Hotels near Hutagami Shrine in Takachiho

Best hotels near Hutagami Shrine, Takachiho

4.1/5Very Good31 Reviews
3.73km from Hutagami Shrine
Hotel traffic is not convenient, this is the most troublesome. It takes about 15 minutes to walk from Takachiho bus stop. Moreover, although the hotel is close to Takachiho Gorge, the winding road to the hotel is very tired. The hotel room is equipped with a balcony, and the hotel is like a new one, clean and tidy. The hotel's meeting place is very good, the local is very prominent. Breakfast is a bit simple. The hotel’s spa is slightly scammed and actually small. The hotel can pick up and go to the shrine to watch the night gods at night, 700 per person. Takachiho Gorge has a light show in the summer evening, but don't go because there are no street lights, especially black. In addition, if the hotel dinner is not possible, there are several home wine houses near the Takachiho bus stop, which is open at night and has a convenience store (closed at 23 o'clock). Although there is a distance from the hotel.
FromUS$115
5/5Perfect29 Reviews
4.41km from Hutagami Shrine
When we close our eyes and imagine the quintessential Japanese luxury ryokan, Takachiho Ryokan Shinsen is among the first properties that springs to our mind. It represents everything awesome about the best ryokans with almost zero drawbacks, and we departed from Shinsen awestruck at how perfect every aspect of our stay was. From the incredible Omotenashi service, gorgeous gardens, architectural elegance, spacious and beautiful villa room, mind-blowing kaiseki cuisine to the terrific private open-air Onsen bath, everything about Shinsen emphatically screams "destination ryokan." Shinsen is a family-owned property with a total of just 15 rooms among 3 separate areas: the Honkan (main), Bekkan and Hanare. They are within 1-minute walking distance form one another, and each area has its own unique character - the landscaping is fascinating, as well as the various private dining rooms that are in each building. For instance, in front of the Honkan main entrance is a dry rock garden that is reminiscent of the famed Ryoan-ji in Kyoto, while in the Bekkan it has that plus a variety of perfectly manicured vegetation as well as a small, red-painted traditional-style bridge. The private dining rooms each have its own character as well as views out of the window; we especially loved the view from one of the Bekkan "Ko****su" rooms during our dinner on the second evening - the window faces the garden, which is lit up from the ground, resulting in a mesmerizing view of the rock garden patterns, mysterious trees and the pretty red bridge. For every meal (whether it's for breakfast or dinner), they escorted us from our room to a different private dining room located in various locations throughout the property. We spent all 3 nights in a room called "Manyo," a detached villa that was located in the Hanare section of Shinsen. Ms. Kumi Sato, the charming and elegant "Okami-san" (Proprietress) mentioned that Manyo is the best room at the property. It's a generous 100m² in size, and thoroughly modern with all of the creature comforts that one would expect at a top-flight luxury hotel. Manyo's room consisted of a bedroom with two double Western-style beds, a living room with a sofa, coffee table and a large, flat-screen television, and a Japanese-style tatami room as well. It's an open floor plan, although each section of the room can be closed off by sliding the walls shut for privacy (or peace and quiet.) Very versatile! The Villa had a large patio with a beautiful zen-style rock garden beyond it. Off to the side is an outdoor, free-flowing Onsen (hot springs) bath made of Hinoki wood. Next to the Onsen (and inside the Villa) is the vanity, toilet and indoor (regular) bath and shower. The layout of the Villa, as well as the furnishings and decor was all top-notch - the perfect setting to have a lengthy, relaxing stay in the Villa should you opt not to explore the Takachiho area. If there is one minor nitpick, it has to do with the lack of dual sinks,
FromUS$450
4.5/5Excellent4 Reviews
4.51km from Hutagami Shrine
Typical bed and breakfast, sleeping floor (TT meters). The Japanese breakfast is good. Near Takachiho Shrine (three minutes on foot). 1.5 km from Takachiho Gorge. There are not many stores nearby, and the goods in two small convenience stores are also limited.
FromUS$42
4.4/5Excellent43 Reviews
4.66km from Hutagami Shrine
The rooms are designed in forest wood, just like living in nature! Facilities are new and clean, even friends with cleanliness will live comfortably! There is free parking, and the windows are carefully designed, all looking out is a landscape painting. The room is large, there is enough space to open two large luggages, and the interior design is very human and convenient to use. The waiters were kind and friendly and very polite. The dinner is not special, but you can try it, but the breakfast is good! The hotel location is near Takachiho Gorge, about 10 minutes walk.
FromUS$92
4.2/5Very Good1 Reviews
4.77km from Hutagami Shrine
A similar problem occurred, but it was quickly resolved. Dining🍽I was very satisfied with the facilities and went home comfortably. In addition, when I had free time, I did not want to use it and arrived at my house. Good luck, Yamazato Inn.
FromUS$44
3.5/511 Reviews
8.28km from Hutagami Shrine
Offering a barbecue and a ski school, Gokase Campsite Camping and Guesthouse is situated in Gokase in the Miyazaki Region, 43 km from Kumamoto. Takachiho is 14 km away. Free WiFi is available and free private parking is available on site.Gokase Campsite also includes a terrace.A range of activities are offered in the area, such as skiing and canoeing. The property offers a free shuttle service.
FromUS$28
0/50 Reviews
18.84km from Hutagami Shrine
Featuring free WiFi and a barbecue, LAMP Bungoono offers accommodation in Oita. Free private parking is available on site.All rooms are fitted with a shared bathroom. For your comfort, you will find slippers and free toiletries.Yufu is 49 km from LAMP Bungoono, while Takachiho is 12 km away. The nearest airport is Kumamoto Airport, 50 km from the property.
FromUS$46
2/57 Reviews
20.92km from Hutagami Shrine
If the location is not a self-driving tour, you don’t need to consider it. Except for the service quality of the proprietress, the others are very average. The restrooms and bathrooms are shared in the surrounding wilderness and the price is not low.
FromUS$34

