“Seaside inn Kamome” with a panoramic view of Ine Bay
Originally, it was open for many years as “Kamome”. The restaurant is on the 2nd floor, and the new inn this time is on the 3rd floor.
The name comes from “Kamome”, which flies to Ine Bay like the restaurant Kamome.
Because Ine was designated as an important traditional buildings preservation district (commonly known as “Jyudenken”) in 2005 , it is possible to build a three-story building that did not exist in the early Showa period after that. There is no. Therefore, all the existing three-story buildings were built before 2005.
It’s an inn with breakfast, so it’s good to be able to eat the breakfast menu that Kamome is proud of.
This inn is a boathouse rented inn, so it’s good that you can spend time alone with your group .
|Street address||19 Hirata, Ine-cho, Yoza-gun, Kyoto Prefecture|
|Fee||15,000 yen per person (excluding tax)|
2 people or more-10,000 yen per person (excluding tax)
6,000 yen (excluding tax) from 3 years old to 6th grade elementary school students
|Meal||Breakfast included (prepared at the restaurant on the 2nd floor) |
• For dinner, located in Ine town ” soldiers four-tower ” (Thursday regular holiday), Chigyo cuisine ” Yoshimura ” (※ reservation required) ” meal processing flea treatment Nagisa ” (※ reservation required) or ” Umimiya ” (Wednesday Please use (closed).
|Number of rooms / capacity||2 rooms (1 room has 2 bedroom beds) / 6 people|
|Amenities||TV / refrigerator / dryer / bath towel / face towel / yukata / shampoo / conditioner / body soap / toothbrush set|
|Check-in / out||15:00 / ~ 10:00|
Please use all means.