All rooms are different unique design with private shower and toilet which can be used for 24 hours. LCD televisions with digital channels, guestrooms include complimentary wireless Internet access. Guests seeking that perfect blend of attentive care and modern convenience will find it. There are many kind of restaurants and convenient store "Seven Eleven", "Lawson" near by. A shared kitchen and an information corner with guide books and maps are provided in the common area.
“JR Nara is just a few minutes away and the location is quite good. There are convenience stores, supermarkets, and Matsuya in the surroundings. There is also a public kitchen on the first floor. Tea and coffee are free. Although the rooms are small, each room is equipped with a separate toilet and shower, which is really good. Also, there are towels and hairdryers. The price / performance ratio can be said to be very high. The landlord is also very enthusiastic, speaks English and knows many things nearby. Checking out is also very convenient. No one is needed, just put the slip back and just walk. The doors are password-locked, which is pretty cool.”
a small private room at Guesthouse Makura. Traditional Japanese machiya guesthouse. A private guesthouse in a renovated 90-year-old townhouse in Naramachi.
“I stayed in a private room at the back. The host is very bright, refreshing and lovely. The rooms are compact, but there is no waste and you can relax freely. There are convenience stores, restaurants and tourist facilities in the surrounding area, and the location is perfect. The location is a bit confusing, but it's fun to find in a tasteful city.”
One night and one reservation (Up to 4 people). There are no other guests. Relax in a living room with two bedrooms and a Japanese-style garden for guests. Look at the room and choose a bedroom.
“The trip to Nara is a trip I am looking forward to, because I look forward to the house owner and their dogs to have a good interaction with my baby. I look forward to the beauty of the house and the fawn in Nara Park. The host ’s home is very beautiful, and although I shared the room with the host, I did n’t feel uncomfortable. The privacy protection was particularly good. The host ’s couple was kind, the male host drove us, and the hostess would draw a map for us. And they all took us personally to the subway station, which was so kind. Although it is a little bit cold at home, it is surprising that the baby is particularly adapted and not prone to illness. The host's automation, especially the bathroom, can be done without hands. What you can think of is fully automatic. I really enjoy it. I will go to Nara, Japan next time, and look forward to seeing you next time (ps: Your family's toiletries are in your house! my god! Let me go right away! )”