Reviews of Hotels near Hutagami Shrine in Takachiho

5/529 Reviews
When we close our eyes and imagine the quintessential Japanese luxury ryokan, Takachiho Ryokan Shinsen is among the first properties that springs to our mind. It represents everything awesome about the best ryokans with almost zero drawbacks, and we departed from Shinsen awestruck at how perfect every aspect of our stay was. From the incredible Omotenashi service, gorgeous gardens, architectural elegance, spacious and beautiful villa room, mind-blowing kaiseki cuisine to the terrific private open-air Onsen bath, everything about Shinsen emphatically screams "destination ryokan." Shinsen is a family-owned property with a total of just 15 rooms among 3 separate areas: the Honkan (main), Bekkan and Hanare. They are within 1-minute walking distance form one another, and each area has its own unique character - the landscaping is fascinating, as well as the various private dining rooms that are in each building. For instance, in front of the Honkan main entrance is a dry rock garden that is reminiscent of the famed Ryoan-ji in Kyoto, while in the Bekkan it has that plus a variety of perfectly manicured vegetation as well as a small, red-painted traditional-style bridge. The private dining rooms each have its own character as well as views out of the window; we especially loved the view from one of the Bekkan "Ko****su" rooms during our dinner on the second evening - the window faces the garden, which is lit up from the ground, resulting in a mesmerizing view of the rock garden patterns, mysterious trees and the pretty red bridge. For every meal (whether it's for breakfast or dinner), they escorted us from our room to a different private dining room located in various locations throughout the property. We spent all 3 nights in a room called "Manyo," a detached villa that was located in the Hanare section of Shinsen. Ms. Kumi Sato, the charming and elegant "Okami-san" (Proprietress) mentioned that Manyo is the best room at the property. It's a generous 100m² in size, and thoroughly modern with all of the creature comforts that one would expect at a top-flight luxury hotel. Manyo's room consisted of a bedroom with two double Western-style beds, a living room with a sofa, coffee table and a large, flat-screen television, and a Japanese-style tatami room as well. It's an open floor plan, although each section of the room can be closed off by sliding the walls shut for privacy (or peace and quiet.) Very versatile! The Villa had a large patio with a beautiful zen-style rock garden beyond it. Off to the side is an outdoor, free-flowing Onsen (hot springs) bath made of Hinoki wood. Next to the Onsen (and inside the Villa) is the vanity, toilet and indoor (regular) bath and shower. The layout of the Villa, as well as the furnishings and decor was all top-notch - the perfect setting to have a lengthy, relaxing stay in the Villa should you opt not to explore the Takachiho area. If there is one minor nitpick, it has to do with the lack of dual sinks,
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FromUS$450
4.4/543 Reviews
The rooms are designed in forest wood, just like living in nature! Facilities are new and clean, even friends with cleanliness will live comfortably! There is free parking, and the windows are carefully designed, all looking out is a landscape painting. The room is large, there is enough space to open two large luggages, and the interior design is very human and convenient to use. The waiters were kind and friendly and very polite. The dinner is not special, but you can try it, but the breakfast is good! The hotel location is near Takachiho Gorge, about 10 minutes walk.
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FromUS$92
4.1/531 Reviews
Hotel traffic is not convenient, this is the most troublesome. It takes about 15 minutes to walk from Takachiho bus stop. Moreover, although the hotel is close to Takachiho Gorge, the winding road to the hotel is very tired. The hotel room is equipped with a balcony, and the hotel is like a new one, clean and tidy. The hotel's meeting place is very good, the local is very prominent. Breakfast is a bit simple. The hotel’s spa is slightly scammed and actually small. The hotel can pick up and go to the shrine to watch the night gods at night, 700 per person. Takachiho Gorge has a light show in the summer evening, but don't go because there are no street lights, especially black. In addition, if the hotel dinner is not possible, there are several home wine houses near the Takachiho bus stop, which is open at night and has a convenience store (closed at 23 o'clock). Although there is a distance from the hotel.
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FromUS$115
4.5/54 Reviews
Typical bed and breakfast, sleeping floor (TT meters). The Japanese breakfast is good. Near Takachiho Shrine (three minutes on foot). 1.5 km from Takachiho Gorge. There are not many stores nearby, and the goods in two small convenience stores are also limited.
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FromUS$42
4.2/51 Reviews
A similar problem occurred, but it was quickly resolved. Dining🍽I was very satisfied with the facilities and went home comfortably. In addition, when I had free time, I did not want to use it and arrived at my house. Good luck, Yamazato Inn.
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FromUS$44

