Choose your preferred language. We speak English and 41 other languages.
248-0013 Kanagawa, Kamakura, Zaimokuza 3-17-21, Japan – Show map
No booking fees • Save money! Best price guarantee — enter dates to see these prices!
7 properties in Kamakura
Including hotels, apartments, villas and more.
81 verified reviews
They speak your language!
Guest House Kamejikan's staff speaks: Japanese, English
Booking is safe
When you book with us your details are protected by a secure connection.
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs JPY 1500 per day.
Baggage Storage, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry
Safe, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.
Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 6 years are welcome.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 81 reviews
Value for money
Show reviews from:
Ideally located just a 3-minute walk from JR Kamakura Station, Villa Sacra offers unique designer hostel accommodation in collaboration with various artists.
Score from 36 reviews Very good
Open from October 2014, Sotetsu Fresa Inn Fujisawa-Minamiguchi offers comfortable rooms and free WiFi, just a 1-minute walk from Odakyu and JR Fujisawa Station.
Score from 64 reviews Excellent
Situated right next to the beach in a historic Kamakura area, Park Hotel features chic European décor, French and Japanese cuisines and a relaxation spa salon.
Score from 56 reviews Very good
Located at the popular Shichirigahama Beach, the Kamakura Prince Hotel features a seasonal outdoor pool, a golf range and rooms with panoramic ocean views.
Score from 14 reviews Very good
Old style wooden house with sliding partitions. Updated to be sufficient for modern experience
low ceilings ( but is suppose that comes with the old style)
Atmosphere and mood was very hip and welcoming. Breakfast was great, and the sleeping conditions were cozy and I really enjoyed going to sleep.
No laundry facilities (although I didn't ask)
The staff was very helpful.
It's a bit far from (20 mins walk) Kamakura town center and also different direction to major tourist attractions, but I still strongly recommend it for the warm and friendly staffs and beautiful building.
It's an 80-year-old Japanese style house, don't get surprised when you hear people next door snore.
Kamejikan is well located if you are spending time at the beach and Enoshima but is not so convenient for visiting the temples in the northern parts of the city. The building is handsome and facilities were reasonable. We had an excellent soba meal at a nearby restaurant.
Privacy is limited. While this is normal in a traditional Japanese dwelling other guests seemed to make no allowances and were quite noisy. Overall Kamejikan seems very expensive compared with similar places we have stayed at where we found better facilities at a lower price.
This hostel is like a 5min watch from a freaken gorgeous beach. I checked in and than spent the whoke evening watching the waves. Hoa cafe (just down the street) has really yummy coffee and donuts, you can sit on the porch and look out at the ocean. What is better than that??? I mean really, can life get better??? The hostel is owned by a sweet young couple. They are both very earthy, creative and have traveled extensively.We actually stayed at many of the same hostels in Mexico--so it was fun to share stories! I ordered the breakfast which was lovely: toast, eggs, salad and an amazing pumpkin soup. You could taste how fresh the ingrediants were and that it was made with love. Real homecooking. There were no other guests in the dorm the night I stayed there, so it was very quiet and peaceful. I suppose this is rare. The hosue itself is beautiful with tatami and soji screens. The toilet is traditional, which means you have to squat. If you are not use to this, you should just have a light spirit about it--its actually much better for your health to use a squat toilet! They have bicycles to rent for only 500 yen a day! I rented a cute lil rusted blue bike (ocean=rust, if you have ever lived closed to the beach you understand this) and road all the way to Enoshima along the water. It was fantastic! Kamejikan is a wonderful place.
The staff was nice and helpful. The hostel is close to the ocean (5 minute walk). Good Wi-Fi connection. Nice atmosphere and an opportunity to enjoy the Japanese style of accommodation.
Only one bathroom and one western style toilet for all the guests. Walls made of paper, so you can hear your neighbours snoring. We didn't like the breakfast as well - cold eggs, toasts with butter and honey and a salad made of something that looked like many kinds of cold potatoes.
helpfulness of host, we needed a place to stay and they made a number of calls for us. good english. availability of breakfast.
compulsory closing time of the hostel in the afternoon.
Very close to the beach, and located in a silent residential area. Although it is not too convenient to take the electronic train (need to walk about 20 minutes I think), but the bus stop is almost in front the hostel. staffs there are friendly and good English speaking.
Gorgeous building - felt like a home. Very friendly staff, delicious breakfast, great location near the beach.
Room was very small for four people and if people were talking in the common area you could hear it throughout the building. Definitely still enjoyable for us but your mileage may vary.
Very friendly English speaking staff. Only a 3 minute walk to the beach. Good to experience a more traditional Japanese style form of accommodation.
The 11pm curfew was a bit annoying but fair enough as the noise really travels throughout the guesthouse. Not the best place to stay if you want to experience the nightlife of Kamakura!
Staff were friendly, welcoming and helpful. They looked after our luggage after we checked out and we hired bikes form them. Gave good advice on where to eat and what to see in the area. We stayed in the private room and it was large, clean and very comfortable. We will stay here again in the future.
Beautiful place, great common area to meet people, cheap, great breakfast, amazing staff. That we can buy drinks and have them in the common area is also very nice. Would have stayed there much longer if I could.
The owner speaks very good english and helped us with ecerything.
Small rooms but still ok.
Veeery clean and very nice room :)
The first thing we heard after coming in was number of rules what you can do or can't do in your room, so we felt a little bit uncomfortable. Also we couldn't sign the papers before the check in, so we especially had to go back twice. It kind of ruined our daily plan. I've been travelling around here and there, but it was the first time this happened. I used to get everything done in the morning and just received the keys before the closing time, so it surprised me.
Value for money. Clean, small ryokan.
had to arrange our beds on our own. remote place (appr. 20-30 min walk from JR Kamakura).
The calm atmosphere, the helpful staff, the beauty of the house, it all made it an experience I remember fondly. We stayed for 3 nights and felt at home there. I also liked the tasty soup for breakfast.
It wasn't a problem at all for me, but be aware that Kamejikan has walls which are very thin. Consideration for other guests is necessary while staying there.
Near the beach, not that far walking from the station and easy to go by bus It's really a good place to rest.
Staff were very helpful when I had some problems unrelated to the guest house
Need to order breakfast the day before
Nice & friendly owners! The atmosphere is super cozy! Great conversation with the owner in which I learned a lot. Thank you^^
Reasonably easy to find. Close to the beach. Good facilities including free tea.
The twin room is between the two bathrooms and was noisy in the evening with other quests using the facilities. The tatami mat was also very hard.
We've negotiated with thousands of hotels to get the very best deals. We call them Secret Deals and they only last for a limited time.
You can get these deals for free by subscribing to our newsletters. You can even choose your favorite destinations to receive personalized deals.
Get started now by entering your email address. We'll instantly send you a link to our Deal Finder!
Don't worry – your email address is safe with us. We'll never share your private information and you can unsubscribe at any time.