Nestled between forests and mountains, spa hotel Hirayunomori is a paradise for hot spring lovers. It boasts 16 outdoor natural hot springs, 3 dining options and comfortable accommodation.
Rooms have shared bathroom facilities, while private cottages feature an open-air hot spring bath, kitchenette and balcony. All are fitted with an LCD TV, a safe and an electric kettle.
Guests at Hirayunomori can relax in the spacious public hot spring baths or the sauna. The spa hotel has a souvenir shop and a relaxation area with massage chairs.
Restaurant Mominoki serves Western and local specialities, while Donguri offers Japanese cuisine. Light meals and beverages can also be enjoyed at Kissa Lounge.
Hotel Hirayunomori is a 3-minute walk from Hiray Bus Terminal, a one-hour bus drive from JR Takayama Station. Kamikochi and Shinhotaka Ropeway are both a 30-minute bus ride and Mount Norikura is a 60-minute bus ride away.
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