LOCATION: Kyotango, Kyoto pref.; 30km from Kinosaki Onsen. Accessible by train (Amino Sta.) and bus.
Dinner and breakfast included
New Marutadoso is located a 3-minute walk to one of Japan's biggest sandy beaches. It has been more than 20 years since it opened in July 1992. It can be used as a base for visiting the Tango peninsula during the spring and autumn season.
Three indoor family baths with free-flowing hot-spring source water are free to use for private bathing. Natural Nakisuna hot-spring was found in 1996. It is quite popular and said to make your skin smooth.
Enjoy delicious meals and hand-made buckwheat noodles made by owner. And also home-grown Koshihikari rice and original Sake await you.
Okami has started drawing oil paintings as hobby for 17 years, since her work has been selected and won award prize, she continues to paint about the local area of Tango.
It is a cozy and comfortable accommodation with modern cuisine and warm hospitality.
JR from Kinosaki Onsen Sta.
| (approx. 16 mins by train)
KTR Toyooka Sta.
| (approx. 45mins by Kyoto Tango Railway)
Available up to two nights stay. We welcome who traveling alone. Reasonable plan to enjoy Kotohiki beach and hot-spring bath for private use, Overnight only for room charge. No outside food allowed. Check-in time is by 21:00, please notify us if you will arrive later than 9pm. The bath is open 15:00-23:30, 6:00-9:30 No meal plan but we have special rice ball service upon request! Rice is made by home-made Tango Koshihikari rice. The inside of the rice ball is renowned Kijuku Umeboshi in Wakayama pref. Recommended for who forgot to buy breakfast, and who thinks that the quantity of breakfast in the inn is too much. If you would like free rice balls, please tell us what time of the morning you want us to make them when you check-in. It is also convenient to use our inn as a base for fishing. NOTE: There is no convenience store, supermarkets nor restaurants around us. There is a vending machine for beverage like can of beer and other alcohol on the first floor.
One of Japanese-style guest rooms
Hot Spring for Private Use
We're looking forward to seeing you here!