Narabiyori is a guest house which is a rebuilt of an old folk house constructed in the Meiji era. It is within walking distance to major sightseeing spots.
Narabiyori was newly opened in the fall of 2011. It was originally built in the Meiji era, about 100 years ago. It is conveniently located close to JR Nara Station and Kintetsu-Nara Station, in a quiet neighborhood. There are 4 Japanese style guestrooms, all clean and cozy. You can enjoy meeting new friends here, and relax in the nostalgic Japanese atmosphere.
No meals are provided in the guesthouse, but you are free to use the kitchen and cooking utensils. There are convenience store and super market and restaurants nearby.
The bathroom and shower room are shared by all guests. There is no bathtub in the shower room. If you wish to enjoy a nice Japanese style bath, we recommend you to go to a public bathhouse close-by.
No curfew, but the lights are turned off at 23:00. Please do not use the public facilities after 23:00.
.Check in: from 4:00pm until 10:00pm
Please contact the guesthouse directly if you are late for check-in time. There is no closing time.
.Check out: until 10:00am
. Luggage storage: from 9:00am until 12:00am.
. All facilities are not available for use from 10:00am until 4:00pm.
.Extra bed is not available.
.Kitchen, shower and bathroom are shared.
.The shower room has shampoo, rinse and body soap.
.Hairdryer is rented for free.
.Rented towels, toothbrush set, razor are available.
.Rental bicycle is 500yen a day, with a 2500yen deposit. Please make a reservation in advance.
.Wifi Internet is available.
.Coin-operated laundry machine (charged).
.We have no parking space. There is a pay parking lot in the neighborhood.
.We do NOT accept credit cards.
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