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Set in Mino, 5.6 mi from Mugegawa Onsen, Ballarat Inn Clunes Guest House offers accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. Nichiryubu-ji Temple is 7.5 mi from the guest house. It’s an experience ! I liked the host the most, he helped us to wash the clothes, host our bicycles - was the best host ever! It’s a great experience!
Offering a barbecue and terrace, Guest House Warabi is located in Mino in the Gifu Region. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. Very helpful, over-the-top host with a genuine heart of service, always finding many ways to meet the needs of the moment. Far exceeded expectations. Classic Japanese home with many modern amenities. Very tidy and clean. Excellent location with a close-to-nature feeling of being hugged by the nearby hills. Would gladly stay here again.
Located in Mino, 5 mi from Mugegawa Onsen, Machiya Hotel baison provides accommodations with a shared lounge, free private parking, a garden and a terrace. Great staff, amazing service. Building is very beautiful. Valet service when arriving by car.
E.English Guest House features air-conditioned accommodations in Sekimachi. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the... The host was very accommodating and drove to and from the train station.
Just a 2-minute walk from JR Mino-Ota Train Station Station, Hotel Route-Inn Minokamo features a spacious public bath, a sauna room and a relaxation lounge with massage chairs. The breakfast has a good variety; some western and traditional Japanese breakfast items. Amenities were good: complimentary pajamas, choice of pillow, free water and tea in the lobby, nice onsen, complimentary items that go beyond your basic toothbrush, comb, and shampoo. Friendly staff. They were able to tell me what foods to avoid in the breakfast area because of my peanut allergy.
Mino is a small town so it doesn't always have English like you would see in bigger towns and cities. If you can get past that, you will experience some of the friendliest and most helpful people in Japan. Every place I went there was a genuiness beyond what you would find in Japan as a whole. I was given a private tour without asking for it. Then I was shown the best place to pose for a photo and then shown where the Washi Lantern gallery was located. I didn't ask for any of that, he insisted! Friendliness in local Japanese towns are in a league of their own!