It was nice place. The location was great and the neighborhood was calm and clean. I recommend this place to someone who wants stay at the Japanese house. The staircase was quite steep. Except that, everything was comfortable and I enjoyed staying here. Thanks
The apartment is conviently located close to the train station. While it certainly has charme and is very clean and well equipped, the windows and doors would chatter bit during night which can be disturbing if you sleep lightly. As it is located in the rear it is a bit dark as w…
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We wanted to stay in a traditional place and this was the perfect fit, it's a 15 minute walk from Kyoto station so fairly straight forward. House is a bit creeky and can get cold but it has a heater and aircon. Beds were comfy, the only thing missing was any tea, coffee or sugar …
Hello Ruje, Thank you so much for taking your time to leave us a good review. We are glad to hear that you could use the air conditioner and heater to heat the room. As for the tea, we will take note of it for future guests. Again, thank you for choosing our place and we look forward to hosting you again in the future!
Very interesting Airbnb. On one hand you have a very traditional living space. But next you have a very awkward kitchen bath shower combo. As others have stated that area is outside. Covered under a thin makeshift roof. There will be flies in there in the morning. Next the shower…
We specialize in traditional homes in beautiful Kyoto called “Machiya.” We offer packages of “Machiya-stay” as an unparalleled way to experience the daily life of a Kyoto local. The “Machiyas” are rustic, and may even be unexceptional and quaint to the eye. The casual and home…