Ryokan Beniayu is a great choice for a stay in Nagahama. Guests indulge in spa services, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A bar/lounge and a terrace are offered, and rooms at this upscale ryokan include upscale features like private spa tubs and spring water baths.
The Sugatani hot springs is known for its unique color; normally clear and colorless, but changes to reddish brown when touches with the air. Please savor local cuisine of Omi beef and seasonal ingredients. In winter, ducks, crabs, botan shrimps, and puffer fishes are recommended. The area is famous for historical sites of the civil war period.
Our winter accommodation plan that includes a meal of Echizen crab is very popular. Meals include other delicious ingredients, such as Wakasa beef and tilefish. Spend a refined holiday surrounded by beautiful nature at this hotel on the shore of Lake Suigetsu. Guestrooms, the restaurant, lobby, and bathing area all face the lake.
Located in front of JR Nagahama Station and a minute's walk from the popular Kurokabe Square, this hotel makes a prime base for either sightseeing or business. Guests can relax and unwind in the clean guestrooms.
Nagahama Royal Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Nagahama. Guests can indulge in body scrubs, and taikaku, one of 5 restaurants, serves Japanese cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. An outdoor pool and a bar/lounge are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs and slippers.
Nestled deep within lush nature, this inn makes for the perfect getaway. With only four groups accepted per day, you can look forward to a quiet, relaxing stay. The delectable dishes are crafted using the freshest local ingredients, mostly from the nearby Lake Biwako and Mt. Shizugatake. Feel free to soak in the hot bath, or reserve a private Goemonburo (an iron or wooden bath heated directly from underneath) for yet another new, refreshing experience!
A modern villa overlooking Lake Biwa in Nagahama Contemporary chic on the shores of Lake Biwa, L Hotel du Lac is a restful retreat set in a 32-acre estate with a mountain backdrop and rolling lawns stretching down to the water s edge. Large floor-to-ceiling windows in the rooms make the most of the views, while leisurely hours are spent in the outside pool, on the tennis court or in the shochu bar. L Hotel du Lac is a Small Luxury Hotels of the World property. Near L Hotel du Lac Lake Biwa, Nagama Castle, cherry blossoms at Ho-koen Park, Kurokabe Square, galleries and glass artisan workshops, Nagahama Hachiman-gu Shrine. L Hotel du Lac is a Small Luxury Hotels of the World property.