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“This hostel is brand new and everything is really clean. There was not much other people as we were there (or they were too shy :-) ) so we tried ryokan here, it was great - giant public bath tub just for yourself! perfect! Close to beach, so you can get up early and go to see sunrise.”
“Excellent position an easy walk from the railway station. Small, good value ryokan rooms but comfortable and clean shared bathroom. This ryokan has a very homey feel about it. Please note: the property is sometimes referred to as "Villa Sacra" as on the sign outside the property but is also referred to as "Villa Sakura" on one of the websites.”
“For a dormitory-only ryokan, it was very nice. The house was designed and built, I believe, by a Zen master and it shows. It's only a minute's walk to the beach. The owner was friendly and spoke pretty good English. Personally, I would never choose dormitory accommodation (I am 66 y.o.), however, because it was a summer weekend in August, there was nothing else available in the town.”
“Great japanese inn, two baths you can lock for private use. Rooms are tatami floors, beds are futons. Great place as long as you're not expecting 3 star western hotel. Enoshima is walking distance and Kamakura is couple of train stops away. Train stop is couple of blocks from the inn. Hotel owners are very friendly and speak english.”
“Nice ryokan close to the beach. There's an onsen and a grocery store is located in front of the ryokan. Tram stop is located nearby so it's easy to go to Fujisawa or Kamakura from here.”