One of the three inns from the Gora Hanaougi Group, the Madoka no Mori provides its guests with a traditional Japanese feel. The tatami-laden rooms and surrounding trees all add to the ambience.
All rooms have open-air baths in addition to the large communal bath and open-air bath.
The large communal bath draws water from a source different from that of the guest room baths.
There is an open-air bath surrounded by trees as well as a neyu lying bath.
The entire hotel features tatami mat floors, and a design that centers on a circular motif.
The front desk features a zelkova wood counter. Farther in is a lounge with a hearth, around which guests can enjoy sipping a cup of coffee.
Look forward to unwinding at the Kodama bar, which offers a space much like a hidden retreat. Head past the earthen door on to the spacious counter, and take your pick from the drinks available.
On site are two ganban'yoku (stone sauna) rooms with a 45-minute reservation system.
There is also an aesthetic facility, Mori, which is surrounded by a forest. There are rooms with services exclusively for couples.
All rooms non-smoking.
Depending on the type of guestroom, guests may be served meals at the room or the restaurant.
A set of Amanohada shampoo, conditioner and body soap and Sasawashi natural pig hair bristle toothbrush are provided in all rooms.
In addition to yukata, there will also be a samue (work clothing of Buddhist monks) provided. It is made with a double layer of gauze fabric, which is gentle on the skin. It absorbs perspiration well, and is comfortable to sleep in. The garment is also sold in the hotel.
Savor a monthly Kyoto-style kaiseki meal featuring dishes prepared with premium grade Hida beef, vegetables from Hakone, and fresh seafood from Odawara.
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.