Offering comfortable, simple accommodation to its guests, we hope to convince you to fall in love with the village, even if you originally came just for the amazing skiing on the mountain. The owner is a Japan-trained Taiwanese potter and you might catch a glimpse of her at her wheel during your stay.
The hotel is perfectly located between O-Yu dori, the main street, and the main gondola at Nagasaka. It is a 3-minute slow walk to the home slope.
As you’d expect in Nozawa Onsen, there’s a big steamy bath for guests to soak at the end of the day.
All room rates include a complimentary continental breakfast.
Our front desk staff speak Chinese, English, and Japanese. Their job is to make sure you have the best stay possible.
Our cosy lobby with its log fire is our guests’ favourite hang-out space. We provide books, games, and free coffee and tea all day.
Our bedrooms are a mix of classic Japanese, with wood everywhere, the texture of tatami underfoot, and fluffy futons that’ll give you the best night’s rest you’ve had for years; western, with a cosy mountain-village alpine feel; and mixed Japanese and western with the best of both worlds.
All rooms have an ensuite toilet, and some have a compact unit bath too. All rooms have free wi-fi, a room safe, a Bluetooth speaker, and a kettle.
Please note that our rooms do not have television.
All rooms are non-smoking.
There’s a ski room and drying room, and some limited parking spaces. Unfortunately Elizabeth can’t accept pets, and the guest-rooms are not yet wheelchair-accessible.