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Vanlife BASE | 45 min. from Narita Airport / Perfect for campervan travel/A seaside town rich in nature/Japanese countryside town/welcome traveler

Chiba/Koseki, Kujukuri-machi, Sambu-gun#VANLIFE SAUNA
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7,000 JPY 〜/1 night
5.00 (44)

Description

Welcome to Vanlife BASE! This place is loved by Japanese Vanlifers. Customers from overseas are also very welcome, so it's a good idea to choose this as your first stop in Japan! Please feel free to chat with us as we will also show you recommended campervan and sightseeing spots. I am looking forward to seeing you! ■Location It's about a 10 minute walk from Katakai Beach, a famous surf point. Although it is a rural town, it is only an hour's drive from Tokyo. ■About the stay There are no rooms available for overnight stays. A small RV park for campervan users. ■Facility overview Co-living,Toilet,Bath,Shared kitchen,Laundry and External power supply for campervans. BBQ sets and tent sauna rentals are also available. It is a clean facility with full facilities. I also live here.

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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
¥500/bag
Dog Park
Not available
Camping Behavior Allowed
¥0/day
Tent (For 2-3 people)
¥4000/day
Tent (For 4-5 people)
Not available
Cooking Allowed
¥0/day
BBQ Facilities Rental
¥2000/day
Bonfire Allowed
¥0/day
Additional people (5th person onwards)
¥2000/time
Unlimited charcoal
¥1000/time
MORZH Tent Sauna [Free original bathhouse towel!!]
¥15000/time
SAUNA TRUCK
¥15000/time
[¥500 OFF] Write a review
¥0/time
[Daytime] Private rental
¥13000/time
[Accommodation] Private rental
¥23000/time
Luxury camper stay
¥23000/time
2nd car onwards
¥7000/time

Nearby Facilities

Convenient Store
セブンイレブン 九十九里小関店 (290m)
Supermarket
ランドロームフードマーケット九十九里店 (4600m)
Gasoline
ENEOS九十九里 (2000m)
Restaurant
八福食堂、DK HOUSE、coodory等 (300m)
24h Toilet
Not available
Onsen
スパ&リゾート九十九里太陽の里 (1500m)

Parking space

Maximum lots3 lot(s)
Parking Area Size:Length 7・Breadth 3・Height 0 m
※ Car size can be referred from here

Note

☆★利用案内★☆ ・車中泊専用スポットの為建物内に就寝スペースはありません。ご自身の車かテントにてお休み下さい。 ・駐車スペースではテント・タープなどを張って自由にお過ごしください。 ・駐車スペースでのBBQ・焚き火も可能ですが、22時までには終了して頂くようお願い致します。 ・周辺に民家がありますので長時間のアイドリング、発電機やスピーカーなど音の出るもの使用はお控え下さい。 ・22時以降は室内か車内にてお過ごし下さい。 ・夜間は周りの方の迷惑にならないようご配慮の上ご利用をお願い致します。 ・LDKは23時に消灯させて頂きます。トイレや洗面は24時間利用可能です。 ・施設内のもの(ティッシュ、ハンドペーパー等)は施設内のゴミ箱にお捨て下さい。 ・お客様お持ち込みのもの(可燃ごみ/缶/ペットボトル)は一袋につき300円で処理致しますのでオプションにてご選択下さい。 ・水路をまたぐ為敷地への入り口が若干狭くなっていますのでお気を付け下さい。(水路上の橋の幅約3m、前面道路は片側一車線ずつの8m。入口は少し勾配があります。長さ6m×幅2.1mの私の車は切り返し無しで入れます) ・共用部はホストも利用させて頂きますのでご了承ください。 ☆★貸し切り・長期利用★☆ ・貸し切り 日中利用:20,000円 1泊利用:30,000円 ・長期利用 2泊以上 10%OFF  3泊以上 20%OFF  5泊以上 30%OFF  7泊以上 50%OFF ※1 オプションは割引対象外です。 ※2 12/28-1/3は割引対象外です。 ☆★レンタル品について ☆★ 【テントセット】¥4,000 オガワカーサイドロッジ、BBQコンロ(2人用)、ローチェア×2、ローテーブル、コット×2 【BBQコンロ】¥1,000 4人用、2人用 New!!【MORZH テントサウナ】¥15,000 4〜5人用


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

5.00(44 reviews)
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信介 安部
5.00Tue, May 7, 2024
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carstayを初めて使わして頂きました。 共用部分のお風呂、トイレ、バーカウンター、アメニティ、エントランスが、とにかくおしゃれでいい香りがし、オーナーの細かいこだわりが感じました。 子供がオーナーのキャンピングカーを少し覗かせて頂き移動ベッドに子供は大興奮してました! 本当に、貴重な体験ありがとうございました! 是非また子供と寄せて頂きます。

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小田
5.00Tue, May 7, 2024

家族4人+ワンコと利用しました ほぼ手ぶらでお邪魔しました 借りたテントの設営もしていただきました 共有スペースも清潔で手入れが行き届いていて良かったです また機会がございましたら宜しくお願いします

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バード
5.00Mon, May 6, 2024

車中泊は初めてでしたが、綺麗なお風呂とトイレもあり、また、オーナーも良い方でとても安心して快適に過ごせました。

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伊藤 祥子
5.00Sun, May 5, 2024
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はじめは一泊の予定でしたが急遽二泊でお願いしても快く応じてくれました。 とにかく設備がキレイで整っているので本当に気持ち良く過ごせました。 大型犬とサーファーおじさんと伺いましたが海まで近くさんぽにもよかったです。 ありがとうございました!

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カックン
5.00Fri, Apr 26, 2024
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車中泊初心者の夫婦ですが、他の方が皆んな温かくて楽しく過ごせました(*^^*) キャンピングカーや車中泊の話も聴けてテンション上がって、これから色々楽しくなりそうな気がします。 牡蠣もご馳走様でした♡♡美味しかったです。 また機会があれば是非利用させてください。

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7,000 JPY 〜/1 night
5.00 (44)
Reservation Deadline Time : 2 days ago 8:00 PM
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