Arrieved with no pre booking (in mid October) to this charming pension, where our host ( who's name I have sadly forgotten) was extremely welcoming and accommodating. We initially asked prices for one nights stay with no evening meal and then proceeded to price check other pentions around the area. We found hanakirens price to be the fairest (cheapest) of them all and opted to stay two nights. We decided to go self catering and were allowed to bring in our own supplies of food and more importantly, wine into the lounge. This suited us because of dietary needs and budget. However there are no cooking facilities to use because, like most pensions, evening meal and breakfast are provided for extra cost. There are two private onsens and even a massage chair to help recover from a days hiking around some spectacular lakes and mountains.
It's the little touches that make this place special, a well thought out family home who's host is genuine, friendly and generous.
Highly recommend to families and couples.
Would recommend having your own transport to see maximum amount of national park.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking