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Sun room includes travel books, an electric stove-fireplace, and a great place to relax!This first-floor room offers a fabulous massage chair, perfect after a long flight or hours of walking around town. The sofa bed sleeps two adults or up to three children.
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Quiet, Best Location & Amenities

Quiet, Best Location & Amenities

6 huéspedes
3 dormitorios
5 camas
1 baño
6 huéspedes
3 dormitorios
5 camas
1 baño

A charming Japanese house blending modern conveniences with traditional Kyoto flourishes, ideal for families or couples traveling together, nestled in the heart of Kyoto's ancient temples and shrines, walking distance from the Philosopher's Path.


Chimenea interior

Reglas de la casa

Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
La hora de llegada es a partir de las 15:00
Salida antes de las 10:00

36 evaluaciones

Perfil de usuario de Ludmila
Febrero de 2018
The house was very authentic and beautiful. ‘29 Kyoto walks’ book provided by host was indispensable and massage armchair added great pleasure to our trip. The stairs to 2nd floor are steep, just be aware if traveling with elderly or anyone who might be challenged by that. Once w…
Perfil de usuario de Ben
Julio de 2017
Beautiful place in a great neighborhood. Stuart was helpful and clear in his explanations. Bedroom and Den areas make great sleeping spaces, but the other two 'beds' are just blankets on the floor in another room. If there is a 5th bed I did not see any evidence of it or space …
Perfil de usuario de Joshua
Julio de 2017
Don't stay here!!!! Huge spiders were near the entry way as soon as we entered. We tried to get rid of one as several others appeared and jumped into our possessions we left near the door. Couldn't connect to pocket wifi while we tried to contact host. We felt extremely uncomfort…
Perfil de usuario de Stuart
Respuesta de Stuart:
We’ve been proud to host hundreds of guests at our four listings and customer reviews speak to the level of service we aim to provide. With Joshua and his party we encountered that extremely rare negative experience. What we have here, regrettably, is a situation whereby if the guest were to be completely honest he’d come off as extraordinarily unreasonable. His initial email was solely regarding what turned out to be two harmless spiders near the front door (the third turned out to be a leaf), the larger of which measured all of 35mm. More Charlotte away from her web than the man-eating giant tarantula he implies. He has ginned up his complaint and hyperbole in an effort to make our listing only slightly less horrifying than “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” sour grapes after we declined his request for a full refund. (We gladly would have issued a partial refund had Joshua not been so unreasonable from the start.) We invite interested parties to peruse our otherwise overwhelmingly positive reviews and let them decide for themselves. I replied 44 minutes after his initial complaint, and it only took that long because I was busy trying to find his party alternative accommodations. I offered to send my wife to the house to try and remove the spiders, but by then they had already left, 35 minutes after their initial email. “The spiders and the smells do not make us feel comfortable or safe,” they wrote. My wife arrived soon after, discovered and eventually caught the “huge” spiders. The area near the front door was sprayed, and we have a guest enjoying the home now. The unspecified “awful smell” turned out to be the fresh aroma of newish tatami mats, a smell I’ve never heard described by any native Japanese or Airbnb guest as anything other than pleasant. Photographs of the house are accurate and the pocket WiFi works just fine, needless to say. Joshua later wrote “[The possible presence of spiders] should have been note[d] as we would never had even thought about staying in such conditions.” Our position is that this is Japan. In the middle of summer. They find their way into Tokyo skyscrapers and $1,000/night ryokan. To expect a money-back guarantee that two spiders won’t ever find their way inside a typical Japanese house is not reasonable. Joshua cancelled his reservation claiming “unclean or inaccurate listing,” neither of which was true. After writing a highly negative review he then requested a full refund. Had Joshua not stormed out before we could even respond to his complaint we believe we could have amicably solved their problem in a tiny manner. Unfortunately, he overacted and there was little we could do despite our best efforts to placate him. Further, his actions since should make other Airbnb hosts think twice before renting to him.
Julio de 2017
Perfil de usuario de Ashley
Marzo de 2017
This is a spacious home in a nice quiet area of town. It's a bit of a walk to the bus, but well worth it for the relaxing environment. Stuart was incredibly helpful in preparing for our arrival, and also helped us make a taxi reservation for the morning we departed. We would defi…
Perfil de usuario de Erik
Octubre de 2016
The neighborhood in NE Kyoto is quiet and pleasant, and a nice contrast to a busy city center. With the university nearby, there are many places to eat and shop. The closest bus stop is about 8-10 minutes walk.
Perfil de usuario de Susan
Septiembre de 2016
Stuart is an excellent host. The facilities provided are outstanding. Of particular note are the espresso maker with coffee provided, a washer AND dryer were a God send after two weeks without a dryer, and a wonderful kitchen with all the needed supplies. There are two good sized…
Perfil de usuario de Wade
Mayo de 2016
The house met all expectations and was wonderful. It was wonderful to be in such a great neighborhood and to be able to get a feeling for how the locals lived. The hosts were very accommodating to anything we needed, and were kind to help us call cabs in Japanese, etc. when nee…

Hospedado por Stuart

Kioto, JapónSe registró en Abril de 2015
Perfil de usuario de Stuart
257 evaluaciones
Stuart es un SuperAnfitriónLos SuperAnfitriones tienen experiencia y muy buenas puntuaciones, se esfuerzan por que sus huéspedes disfruten de estancias inolvidables.
Your host is the author of seven books about Japanese cinema, including a joint biography of Akira Kurosawa and Toshiro Mifune hailed as "a must-read" by Martin Scorsese. He also produces special feature content for DVDs and Blu-rays for the British Film Institute and other label…
Idiomas: English, 日本語
Índice de respuesta: 100%
Tiempo de respuesta: en menos de una hora
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Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu, Japón

Ideally nestled in a richly green part of the city adjacent to Yoshida Mountain, the area is abundant with beautiful shrines and temples, some, like the 10th century Shinnyodo Temple, just a few block…

Cómo moverse

Four adult bicycles are freely provided, while the apartment is a less-than 10-minute walk, the No. 5 and No. 100 City Buses offering a direct line to Kyoto Station via Downtown (No. 5). Other buses (…

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