"Truly fantastic service."
April 11, 2016
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||7.8|
|Distance to city center||6km|
|Nearest airport||Osaka International Airport (ITM)|
|Distance to airport||39.3 km|
"The food was delicious and all the staff were so helpful and spoke good English."
April 11, 2016
"We stayed in the duplex annex with a private tub overlooking the beautiful courtyard."
April 11, 2016
"The facilities were clean and such a beautiful environment i..."
April 11, 2016
Boasting a beautiful garden that changes its colour with the season, various artworks on site, Japanese-style guest rooms, a large public bath and free WiFi access, Ryokan Nenrinbo is nestled in the peaceful Kyoto mountains. Japanese breakfast and dinner featuring seasonal dishes are served in the dining room upon advance reservation.
Ryokan Nenrinbo is a 10-minute drive from Kinkaku-ji Temple with the golden pavilion. Koetsu-ji Temple, Genkoan Temple and Josho-ji Temple are within walking distance. JR Kyoto Station is a 30-minute drive away, while Kita-Oji Bus Terminal is a 20-minute bus ride from the property. Free shuttles are offered to Kita-Oji Subway Station and to Kinkaku-ji Temple. Shuttles are offered at 09:00 and 10:00. Kita Ward is a great choice for travelers interested in temples, scenery and culture.
"Thank you for all staffs of Nenrinbo Ryokan."
December 20, 2018
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
Lush, gorgeous, perfect location near several temples and shrines. Easy to get to yet still quite isolated. Friendly staff and keiseki breakfast very good. Highly recommended
Nice pleasant stay”
I enjoyed my stay here, overall was very good & pleasant. Lovely full bloom sakura tree from my window with mountain background. Service was good, food really nice, everything was provided well inside your room. Slight cons : - Too bad cannot walk in the garden, was under renovation - The door to public bath ladies doesn’t have a special/more secure access - I was about to take off my yukata when a 8-9 year old Boy entered! 😱 to pass towels to her mom. (I wish the parents have better brain - the mom could come out & collect rather letting that boy enter with possibilities seeing women naked’s bodies that could affect/arouse his mind and make us uncomfortable too! - it’s Women Only space) Suggestion for the staff : to inform about the tax during check in - luckily I read about it, if not it could be a ‘surprise’ to have an additional bill during check out :)
Helpful staff and wonderful experience”
Pros - the staff (especially Takahashi) were very helpful, the room was exactly what we wanted to experience in a Ryokan and the traditional Japanese breakfast was a treat. Lovely onsen! Takahashi went out of his way to listen to what we wanted to see in our short visit, put a plan together and print out all the trains and directions etc. He also arranged a wonderful restaurant for us! We were well looked after there!
Best of the best ryokan. It was great.”
We stayed one night at 12/16-17. It was great and the first experience to me in ryokan. Staffs were very kind, and room conditions were very nice. They provide free shuttle bus for guests. Thank you for all staffs of Nenrinbo Ryokan.
Truly lovely experience ”
We stayed for two nights and checked in around 2:30 am. One of the staff Nagasawa upon hearing that my boyfriend was hungry offered to drive us to 7-11 but we didn't want to impose so late at night. He brought his own snacks and bag of potato chips for us to stave off our hunger. Truly fantastic service. I wish I could have stayed longer! The facilities were clean and such a beautiful environment in the mountains with cherry blossoms in our view. The food was delicious and all the staff were so helpful and spoke good English. We stayed in the duplex annex with a private tub overlooking the beautiful courtyard. So relaxing! A wonderful couples retreat!
Poor value, tired hotel, not really a ryokan”
Tired old building, not traditional Japanese style.
Nice ryokan with kaiseki and hot bath”
Excellent first experience of a ryokan ”
Overall, a great stay. We hadn't stayed in a ryokan before and I have to confess, didn't really know what expect. Nenrinbo really surpassed these expectations with the staff's attention detail from the initial welcome. The meals we're excellent really excellent both the kaiseki on the first night and the shabu shabu on the second night were great. It takes a little more effort to get out to the hotel, but it's worth it once you're there are it's easy to forget that you're in a city with the must mountain views. The onsen is always the best way to end a weary day of sightseeing and we did so every day!
