Hotels Near Nisshi Shrine In Tanabe

5/5Perfect12 Reviews
2.58km from Nisshi Shrine
Very good, next to the hot spring river, moving the river to the side of the river to dig a pit, there is hot spring water, it is too cold outside, or the hotel's hot spring bubble. There are 2 hot spring bath rooms for men and women, one is fully enclosed and one is half open. The rooms are all with en suite bathrooms and bathrooms. The tatami rooms are spacious and have large windows with river views. Morning and evening meals are great, although the ingredients are not expensive, but they are very fresh, and they are also very careful. The rice cooked in the small stove is very delicious, and it will be eaten anyway. There is also a self-service laundry room. I have the opportunity to stay here next time, comfortable.
FromUS$191
5/5Perfect2 Reviews
2.71km from Nisshi Shrine
We stayed 3 nights at this minshuku while hiking Kumano Kodo. For those 3 days, this modest B&B was our home away from home. Despite of its location in Kawayu onsen, this is not a fancy hotel nor a traditional Japanese ryokan which provides very delicate pampering to its clients. A ryokan with two meals (a typical plan at a ryokan) would run at least $150 an easily go over $200 per person. Sumya as a minshuku also offers a similar arrangement with a much lower budget. Of course, the facility is much more basic and the meals are not as elaborate. Minshuku means a lodging at an ordinary home. This entails that Sumiy does not really pamper its clients. Rather, it treats its clients like family guests. We enjoyed our stay at sumiya very much. We had a clean and comfortable room to recoup from demanding hikes and were fed with tasty food. Who can have an elaborate Kaiseki dinner every night? Moreover, we could do laundry so that we always had fresh, clean clothes to wear. That's what we needed on most of days when we travel. The hosts did their best to meet our needs. When we could not order a lunch box to bring on our hikes because we had to leave way too early than the supplier's schedule, the hosts prepared simple rice balls and fruit to bring along with minimum charge. It wasn't fancy but gave us energy to carry on. About its location: Kawayu onsen is not as atmospheric as its more famous sister neighboring town Yunomine, which has an old-Japanese flavor. But Kawayu has a better traffic connection. In this rural part of Wakayama, bus services are very infrequent. The location of Kawayu makes it easier to access hiking points and tourist spots than Yunomine. If you miss a bus, it is at least walkable to and from Hongu, the local bub or the taxi fare will be lower. If I chose my lodging based on its outer appearance, I will have skipped Sumiya entirely. But, I am glad that I stayed at Sumiya and did not regret my decision.
FromUS$41
4.8/5Outstanding15 Reviews
2.99km from Nisshi Shrine
The price is a bit low, breakfast is not rich enough, beside the stream, two small outdoor hot spring pools, Samsung standard, few restaurants around
FromUS$114
3/514 Reviews
3.11km from Nisshi Shrine
Everything was very basic but clean. The bathing area is small but adequate. I couldn't use the pool as it seemed incredibly scummy but I was only staying one night for convenience sake and it wasn't that important. Hotels in the area that are bookable online are more expensive so it was worth the money.
FromUS$37
4.9/5Perfect13 Reviews
3.14km from Nisshi Shrine
private onsen was the best highlight! Definitely recommended
FromUS$110
4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
3.17km from Nisshi Shrine
This hotel takes pride in its open-air bath, which is the largest in West Japan. It also boasts of family baths in its 30,000-square meter premises. The 8 private open-air baths are surrounded by nature and wrapped in the fragrance of an onsen, perfect fo
FromUS$201
4.8/5Outstanding13 Reviews
3.55km from Nisshi Shrine
Japanese-style hot spring youth hostel is located near the Tangfeng Hot Spring Bus Station and the traffic is very convenient. There are no food and beverage outlets nearby, and there is a commissary that is only open during the day (closed at 5 pm). You can purchase hot curry, instant noodles, beverage mineral water in the Green Travel, kitchen, living room, spa bath, washroom and sink are common. The area is very clean. There is an open hot spring pool dedicated to hot spring eggs at the riverside. There is a raw egg for cooking hot spring eggs on the road opposite the road. It is cooked for 5-10 minutes. It is very delicious.
FromUS$92

