From centuries-old traditional Ryokans to modern hotels with Western-style rooms, to renovated townhouses, Gujo offers a variety of accommodations to suit your tastes and budget.
The Oak Gujo
This unique stay accommodates a group of up to six people in minimalist luxury with western-style beds, a cozy living area, kitchenette, and an elegant, oversized bath. It’s a perfect place for a family or group of friends to come home to after a day of sightseeing.
Art Hotel Kinori
This machiya townhouse, lovingly renovated by the owner – a woman architect – accommodates groups of up to six people in 3 elegant Japanese-style rooms, with a living area, modern kitchen, and dining space. It also houses a public art space and shop selling local crafts.
This small, traditional inn has been operated by the same family for over a century. The original building has been recently renovated, so you can experience authentic Edo-period charm together with modern comfort. Try the optional Japanese-style breakfast, unchanged for generations.
This traditional inn is located alongside the Yoshida River. It offers Japanese-style accommodations and traditional multi-course meals, with rooms that look out onto the river.
Sekisuien is a recently renovated hotel located on a hillside below Hachiman Castle. It features comfortable Western-style rooms and excellent Japanese kaiseki cuisine. While immersed in nature, it is also well within walking distance of town.