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We travelled from Australia in a group of 16 (8 adults/8 children). The hotel came very highly recommended and we could not fault it. The hosts were extremely accomodating (even baking a cake for the b'day of one in our group) and also doing laundry...More
We stayed next door to the Eternal Flame during our 2 week stay in Hakuba. Although we did not stay in the BnB we stopped in for breakfast on several occasions. They offer a fantastic (and cheap about $10 AUD) 3 course breakfast with unlimited...More
Excellent location close to Echoland main street, rooms were warm and very clean. The bathroom was always spotless. Nice and warm building, even with the gas heater off during the day, room was still warm upon returning in the afternoon. Communal lounge area was very...More
We stayed at Eternal Flame for 5 days in January 2016, and couldn't have been happier with the experience.
Nao and Kimi were excellent and attentive hosts, nothing was too much trouble, from driving family members to the doctors, booking restaurants, lift tickets, and organizing...More
Fantastic hosts, authentic experience, very comfortable and so convenient. Will return to Hakuba and will definitely stay at Eternal Flame. Homely yet authentic Japanese environment. Convenient to slopes, village, restaurants etc. Dining in also a great option after long day on the slopes. Hosts could...More
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It's never too early to book-I would do it asap. With an exchage rate of about 80 AUD cents to $1 yen (similar to now) it cost approx $270 p/nite for 2 rooms -one twin, one double with ensuite). The 5 course dinner they... More
It's never too early to book-I would do it asap. With an exchage rate of about 80 AUD cents to $1 yen (similar to now) it cost approx $270 p/nite for 2 rooms -one twin, one double with ensuite). The 5 course dinner they serve (you must book the day before though) is approx $25 AUD p/person-very inexpensive and delicious. There are not any cooking facilities-we did use the hot water to make 2 min noodles for the kids-otherwise its a 6-8 min walk to the "Lawson"-like a 7/11 where you could buy some ready meals-mostly salad, sushi, karage chicken, potato gems, chicken skewers-that sort of thing. Also you can buy alcohol there. We bought pizza for the kids one night and walked up to the Italian (3-4 mins) Restaurant Syo to collect it. Cherry Pub (2-3 min walk) does western style food, quite good, similar prices to hm.