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Top 10 Tono Hotels

Top 10 Tono Hotels

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4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
1649, Komanba, Nakatsugawa, Gifu, Japan
1.9km from JR Nakatsugawa Station
6.6km from JR Ochiaigawa station
"When we booked it was described as a holiday house so we were not sure what to expect. Turned out our “room” was actually a 200 year old traditional house. One of several across the property. It is run by an extended family and has been in the family for several generations. We were given traditional robes and shown how to put them on properly. Our house consisted of two large rooms divided by sliding screens with a corridor going all the way around. There was a toilet attached and we had a “bathroom” next door - this turned out to be one of two onsens for our own use on the first night then divided into male and female the next day as more guests had arrived. We were surrounded by lush woodland and woke to the sound of bids. We could hear train noise in the distance but it was never enough to disturb us. The sleeping arrangements were traditional futons on otami mats and pillows that seemed to be filled with plastic beads. Even making up the beds was a very choreographed event. Dinner and breakfast were served in our house by the chef and an assistant. Dinner was eight courses of traditional Japanese dishes, brought to us one at a time and the ingredients explained to us by the chef. Breakfast was similar but only six courses. We asked to be given less the next day as we just couldn’t finish it all. We were close to a number of different walks, and our hosts offered to drive us to any starting point we requested. They also arranged for a private tour of the history museum the day we left. Expensive, not your regular luxury accommodation but a priceless experience."
"Original home stay experience. The hut is original and very old - so on one hand to have an original experience on the others hand the rooms have to be refreshed (especially the toilet and onsen) for the price you pay. You have an on room WC but no shower and you use the public bath (onsen) which is also nice but again very old. I think I ryokan experience in Japan is a must it’s always expensive and I’m sure that for the same price nice and fresher rooms are available. But Nagataki is worth the visit and stay for it superb service and extraordinary food you get. Dinner was one of the best meal we had in Japan and breakfast which was also traditional was surprisingly delicious too. We don’t eat meat and seafood and still the chef (who is also the sons owner) adapted the meal accordingly without a problem. If you want to experience a real traditional, romantic and delicious home stay - that’s your place. "
"The three nights we stayed in this hotel were the highlight of our trip to Japan. Wonderful personal service from the staff. Lots of information about what to do in the area, and free transfers to and from the hotel. The food, breakfast and dinner each day was exceptional. The best food by far of our trip. They can cope with ease with any dietary requirements if you let them know in advance. It's a traditional property, but they explain everything for you. The bath house at the end of a long day hiking the Nakasendo trail, hidden away in the gardens and surrounded by trees, was a wonderful treat. "
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2




3.5/5
5 Reviews
Oicho 2709-77, Ena, Gifu, Japan
4.5km from JR Ena Station
5.3km from JR Mino-Sakamoto station
"Found a last minute deal for a Friday night at this hotel overlooking Ena gorge at the peak of the autumn leaves season. Hotel offers a free shuttle from Ena station from 14.45 Staff were friendly but with limited English. Hotel has certainly seen better days and is in need of refurbishment...but the public baths on the 2nd floor were very nice and change at midnight so you get the chance to try all the baths if you wish to take a bath in the morning (6 - 9) Room (tatami) was large and there was a very old fridge and a hot water pot.The views of the gorge after the early morning mists had lifted were beautiful. It’s possible to eat breakfast/dinner at the hotel...and that’s the best idea as the closest places to eat are probably about 20 - 25 minutes on foot. The other option is to buy things before getting the shuttle...but the small convenience store at Ena station has a very limited selection and the Daily convenience store (come out of the station and turn right) is about 5 minutes walk away and again had limited supplies of hot foodstuffs...probably better to stock up before starting your journey if you don’t go for the breakfast/dinner plans....or there s a Valor supermarket at the end of the street directly in front of you when you come out of Ena station but be aware that there s only 1 shuttle per hour. A great location in autumn...and great if you are looking for a long walk around the gorge (about 4 - 5 kms?!)"
"I stayed at this wonderful hotel for just one night. The Hotel might be dated, but it offers the best view for the Ena Valley. The room was spacious. it is probably four times bigger than the usual Japanese rooms. The Onsen is perfect. Also, if you like gto take walk, the path to the Ena Valley next to the hotel is a MUST try."
"Very enjoyable stay in this hotel just before the Coronavirus pandemic really got going. Comfortable rooms in traditional Japanese style with spectacular views over the nearby lake. Good onsen and pleasant food, but the highlight is the remarkably kind and efficient staff. They went to a great deal of trouble to accommodate my vegetarian family in the most charming manner and limited spoken English was no impediment to us all getting along very well. Highly recommended and great value for money."
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3




