Holiday rentals in Karuizawa, Kitasaku District
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- Entire cabin
The charm of this property is that you can have a Karuizawa villa in the middle of nature all to yourself. Perfect for those who want to enjoy nature but don't want to go camping.... The living room, dining room, and kitchen are integrated and there's nothing to block the view of the forest.Stay in the house and luxuriously enjoy the charms of camping. A villa of almost the same design as this villa was newly built and opened in December 2019.Visit Villa Metsa Karuizawa on this site if the dates you want are no longer available for this villa. Newly built Finnish log house in 2015. The location is in a convenient location about 15 minutes by car from the center of Karuizawa, right next to Oiwake-shuku on National Route 18. It is a 2 room plus loft space, so 8 people can stay... In addition, there are 5 parking spaces, an indoor bath and separate toilet and washroom.There are windows on all the south faces, so you can enjoy the open feeling anyway. There is a garden of about 200 tsubos on the south side, which is mostly forest, creating a quiet environment.
- Entire guest suite
- Karuizawa, Kitasaku-gun
Discount, 2 nights- 20%OFF, 7 nights- 30%OFF, 28 nights- 50%OFF 232hotel is an exclusive one bedroom apartment. Which lets you stay like you are “living there" while you are traveling. The room features specially selected Danish vintage furnitures and lighting. Everything we use in the apartment is carefully selected for it's design, usability and we use environmentally friendly products.
- Entire home
- Naganohara, Agatsuma District
This modernist tiny house was built in 1968 and sits within the rolling forests of Kitakaruizawa’s Mount Asama. Originally conceived as the weekend hideaway of a prominent architect who used the property for contemplation. - Preserved example of midcentury Japanese modernism. - Ideal for romantic getaways, creative weekends and family excursions in nature. - Quiet forest walks. - Historic holiday home area popular with many of Japan’s great 20th century artists, writers and filmmakers.