FAQ about Hotels near Hutagami Shrine

  • What are some popular economy hotels in Takachiho?

    Minshuku Kunimigaoka is a popular economy hotel with good ratings.

  • How much do hotels in Takachiho cost?

    Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night for hotels in Takachiho is USD 161. Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

  • What are the most popular hotels in Takachiho?

    Whether you're traveling for business or going on vacation, there are many popular hotels to choose from in Takachiho. Hanare No Yado Kamigakure, Hotel Shikimi and Solest Takachiho Hotel are all popular hotels to stay at.

  • At what hotels in Takachiho can I try local breakfast foods?

    A delicious breakfast is a great way to kick start your day. At Hotel Grateful Takachiho, Harume and Imakuni Ryokan , guests can enjoy Takachiho-style breakfasts.

  • Which hotels in Takachiho are suitable for families or travelers with kids?

    Many people who travel with families or kids to Takachiho choose to stay at Ryokan Senju, Hanare No Yado Kamigakure and Solest Takachiho Hotel . These hotels are also priced inexpensively.

  • What luxury hotels are recommended in Takachiho?

    Ryokan Shinsen is one of the most popular luxury hotels in Takachiho.

  • What hotels in Takachiho are suitable for couples?

    Whether you're going on a honeymoon or a vacation with your partner, Hanare No Yado Kamigakure, Ryokan Shinsen and Hotel Takachiho are some of the top hotels chosen by couples.

  • How much do hotels in Takachiho cost on the weekend?

    Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night on the weekend for hotels in Takachiho is USD 308. Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

  • When going on a business trip to Takachiho, which hotels are the most popular with business travelers?

    When it comes to business trips, choosing a hotel with convenient transportation links is important to many guests. Hanare No Yado Kamigakure, Hotel Takachiho and Hotel Shikimi have convenient transportation links and inexpensive prices. Consider staying at one of these hotels during your trip.

  • At which popular hotels in Takachiho can I try local foods?

    Those who like trying local foods might want to consider staying at Business Hotel Kanaya, Hanare No Yado Kamigakure or Harume . There are lots of famous restaurants serving local dishes near these hotels.

  • Of all the hotels in Takachiho, which hotels have the highest user ratings?

    When traveling to Takachiho for the first time, many travelers find it difficult to choose a hotel to stay in. According to Trip.com data, Solest Takachiho Hotel, Ryojouen Yamazato and Hanare No Yado Kamigakure are popular hotels with high ratings, making them good choices for your trip.

  • What popular hotels in Takachiho have parking?

    If you're planning on driving to Takachiho, why not stay at Ryojouen Yamazato, Hana Ryokan Iwatoya or Hotel Shikimi ? These are all popular hotels with parking lots.

  • When traveling to Takachiho, which hotels have pools?

    Summer is a great season to take your kids or family on a trip to Takachiho. Imakuni Ryokan, Ryokan Senju and Hana Ryokan Iwatoya are popular hotels with pools.

  • What popular hotels have non-smoking rooms in Takachiho?

    Many guests care about the quality of the rooms they stay in and want to ensure that their rooms have fresh, clean air. Ryokan Shinsen, Hotel Shikimi and Harume are all popular hotels in Takachiho with non-smoking rooms.

  • In Takachiho, what popular hotels have free Wi-Fi?

    When staying at a hotel, internet access is important for both vacationers and business travelers. Ryokan Shinsen, Hotel Takachiho and Hana Ryokan Iwatoya are all popular hotels in Takachiho with free Wi-Fi.

  • In Takachiho, which hotels have barrier-free access?

    Hanare No Yado Kamigakure and Solest Takachiho Hotel are popular hotels in Takachiho with barrier-free access.

  • In Takachiho, which popular hotels have gyms?

    Based on Trip.com user ratings, Hotel Takachiho and Hotel Grateful Takachiho are highly rated hotels with gyms.

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