Good Ryokan off the beaten path”
Very nice stay, competent and English speaking staff, outstanding Japanese breakfast. Only inconvenient which comes with the desire to be quiet and away from the center: availability of close by restaurant, the hotel staff found one which required taxi (2000 JPY round trip). Also being far means no fast access to places for visiting. But that was our choice to be quiet and away, so it cannot be blamed on the hotel of course. If you want a high end Ryokan and can afford the extra travel, it is a very good choice
Excellent，fresh & spacous hotel”
Although the location is rather far from the main city，the environment is very very good. You must definated enjoy the green and fresh nature. We were astonished by the spacous Japanses style bed room. Moreove， the staffs were very professional and full of hospitality. They wellcomed us and helped us to carry our luggage. For the breakfast，it's extremly tasty and a lot. We enjoyed the snowing view while we were having it. Highly recomended to all of you.
Great location, but over prices for peak season”
Nenrinbo is not the top tier ryokan in Kyoto, but reasonable place for having an experience of essential Japanese style accomodation.
Great condition (new) ”
The hotel is pretty new and the room was in excellent condition and clean. They were very nice and sent us a free fruit tray as we were celebrating a birthday during our stay. The hotel has its own car park right outside which was nice (and free). The only regrets were that the medium baths and garden were closed for maintenance and the outdoor swimming pool also was closed until the next morning until our check out time so we missed out on these facilities.
Nice japanese style ryokan but expensive one”
It is a nice hotel in very good quite place in Kyoto not far from temples. Employees are helpful but a lot of them don't speak English at all and they are strange at some points. For example the hotel has garden for guests but they ask not to be there more than 5 minutes because other guests may want to seat on their balconies. And check-out is a bit early - at 10 AM, I asked to stay one - two hours more - but they rejected... The price is very expensive for such kind of hotel I think.
Attention, très mal situé et trop cher”
Je n'ai pas été très contente car l'hotel nous a chargé le double pour les enfants, sans en avertir à la réservation ( faute d'Agora visiblement) Ensuite l'hôtel est très mal placé car très loin, du coup cela engendre des frais et du temps en plus en transport.
外国人の彼女が京都に行きたいと言い、宿泊はどんな場所がいい？と聞くと「日本らしいところ」と言われ調べてみたところこちらになりました。宿泊日の日中は金閣寺にいたのでそこから近いことも良かったですが、かなり山の方の旅館でしたので驚きました。 宿泊についてですが非常に素敵な時間を過ごせました。部屋、食事、全てにおいて「日本らしさ」 を伝えることができたと思います。特に部屋での食事は印象に強く残るものでした。私自身も京都に来る機会はあまりありませんが、この旅館に宿泊したことにより日本の良さを改めて感じられました。本当にありがとうございました。
ロケーションも良く、周りも静かで良かったですが・・・ しかし、 ※部屋は新しいにも関わらず、修学旅行生の汚れですとのことで畳が汚かった！ ※新館ガーデンビューで予約にも関わらず、全然見えない部屋！ ※食事がこの金額ではかなり低レベルだった！ でした。 残念でなりません。 良い点は、スタッフは非常に親切でした。コンビニや薬局など近くにないので、言えばスタッフ空きがあれば、無料送迎してくださいました。
เนื่องจากลูกชายอายุ8ขวบ มีไข้สูงประมาณ3ทุ่ม ผจก.โรงแรมที่นี่ ขับรถไปส่งที่รพ.พร้อมแปลภาษากับหมอญี่ปุ่นที่ไม่พูดภาษาอังกฤษ กว่าจะเสร็จเกือบเที่ยงคืน ไม่เก็บค่ารถ และค่าบริการอื่นๆเพิ่มเติมเลย ขอบอกว่าบริการด้วยใจจริงๆ ขอบคุณมากที่ดูแลครอบครัวอย่างดี จบทริปยังมีรถส่งที่วัดkinkaku-ji ด้วย