Holiday rentals in Noto Island
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★ Number of guests ★ Maximum: 8 adults ・ The room is in a safe place and is a quiet and comfortable environment. ・ There are many shops such as hot springs and restaurants within walking distance, which is convenient. ・ Free parking for 2 cars on the premises ・ Amenity are provided so you can feel like staying at your home. The best location for sightseeing around Noto Peninsula and Wakura Onsen. Long-term stays are also welcome!
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- Welcome to our secretbase Freedom2!! - This is a guesthouse without meal services and currently in preparation, so our facilities and interior are not good enough. We hope you will understand it and enjoy your stay in Nanao. ※Free Breakfast Service FREEDOM2-Room1/dormitory room (2Bunk-bed) * One western style dormitory with 2 bunk beds Free!! Wi-Fi access, bicycle, pick up(JR Wakuraonsen), separated toilets . wakura hot spa and a public bath are available in just 5 minute
- Entire home
The building is based on Japanese modernity. Please note that the basic administrator is not present. The base price is for a maximum of 4 guests. From 5 people, there will be an additional charge of 2,000 per person. [Nanao version go to travel (7/1 ~ 10/31)] The 10,000 JPY discount is only available for bookings made through the website. Please use the search word "iyooo inn and ancient props" to find it. It is about a 15-minute walk from Nanao Station at 800 meters. It is also home to the popular Dining & Gallery ICOU (11: 30-17: 30), a brewery that has been renovated over 100 years ago and serves body-friendly cuisine. ICOU also takes out vegetables, so enjoy the delicious sake of noodle sake as a dish in the evening. This guesthouse is filled with a lot of attention made by the real father of the carpenter over two years. It is made with Japanese modern taste with a focus on ancient wood. We would like you to definitely use it when you travel to the Oku-Notoho region. In addition, college students at Kanazawa University of Arts and Crafts add a nice touch to the building.