Turtle Inn Nikko

With a stay at Turtle Inn Nikko in Nikko, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Toshogu and Kanmangafuchi Abyss. This hotel is 10.8 mi (17.4 km) from Lake Chūzenji and 10.9 mi (17.5 km) from Kegon Falls.Make yourself at home in one of the 10 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. C...

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Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 10:00

With a stay at Turtle Inn Nikko in Nikko, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Toshogu and Kanmangafuchi Abyss. This hotel is 10.8 mi (17.4 km) from Lake Chūzenji and 10.9 mi (17.5 km) from Kegon Falls.Make yourself at home in one of the 10 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.At Turtle Inn Nikko, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. Continental breakfasts are available daily for a fee.Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a ...

2-16, Takumicho - Nikko, Tochigi - Japan - 321-1433

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Check-in starts at: 14:00

Check-out ends at: 10:00

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    60

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    5

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    53

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Great place stay

Reviewed 13 august, 2020

It’s a lovely place to stay, close to the river. The rooms are nice and the bath was much appreciated after a long day. Breakfast is really good with fruits, egg, and toasts. Very close to the shrines. Definitely recommended!

axelle_b_j_r

2 star hotel with many advantages and a drawback or two

Reviewed 17 november, 2019

This cosy, rustic, family type inn has a lot to offer and a couple of drawbacks: First, there are two nice, semi-private hot baths or onsen; you can just switch the sign to occupied and enjoy yourself with your spouse; Second there is a big dining area with free coffee and tea, plus microwave, hot water and in the lounge area free filtered water and a combo freezer/frig for guest's use, no charge. The room was cosy and we had a small but cute 'capsule' bathroom in our room which was spotless. It's also obviously an old building and the decor is dated but I found it added to the charm. Next the room was in a quiet neighborhood and you could hear the river which was delightful. The hosts were friendly and helpful too. Now the drawback: The kerosine heaters used in both the lounge area and our room smelled just awful. I grew up with kerosine lights as a child and so did my hubby so it's not like we don't know about them. We were able to open the windows in our room to get rid of the smell but it's November and freezing, so we just jumped under the thick quilts. My recommendation: go in the summer to enjoy all cosy place has to offer. Second drawback is that the walls are thin with little soundproofing-we could hear the conversation of the couple next door. If you are a light sleeper this might disturb you.

C F

Easy Stay

Reviewed 27 may, 2019

Turtle Inn is allows for a quiet and comfortable stay. A 10 minute walk from sites like Rinnoji, Shinkyo Bridge, and Narabijizo, among others. Staff is friendly and helpful, and payment by card is accepted. We stayed in a double room with private bathroom, it was clean and everything worked (airco, TV, etc). The Japanese hot baths are a big plus, bear in mind that one is for couples/families and one only fits one person. You will have to wait your turn if it is busy.

sometimesitravels

Directions to hotel

Reviewed 28 april, 2019

Good, quiet, and comfortable hotel - nothing to add to previous reviews. Very close to all attractions, but would be a long walk from stations. Take bus from station and get off at stop number 8 (marked on display board). Walk up street a few yards and take the left fork off the main road. Then take the next left before a hotel and walk straight downhill to the river. Follow the road (right) along the river and the hotel is on the left (brown sign). Total walk from bus stop about 400 yards.

susanhipperson

Charming stay in Nikko

Reviewed 22 july, 2018

This was a very nice place to stay in Nikko. My sister and I stayed here for one night in a private room with a bathroom and, while a little small, the room was very cute and clean. The hotel also provided yukata to wear along with toothbrushes and other small amenities which was very nice. The hotel also had Japanese style baths that you could use privately and provided free water and tea. In terms of location, it was quite convenient, being very close to the Kamangafuchi Abyss and the Tamozawa Imperial Villa. It was also only a short walk from a convenience store and a bus stop. It was, however, a little while away from the major world heritage sites, although they were easily accessible using the bus.

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