2.5/5
5 Reviews
1511-456, Iinuma, Nakatsugawa, Gifu, Japan
14.1km from JR Nakatsugawa Station
14.5km from JR Ena Station
"We stayed one night at this golf resort almost by accident. The staff are terrific. Located well into the countryside from Ena, our taxi cost 5000 yen, something we hadn't counted on. The hotel is grand in scale but very dated, and almost a time capsule of 70s faux western style. Our room was 4 times as big as anything else we've had in Japan. When we stayed at this 5 storey hotel we were 2 of 6 guests. Everything you need is there for a good night's accomodation but it is isolated. Good for golfers I guess. Again the staff were terrific "
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4




4/5
Very Good
13 Reviews
375-1, Tegano,, Nakatsugawa, Gifu, Japan
2.9km from JR Nakatsugawa Station
4.9km from JR Mino-Sakamoto station
"Because I decided to go to Malongsu temporarily, I booked this nearby hotel. The transportation around the hotel is not particularly convenient. It is suitable for traveling by car. Breakfast is quite good. There are convenience stores and restaurants downstairs. It is more convenient to eat."
"I can’t go there and I can’t cancel. I can only pay the money but I can’t move in. The nearby attractions are too far away and I can only drive. It's a pity: ("
"Excellent, clean and well run. Only downside is it's rather far from the train station."
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5




4.5/5
Excellent
16 Reviews
2-7-12 Nakano Osashima-cho, Ena, Gifu, Japan
62.1km from Komaki Air Force Base
1.1km from JR Ena Station
6.3km from JR Mino-Sakamoto station
"The price is not enough for civilians"
"Overall, not bad"
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6




4/5
Very Good
5 Reviews
Higashino 2390-165, Ena, Gifu, Japan
11.8km from JR Ena Station
13.3km from JR Nakatsugawa Station
"Kokumin Shukusha Enasanso is located in Ena and takes about 20 minutes by car from Ena Station, near Ena Kyo Valley and Toki Premium Outlet. Yukatas are available for guests to wear during their stay. Guests may borrow irons and humidifiers at no additional charge (please inquire at the front desk for details). Facilities include a communal bath and a coin laundry. The hotel possesses 18 guest rooms."
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7




0/5
0 Reviews
2-2-24 Otamachi, Nakatsugawa, Gifu, Japan
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8




2.5/5
5 Reviews
172-6 Oi-cho, Ena-shi, Ena, Gifu, Japan
62.0km from Komaki Air Force Base
250m from JR Ena Station
6.0km from JR Takenami station
"A city hotel that's geared towards business, just 3 minutes' walk from Ena station"
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9




3/5
5 Reviews
2-7 Sakaemachi, Nakatsugawa, Gifu, Japan
"We recently stayed at this hotel while visiting Japan. It is in a great location as it is only a few minutes walk from the trains and buses. Our room was very small, even by Japanese standards and, although it was clean, the wallpaper was peeling in several places and there were marks and dents on the walls. We had to wait for quite a few minutes to register, as there was no one at the registration desk. When she did show up, we had a bit of difficulty communicating as she spoke very little English and we do not speak any Japanese. There are no restaurant facilities at the hotel and we did not attempt to get recommendations from the clerk (due to poor communication). However, when we went for a walk from the hotel, we easily found several good places to eat, so the location is good for restaurants as well. We would stay here again if we were in Nakatsugawa for only one day but would probably look for something a bit better if we were staying longer."
"This hotel was disgusting. The reception lady was pretty dry, room was really cold and shower not so good. The only good thing was the location. I totally regretted staying here and not going to Magome."
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10




4.2/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Oicho 2710-323, Ena, Gifu, Japan
2.7km from JR Ena Station
4.5km from JR Mino-Sakamoto station
"恵那に二人で泊まる場合、市内のビジネスホテル(ルートイン)にツインで素泊まりするより、こちらの簡易夕食付きのプランの方が安いので時々利用しています。恵那駅から送迎してくれます。エアコンの音が極端に大きいので眠るときは切らなければなりませんが、それ以外の季節は快適です。馬込や妻籠にいく外人が泊まっているのをよく見ます。A small private inn from which you can visit Ooijuku, Magomejuku and Tumagojuku."
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