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We are a family of 4 wanting to experience a ryokan. This ryokan, of traditional Japanese inn, offered exactly that. The ryokan is not luxurious, but it has tons of character. The staff are attentive and will make you feel welcome. We arrived late at...More
Kyo no Minshuku Ohara no Sato 民宿大原の里 is not far from Kyoto city, but it was out from the busy area.
It had few buildings all connected but it also had a lot of stairs. It was quite difficult to carry up.
The room and...More
Be warned that it is a very long travel going to this place. It may take you an hour or two to get here specially when you're planning to take bus and train. Good thing the path from ohara station to this onsen is breath...More
Yumoto Onsen OharaSansou is a place to be outside the tourist hordes of Kyoto and to visit the interesting temples in the (rural) Ohara area. Is not a place to visit Kyoto as you need one hour bus ride and 20' walk to reach the...More
Had a wonderful time during our 1 night stay.
Food was good.
Bath was really good experience.
The walk around the area was really nice too.
The room was rather basic Japanese style but its OK.
eception at the Ohara bus station, you need to...More
USD 90 - USD 370 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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As far as I can remember, there are little shops/local restaurants on the way to this onsen from the bus station. Unfortunately, they were closed when we passed by. I think it's mid way to the hotel, about 5-10 mins walk. We... More
As far as I can remember, there are little shops/local restaurants on the way to this onsen from the bus station. Unfortunately, they were closed when we passed by. I think it's mid way to the hotel, about 5-10 mins walk. We booked our accommodation in agoda, luckily breakfast and dinner are included cause it is really quite a walk just to find local restaurants, which I'm not even sure what time they open. I must say, their food was really good. I hope that answers your question. :)