Reasonably Priced & Comfy! 5 Highly Rated Guesthouses in Kanagawa

If you want to have a reasonably priced trip, then you’d want to lower your lodging costs, correct? Here are some guesthouses to help you achieve that! Below are 5 recommended guesthouses in Kanagawa that have great reviews on an accommodation booking site!

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1. Guest House FUTARENO

This guesthouse is a great base if you want to explore Yokohama. It was renovated to become more comfy and pleasant, but the retro atmosphere of a traditional Japanese home remains. They have 3 private rooms (Japanese, Western, Japanese-Western) that can each fit 2 to 4 people, mixed gender dormitories, and 1 female-only dormitory available. They also have several common areas, like the kitchen, bathrooms, and lounge. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the entire place. They also have staff who can speak English.

Example accommodation fee:
Mixed gender dormitory: 3,000 JPY for 1 person (incl. tax)

2. Plage Yuigahama

This lodging facility is in an excellent spot that’s just a 3-minute walk away from Yuigahama, a popular beach area that represents Kanagawa. They are popular because they only have private rooms, and they allow pets to stay too! They offer a bicycle rental service, and they’re close enough to Kamakura that you can easily walk there and explore. All guests can freely use the terrace space – which is often used for breakfast or to cool off in the evening – and living room, where guests can interact. Other common areas include the kitchen and popular (paid) hot tub. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the whole building, and staff who can speak English.

Example accommodation fee:
Single Room: 6,000 JPY – 8,000 JPY for 1 person (incl. tax)

3. Field Hakone Resort

This is a condominium-sized hotel that just opened in April 2017. It is recommended for people who want to go sightseeing at Mt. Hakone, Gotemba, or Yamanashi. They have Japanese-Western or Japanese-style rooms, and all rooms are equipped with a bath, toilet, sink, TV, fridge, and air conditioner. All Japanese-style rooms have a special dining area and simple kitchen that comes with basic eating utensils. Common areas include the lobby lounge and kitchen equipped with gadgets like a microwave, oven toaster, and rice cooker. Convenience stores and supermarkets are within walking distance, and best of all – there’s free Wi-Fi throughout the entire place!

Example accommodation fee:
Japanese-Western Room: 6,800 JPY – 9,500 JPY for 1 person when 2 people are staying (incl. tax)

4. guesthouse SHIBAFU

This guesthouse is located in a back alley at Hase, Kamakura. Though there are only 2 compact and cozy private guestrooms, the cafe-bar on the 1st floor and the barbecue garden on the rooftop ensures that guests have many opportunities to interact with each other! Each room has facilities like a shower, fridge, and microwave installed. The sink and washing machine are shared. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the whole guesthouse.

Example accommodation fee:
From 6,000 JPY for 1 person (excl. tax)

5. Odawara Guest House Samurai Oyado

With easy access to Mt. Fuji and Hakone, Odawara has an over 300-year history of travelers coming to stay in its inns. This guesthouse started in the hopes of reviving the inns of the past. It is located in a great spot, at just a 3-minute walk from the famous Odawara Castle and a short walk to the nearby beach. They have female-only Japanese-style rooms (can be reserved), as well as mixed gender dormitories. Common areas include a lounge with a free drink service and the bathrooms. The guesthouse’s cute cat will welcome you home every day, so it is highly recommended for cat lovers! There is free Wi-Fi throughout the whole facility, and there are staff who can speak English.

Example accommodation fee:
Mixed Gender Dormitory: 3,000 JPY for 1 person

5. Odawara Guest House Samurai Oyado

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The great thing about guesthouses is that it’s easy to meet and form bonds with others. Stay at one and make splendid memories!

*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.

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