Hotels Near Nisshi Shrine In Tanabe Review

4.8/513 Reviews
Japanese-style hot spring youth hostel is located near the Tangfeng Hot Spring Bus Station and the traffic is very convenient. There are no food and beverage outlets nearby, and there is a commissary that is only open during the day (closed at 5 pm). You can purchase hot curry, instant noodles, beverage mineral water in the Green Travel, kitchen, living room, spa bath, washroom and sink are common. The area is very clean. There is an open hot spring pool dedicated to hot spring eggs at the riverside. There is a raw egg for cooking hot spring eggs on the road opposite the road. It is cooked for 5-10 minutes. It is very delicious.
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FromUS$92
4.5/52 Reviews
We stayed for one night before going on to walk the Komano Kodo trail. Robert is the most kindest and friendliest host. He couldn’t have done more to try and help make our trip comfortable. It was great to talk to him and find out what’s brought him to japan. The guesthouse is immaculately clean win great facilities. Two showers and two toilets, never had to wait to use either. Very well equipped kitchen and coffee machine. Room was comfortable and clean. Slept really well and great black out curtains. Able to leave a bag there for a small charge while we are hiking which is super helpful. Would highly recommend guesthouse Takao.
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FromUS$19
5/512 Reviews
Very good, next to the hot spring river, moving the river to the side of the river to dig a pit, there is hot spring water, it is too cold outside, or the hotel's hot spring bubble. There are 2 hot spring bath rooms for men and women, one is fully enclosed and one is half open. The rooms are all with en suite bathrooms and bathrooms. The tatami rooms are spacious and have large windows with river views. Morning and evening meals are great, although the ingredients are not expensive, but they are very fresh, and they are also very careful. The rice cooked in the small stove is very delicious, and it will be eaten anyway. There is also a self-service laundry room. I have the opportunity to stay here next time, comfortable.
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FromUS$191
5/51 Reviews
Kumano Winery Guest House is a great place to stay. Set in on a hillside overlooking a valley and the sea beyond it is within easy walking distance of the Kumano Kodo. What makes the stay unique is the owner Giovanni and his wife Yutaka. He was able to pick us up from Tanabe station and each day take us to a start point on the Kumano Kodo and pick us up at the end of the day. However it is the food that has to be the highlight of the stay. Giovanni is a tremendous chef who cooks some of the best food we have ever tasted - worth staying here for this alone. In all a highly recommended stay. Thanks again Giovanni and Yutaka.
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FromUS$47
4.8/515 Reviews
The price is a bit low, breakfast is not rich enough, beside the stream, two small outdoor hot spring pools, Samsung standard, few restaurants around
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FromUS$114
5/52 Reviews
We stayed 3 nights at this minshuku while hiking Kumano Kodo. For those 3 days, this modest B&B was our home away from home. Despite of its location in Kawayu onsen, this is not a fancy hotel nor a traditional Japanese ryokan which provides very delicate pampering to its clients. A ryokan with two meals (a typical plan at a ryokan) would run at least $150 an easily go over $200 per person. Sumya as a minshuku also offers a similar arrangement with a much lower budget. Of course, the facility is much more basic and the meals are not as elaborate. Minshuku means a lodging at an ordinary home. This entails that Sumiy does not really pamper its clients. Rather, it treats its clients like family guests. We enjoyed our stay at sumiya very much. We had a clean and comfortable room to recoup from demanding hikes and were fed with tasty food. Who can have an elaborate Kaiseki dinner every night? Moreover, we could do laundry so that we always had fresh, clean clothes to wear. That's what we needed on most of days when we travel. The hosts did their best to meet our needs. When we could not order a lunch box to bring on our hikes because we had to leave way too early than the supplier's schedule, the hosts prepared simple rice balls and fruit to bring along with minimum charge. It wasn't fancy but gave us energy to carry on. About its location: Kawayu onsen is not as atmospheric as its more famous sister neighboring town Yunomine, which has an old-Japanese flavor. But Kawayu has a better traffic connection. In this rural part of Wakayama, bus services are very infrequent. The location of Kawayu makes it easier to access hiking points and tourist spots than Yunomine. If you miss a bus, it is at least walkable to and from Hongu, the local bub or the taxi fare will be lower. If I chose my lodging based on its outer appearance, I will have skipped Sumiya entirely. But, I am glad that I stayed at Sumiya and did not regret my decision.
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FromUS$41
4.4/510 Reviews
**What a cool little hostel** We haven’t stayed at a hostel for years but this one was super. Small with just 4 rooms, well equipped and the perfect base to start our hike in the Kumano Kodo area. A warm welcome from Asami who speak perfect English and thoughtful little touches everywhere. (A Japanese crane folded with origami paper with the Australian flag print left on our pillow). Fridge and kitchen supplies a plenty, washing machine and cool living room area to learn about the area. Japanese style sleeping arrangements made it a real cultural experience.
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FromUS$33
4.7/513 Reviews
Hotel Harvest Nankitanabe is really located in the middle of nowhere in Wakayama, and even walking to the nearest convenience store requires a 30-minute stroll out of the hotel compounds, down the path to cross the road, then back on the path on the opposite side. (But fret not, there is a vending machine at the basement of the hotel). The hotel is amazingly beautiful, both from afar and within the compounds. The setting sun makes for a good backdrop, as the towering structure of the hotel stands out, literally. The room is big and comfortable, and has ample space for your luggage. The door to the balcony does not open though, but the view is pretty nice. Within the hotel lies a hot spring, segregated by gender, where you can relax after a meal. Like all Japanese onsens, no clothes are allowed, and you will have soap and cleanse yourself before entering the springs. It is quite a simple layout, with an indoor onsen and an outdoor onsen. I personally prefer the one outdoors. Would love to come back to this hotel someday for sure!
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FromUS$88
4/55 Reviews
The place is in the middle of mountain. classic old building but inside is clean and new. Food was great with Keiseki Set both Dinner and Morning. Outside onsen with wonderful view but pretty small for 2-3 people. But that OK. The room with great view of mountain and river. This place is quite and I recommend for people who want to relax.
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FromUS$315
4.9/513 Reviews
private onsen was the best highlight! Definitely recommended
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FromUS$110
3/514 Reviews
Everything was very basic but clean. The bathing area is small but adequate. I couldn't use the pool as it seemed incredibly scummy but I was only staying one night for convenience sake and it wasn't that important. Hotels in the area that are bookable online are more expensive so it was worth the money.
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FromUS$37