The Minshuku Rindou-no-ie offers good accommodation close to downtown and the park full of temples. This guesthouse is run by a friendly, kind and hospitable couple. I was offered cold red tea as soon as I arrived one day in hot July. You can relax in the hall and have some tea, listen to classical music, meet other travellers, look at some postcards that many travellers have left behind or just check your email on the free internet. The rooms are clean and detailed to ensure that your stay is pleasant and relaxed. With traditional Japanese rooms, you can take a relaxing Japanese bath that makes you feel as good as new, especially after visiting Nikko. There are rates for simple accommodation, and rates that include breakfast and dinner. They offer free pick up at the Nikko train station upon request at time of booking. For any questions or recommendations, the owners will lend their support at all times.
Located in the countryside, in the District of Nasu-Kogen (Heights) it really is an escape from the daily rush of Japanese cities. The fresh country air and wonderful natural fragrances is true testament to the generosity of Mother Nature. This hotel has 307 rooms with capacity for 1405 people. The hotel offers quality, distinction and professionalism.