living room2nd floor of lodge. there are 6 beds
Mountain village farm home where star falls / Barrier-free bear sanso
Mountain village farm home where star falls / Barrier-free bear sanso
8 guests
2 bedrooms
8 beds
1 bath
8 guests
2 bedrooms
8 beds
1 bath
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About accommodation fee

Price per adult per night (staying as long as 3,000 yen).
(Example) 3 adults per night (3 nights accommodation) 3,000 yen x 3 = 9,000 yen Children (12 years old or younger) Price per person (per night) 1,500 yen Children (6 years old or younger) Free

Additional charge Breakfast ¥ 500 per person Dinner ¥ 1,500 per person

The room is based on the log house. It is possible to accommodate up to 2 people on 1st floor and 6 people on 2nd floor. Both will be open spaces.


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Kitchen
Internet
TV
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Prices
Extra people £20 / night after the first guest
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Dog(s) live in the house

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Safety features
Smoke detector
Fire extinguisher

Availability
1 night minimum stay

47 Reviews

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Chenk Hock User Profile
September 2017
The lodge belonging to Kumasanso is huge & spacious with the capacity of 8 to 10 persons. So with just 2 of us, it was nice and almost resort like. Best of all Biratori is in a quite place not too far from Sapporo. There was a food festival on the Sunday we were there at a community park, so it was very merry place. Plus the weather was superb & sunny, but the very next day Typhoon hit southern Hokkaido bringing lots of rain & high winds. There's also a Ainu museum & cultural centre which is quite interesting. As for food, there's Biratori wahyu or Biratori beef, add famous as Kobe wahyu.

Yen E User Profile
August 2017
The house was unexpectedly located uphill but we loved it. It's a quiet place with no convenient stores. Thanks to Kumasanso for informing and ensure we had enough food for dinner. Kumasanso and wife Achiko (hope the name is correct) offered morning breakfast at minimal fee for my family of 5. Food served at their home next door -- vegetable mostly farm-grown by them and Kumasanso made an effort to serve us fishes that he caught in the morning! Achiko also gave us organic tomatoes and miso paste! Too bad it was raining and we should have stayed for 2 more days to experience the farm life.

Jonathan User Profile
August 2017
This is a really great place to stay. Mainly because the hosts are wonderful. But the place to stay and sleep in has everything you need and quite homely. Kuma-san and his wife are such kind and interesting people - communication is easy - and actually we spent quite a bit of time together, since they live right next door and we had things like breakfast in their house. They have lived in the US, so English communication is not a problem, and actually seem to do airbnb as mostly for the company. The location itself is not really the easiest, but there are a few things to see (URL HIDDEN) a get away in Japan for a few days of quiet, really this is a good solution. It took a bit less than 2 hours to get to from Chitose Airport.

Floni User Profile
August 2017
The cabin is located at a small village which can be easily find along the road side. Tommy & Atsuko gave us a warm welcome upon we arrived at late evening. The dinner was great, we have a lamb teppenyaki with lots of vegetables which plant by Tommy. We have played firework at night, park golf in the morning and walked through the plantation. It's a wonderful experience for us, esp for our kids.

박 User Profile
July 2017
The host, KUMA GAI San, he was very much kind and intelligent. My family including a little kid, we felt very fresh air, beautiful rural nature and comfortable there. All stuffs were equipped in HINOKI cabin and we could enjoy and sleep well. The host called to make a reservation for near(15 minitues distance) ONSEN for us and helped to fill his own gas in my rental car which was almost running out of gas. No language barrier there, the host spoke English fluently cause he seemed to live in US pretty long period for work. Hope to visit there again.

Iris User Profile
July 2017
The hosts are very nice n friendly, I felt warm just like in a family. The house is a cabin, so it is very natural, spacious n comfortable. Since we are coming in a rainy day, so cannot see the starry stars.

Karthik User Profile
July 2017
Kumasan and his wife were lovely hosts. They helped us with just about everything - making reservations at Onsens, giving us useful tips on sightseeing as well as responding to all our queries promptly. They kindly provided us with wonderful coffee and fresh vegetables right from their farm - organically grown. The tomatoes deserve a special mention - very fresh and ripe. The guesthouse (cabin) is right next to their house. There is no other house in the near vicinity which makes it very peaceful and right next to nature. The greenery surrounding the house with hills bordering the landscape is refreshing and the views stunning. The cabin is very spacious and split into 2 levels and can support 8-10 people. It comes with a fully functioning kitchen and spacious bath. The rooms can get a bit chilly at night but the heater is very effective. We would love to come back and stay again and for more days than the couple of nights we spent this time!

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