of sidewalks for safe walking and bicycle riding (on the free bicycle provided kindly by the hosts) made for a perfect stay. The internet connection was lightning fast and reliable; the cable TV provided as much daily news to stay informed including NHK's 9 pm English news hour. The full kitchen, with radiant stove, and a full assortment of cooking utensils including a blender for fresh smoothies and a wonderful rice cooker for perfect rice every time, made staying here even better - with the Aeon market only 10 minutes away by bicycle. Closer by is the 7-11 which was fully stocked with out favorite treats, as well as fresh salads, milk and OJ, pastries, breads, and even a nice selection of veggies in addition to its wide array of bento boxes, frozen foods, books, manga, and magazines. The walk from the train station was less than 10 minutes making a taxi unnecessary, and morning walks to buy the daily papers (including the Japan Times with its free insert of the NY Times international edition), and again for the evening papers, provided us with some structure to ensure we got out twice each day. The noodle shop in the station, and the udon shop at the Aeon, were both very good, and the nearby bakery was fantastic, though dining in was our preference and the kitchen was an oasis for any home chef! The hot bath, with its autofill, and Japanese style shower, were wonderful, as was the in-house laundry. The two upstairs bedrooms, each with two single beds, provided ample space for a family. The upstairs office and downstairs kitchen table provided ideal work spaces. The Shinkansen to Tokyo was just over an hour, with plenty of seating and only four stops; from Nasushiobara there are plenty of places to go, and several free shuttles including one for the nearby Nasu Garden Outlet with its outlet stores, food court, a half dozen restaurants and even a Tully's coffee shop. Buses to Nasu and Shiobara onsen towns, to the ropeway at Mt. Nasu, as well as tourist buses to various destinations nearby, make Nasushiobara an ideal hub for easy get-aways. In short, I cannot overstate how wonderful staying at Pat and JJ's townhouse was!

John User Profile
April 2017
This is a great little townhouse to stay in and it's lose to the train station. Patricia was a great host with great communication. I highly recommended it. JB

John User Profile
February 2017
This Nasushiobara Townhouse was just great. best value for money and lovely place ever. Patricia was always there to assist ... will definitely be back.

Aala User Profile
January 2017
Don't go there, NEVER! They mess up with password for the key, mess up with the apartment and you end up sleeping in used bed sheet and having baby diapers all over the place from previous users! The people in charge own 5 small houses there and they are clearly unable to manage them properly so we ended up waiting one hour under heavy snow!!!!

Koshi User Profile
December 2016
The apartment was very neat, the procession of l check in and check out, and communication with the owner was well organized. The town where the apartment is situated is very quiet and cozy. There were some small minuses, but all in all 8/10

Kyoto, JapanJoined in January 2015
パトリシア User Profile
Hi! My name is Patricia Umeno and I live in Kyoto. I am from the United States but I have lived in Kyoto for 9 and a half years with my husband (Kyoto is his home town) and our daughter Mika. My hopes are that you come to Kyoto and love all that it offers just as much as I do!
Languages: English
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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