Gojo Guest House
Address3-396-2 Gojobashihigashi Higashiyama-Ku KyotoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This is a fine guesthouse in an old wooden Japanese house, which makes the place feel more like a ryokan than your average guesthouse. It’s a relaxed and friendly place at home with foreign guests. The staff speak good English and can help with travel advice. Best of all: it has gaijin (foreigner)-sized futons!
Our independent authors have visited Gojo Guest House and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Southern Higashiyama.
Description provided by property
A place where you would want to come back. We try to keep a cozy, home-like atmosphere where you can relax and chill out after your long day of traveling. In our 100-year-old “machiya”(an old traditional Japanese house) we have shared bathrooms, shower rooms and a kitchen, also free WI-FI which can be used anywhere inside. In our cafe on the first floor, you can choose to sit alone and enjoy your moment, or share the long table with other travelers and share your fun experiences from your trip.
・We provide futon and linen for each guest.
・Shared Shower room and Toilet
・All guests receive a Map and Free drink ticket for the frist night.
・We provide breakfast set from 8:30 am for 2 hours,at 300 yen.
・All rooms are Air conditioned
・3 Shower rooms（There are some public baths nearby）
【Rental , Sale】
・Bicycle rental 500 yen per day（only 4）
・Bath towel 100 yen
・City Bus 1 day pass 500 yen
【Check-in / Out】
・Check-In time is 15:00 ～ 22:00 and Check-Out time is 11:00 ～.
・Reception open from 8:00 ～ 22:00.
・We can keep your luggages at reception,before Check-In or after Check-Out.
・We don't accept credit card. We require full payment upon Check-In time.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Hire
- Common Room
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
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