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Kujukurihama < Totonoi Old House >

Chiba/Kitaimaizumi, Oamishirasato City
Post this station

6,000 JPY 〜/1 night
4.75 (8)

Description

It is an old house located a 7-minute walk from Kujukurihama beach in Oamishirasato City, Sambu-gun, Chiba Prefecture. There's a space featuring old beams, a countertop dining room, bath, toilet, sauna, kitchen and Wi-Fi. How about three sets of private saunas after a work in a laid-back setting, a walk around the pastel-dyed Kujukuri beach in the evening and a nap in your favorite van ・・・. 2 for 2 plus 6000 yen for 2. Two cars can be parked from a light can to the size of a van.

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Basic Facilities

24h Toilet
Water
WiFi
Playground
Pets Allowed
Smoking Area
Vending Machine
Washing Dryer
Waste Water Discharge
Security Cameras
EV Charger Stand
Administrator
※There are also facilities that can be paid by cash at the station

Additional Fee Facilities

Electricity socket
¥0/day
Non-free Wifi
Not available
Non-free Shower
¥0/time
Onsen (Adult)
Not available
Onsen (Child)
Not available
Dustbin
¥0/bag
Dog Park
Not available
Camping Behavior Allowed
¥0/day
Tent (For 2-3 people)
¥1000/day
Tent (For 4-5 people)
Not available
Cooking Allowed
¥0/day
BBQ Facilities Rental
Not available
Bonfire Allowed
Not available
single person sauna
¥1000/time

Nearby Facilities

Convenient Store
セブンイレブン大網白里汐浜海岸店 (400m)
Supermarket
ランドローム九十九里店 (5400m)
Gasoline
エネオス 南今泉SS (3100m)
Restaurant
古民家食堂もちづき (200m)
24h Toilet
トトノイ古民家 (2m)
Onsen
Not available

Parking space

Maximum lots2 lot(s)
Parking Area Size:Length 8・Breadth 5・Height NaN m
※ Car size can be referred from here

Note

お問い合わせはお気軽にどうぞ。 [トトノイ古民家に問い合わせ] と入れていただけると助かります。


Cancellation Deadline

17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
If you cancel your reservation after the Cancellation Deadline, cancellation fee will be applied. Cancellation rate can be checked here

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Reviews

4.75(8 reviews)
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Hiroki Ohara
5.00Sun, Dec 4, 2022

こどもも喜んでおり、大変よい時間を過ごせました!

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かず
5.00Sat, Aug 7, 2021

楽しく利用できました。

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Talilanature
5.00Thu, Jul 1, 2021

雨の日での利用でした。 トトノイ古民家さんを利用した事で、雨の日でも快適な車中泊が出来ました。 またリピートします。

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たけ
5.00Sun, Jun 13, 2021

休憩の為の備品が整っていて、あまりに居心地が良く、表に出るのを忘れてしまいます。 日中は30度近い外気温でも、海沿いだからでしょうか?夜になると意外と涼しく、車のウィンドウに付ける網戸を用意していったのですが、少し開けるだけで快適に眠れたので網戸は使用しませんでした。 波の音が聞こえてきて、喧騒を忘れとても心地よかったです。 朝方に九十九里浜を散歩するのはとても清々しい気分になれました!

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栗原幸裕
5.00Sun, May 30, 2021

外観は古い古民家でしたが、中はしっかりとリフォームがされていて、細かい所迄随所に気配りがされていました。 配置も良く凄く居心地が良かったので、また是非利用させて頂きたいと思います。 食事場所やコンビニ等も近く、何よりビーチが近くてロケーションも良く、子供もまた来たいって言っておりますので、その際は宜しくお願い致します。有難うございました。

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Post this station
6,000 JPY 〜/1 night
4.75 (8)
Reservation Deadline Time : 1 day ago 8:00 PM
Business hour note :
お問合せは2日前の17時までにお願いします。1組貸し切りの為対応できない場合がありますのでご了承ください。

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