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Based on previous Nara accommodation searches, the average starting price is £70
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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Nara is £70 per night.
jaclyn.sin The location is ideal, a two minute walk from the JR line train station and a 15 minute walk to the Nara Park which houses the Great Buddha. The hotel is brand new - only a week old when we were there (March 7&8, 2010). So, it is extremely clean. The owners, a husband and wife, speak excellent English and they were so attentive and helpful! I recommend this hotel hands down!!!
loveedward007 I enjoy the hospitality from the hostress a lot. Such hot summer, when I came in the room she presented me a bowl of cool watermelon which was really a relief. The location of the Guesthouse is quite near the Nara Park,which is a must-go spot in Nara.
1 Kitahanda HigashichoExcellent 90%
shimadayuji We highly recommend this newly opened guesthouse. It's in a traditional 100 year old home with a beautiful garden in the centre. It has all of the facilities you'll need such as internet, shared kitchen area, decent showers, spacious rooms with comfy futon and a lovely sunken floor common area to meet with other friendly travellers or just relax. For the quality of the guesthouse the price cannot be beaten The location is great, tucked away from the main road it is walking distance to the station/dining hub & the world heritage listed sights. The owner is friendly and speaks both Japanese & English, he told us it was his dream to open a guesthouse & he is off to a great start! We are already planning to head to the Nara area to see more of the sights & will be staying here again
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