Kyoto Guesthouse Kyono en Nishiya
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Distances to essentials

  • Airports
    • 42 km
    • Osaka International Airport (ITM) - Osaka
    • 68 km
    • Kobe Airport (UKB) - Kobe
  • Bus and rail stations
    • 1.3 km
    • Hyakumanben Bus Stop
    • 1.8 km
    • Demachiyanagi Train Station
  • Hospitals and clinics
    • 500 m
    • Japan Baptist Hospital
  • Pharmacies
    • 1.8 km
    • Tanpopo Pharmacy
  • Convenience stores
    • 700 m
    • Family Mart
  • Cash withdrawal
    • 80 m
    • ATM

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  • Cleanliness 7.8
  • Facilities 6.3
  • Location 5.6
  • Room comfort and quality 6.4
  • Service 7.0
  • Value for money 6.8
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  • Cleanliness 8.0
  • Location 8.0
  • Room comfort and quality 6.0
  • Service 6.0
  • Value for money 6.0
  • Cleanliness 7.6
  • Facilities 6.3
  • Location 5.3
  • Room comfort and quality 6.4
  • Service 7.3
  • Value for money 6.8
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  • Cleanliness 10.0
  • Facilities 6.0
  • Location 8.0
  • Service 4.0
  • Value for money 8.0
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MINSU from South Korea
Solo traveler
Dormitory – Female Only
Stayed 1 night in May 2017
Cheap. Clean. ”
If you just looking for cheap and clean room for a night it would be reasonable. The room and facilities were clean. Shampoo, cleanser, body wash all included. Some toursites were close enough to walk. A bit hard to find the location(cause the address on the website wasn't exactly the same, make sure to contact the owner to find the guesthouse) It take about 20 minutes from JR Kyoto station. (Don't worry. There are bus lines led stright to train station.) If you don't have to stay close to the train station, it could be okay.
Reviewed May 08, 2017
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Umi from Indonesia
Solo traveler
Dormitory – Female Only
Stayed 2 nights in March 2017
sad experience”
I do like Japan people, but the lady owner of this place made sad, really sad. Maybe she never spent in any hostel in the world so she didn't know about hospitality. This is my second time to Kyoto and I spent already in 4 different hostel. Other hostel would let me spent the time to wait for the night bus, still used all the facilities (shower, kitchen). But the lady owner asked me to leave the house, eventhough I asked her can I ate my orange first. No, leave now. I thought she saw me at cctv that I made a hot tea, I used the toilet, I repacked my bags, and she didn't like it. I just realized that this place has a bad reviews after I experienced about this. I started to look other reviews. Well, this makes me realize that I need to read the reviews before booking. I don't want to stay at this guesthouse anymore.
Reviewed April 01, 2017
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Siu from Hong Kong
Solo traveler
Male Dormitory
Stayed 7 nights in November 2015
I met some considerate roommates. You may not.”
Some guests just believe you created noise disturbance. They never felt they love chatting for all night long.
Never stay at a guesthouse in Kyoto before. However, this visit overlapped the peak season for the maple leaves, I could not book a hotel with a reasonable pricing. Anyway, I settled down by studying the public bus system. Outside at those sightseeing points for most of my time. Managed to travel with the " 1-day Pass " bus tickets, expenditures were under control.
Reviewed November 27, 2015
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Andang from Indonesia
Stayed 2 nights in October 2015
Stay in Japanese house”
Once we get to know the area, easy to reach
This is a Japanese house converted to an inn. Quality of stay depends on the room neighbors, bunch of teenagers next door would almost guarrantee no sleep, which was what our first night like. Second night we had a family of Sweden next door, much better. Our biggest gripe was that the hotel mentioned Hyakumanben as the closest bus stop, so we had to walk all the way to the place, about a mile away, while actually there is a bus stop just around the corner, on bus number 17 or 5 routes (could not remember the bus stop name, but hotel owner should update this info for clearly much better impression to the hotel, caused we almost gave up the walk).
Reviewed October 28, 2015
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Jun from China
Solo traveler
Dormitory – Female Only
Stayed 2 nights in August 2015
Nice staff and clean and comfortable”
Nice staff and clean and comfortable
It's great value for money. You also get to know other travelers because you live in one house. Nice staff. It's near Ginkakuji, the famous temple.
Reviewed August 11, 2015
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Sienna from United Kingdom
Solo traveler
Dormitory – Female Only
Stayed 3 nights in April 2015
Horrific Experience”
This was one of the most shocking and awful experiences of my life and I have travelled all over the world. The woman who runs this hotel is borderline abusive and suffers from control issues. What I and the other guests weren't told when we booked was that she forces people out of the house at 10am and they aren't allowed to return till 4pm (this is supposedly for cleaning). That is a quarter of the day! There are also weird set times at which you can or cannot use the kitchen and bathroom. If you don't obey her rules, or listen to her when she tells you to go to bed, she goes absolutely catatonic. The Japanese are a little too rule-obsessed but in this hostel owner, you see the points at which the culture can become pathological and fascistic. Her vengefulness at my refusing to get up (I'm on holiday!) before 10am resulted her in dumping all my luggage out on the street on the last day when I was out looking at sights. They sat there for several hours and fortunately crime is very low in Japan. It's a shame because I enjoyed my trip to the country otherwise but I would recommend you avoid this place as I and the other travellers I met there were unified in our horror. Still, it was a weirdly high-pressured bonding experience and I really love the friends (one in particular) I made through this!
Reviewed April 22, 2015
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Paul from Australia
Solo traveler
Male Dormitory
Stayed 2 nights in April 2015
Don't Stay at this Hostel!”
I will never stay here again. So far away from anything. Illequipped. And so many stupid rules that inhibit the freedom of the traveller. I was told that the door is locked at midnight, so I had to be home before then. Grrrr!
Reviewed April 08, 2015
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Dalia from Mexico
Solo traveler
Dormitory – Female Only
Stayed 1 night in August 2015
muy bonita casa”
cerca de parada del bus, Templo y el camino plateado o algo así, sencillo
muy bien, es una bonita casa, tienen dos casas y a mi me tocó la más cercana a el autobus, la otra es más tradicional pero algo lejitos de la parada. fue relajante, bueno y barato aun que no es como un hostel. no te dan panfletos y millones de recomendaciones. sólo había un baño pero estaba muy limpio, en la casa cercana a el bus se encuentra una chica que cuida y hace el aseo, ella no habla inglés ni español así que es util saber japones, es muy amable! pase un muy buen rato ahí.
Reviewed September 04, 2015
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eriko from Japan
Solo traveler
Dormitory – Female Only
Stayed 1 night in September 2016
スタッフも丁寧に説明してくださいました。 私が行った時は日本人の宿泊客ばかりだったのですが、和やかな雰囲気でリラックスして泊まることができました。京都駅からは京都バス・市バスだとかなり安く行けます。
Reviewed September 19, 2016
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Riho from Japan
Solo traveler
Dormitory – Female Only
Stayed 2 nights in October 2015
Reviewed October 16, 2015
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