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- Location (10 min walk from Kyoto station)
- In a quiet pedestrian street
- Close to bus/subway/train station
- Close to restaurant/convenience shops
- Tiny room
- No futon but 2 thin mattresses on top of each other...More
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Response from nagomi-no-wa, 受付 at Guest House Ikoi-no-ieResponded 14 July 2015
Thank you for your comment.
We would like to refer to your comment a little from our side, too.
First of all, we appreciate that you have found our geographic feature convenient and advantage.
we always think that we want our guests to use these...More
This accommodation was fine if you just need a tiny room to sleep in. It was clean and sufficient. However, I did not feel like I had a Ryokan experience that many people speak of in Japan, and that was disappointing. In addition, the rooms...More
3 of us stayed here in Oct 2014. It's high-season in Kyoto or something along this line. Either triple sharing rooms were sold out or overpriced. I ended up enquiring their sister property, however due to a shortage of room, the staff recommended Ikoi no...More
We stayed at Ikoinoie for four nights. 31 Oct-3 Nov 2014. The room is simple japanese style for our family of four people. We enjoyed the japanese gowns that were prepared for us. We had some nice pictures wearing them. There are japanesse restaurants near...More
This guest house has a good location, just about 10 min away (by walk) from the station. We stayed here for 2 nights. Some comments said it's noisy, but actually we felt it's so quiet at night. Location is good: restaurants, shops and even Japanese...More
US$47 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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