On the grounds of Garden Villa Shirahama
There are "sea cottages."
plan of a house
Western-style room: 14.33 m2 (8.66 tatami mats)
Japanese-style room: 15.51 m2 (9.36 tatami mats)
Loft bed: 6.93 m2 (4.18 tatami mats)
Bathroom: 7.20 m2 (4.35 tatami mats)
Terrace: 26.25 m2 (15.85 tatami mats)
Living room: 12.54 m2 (7.57 tatami mats)
Dining room: 8.35 m2 (5.06 tatami mats)
Kitchen: 4.08 m2 (2.46 tatami mats)
- Kitchen facilities: IH stove with 2 burners, toaster oven, refrigerator (size for 2 people for general household use), microwave oven, handy vacuum cleaner
- Cooking utensils: medium size one-handed pot, kettle, frying pan, kitchen knife, cutting board, tongs, spatula, kitchen cloth
- Utensils, etc.: flatware, soy sauce dishes, cereal bowls, mugs, clear plastic cups, spoons, forks, knives (generally 10 each)
- Items that can be rented separately at the front desk: sugar, salt, pepper, oil, soy sauce, gas stove, pot, splittable chopsticks (please ask at the time of check-in)
Bath towels, face towels, yukata (Japanese bathrobe), toothbrushes (enough for each person), bath mat, hair dryer, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, lotion, milky lotion
*If you are staying for two consecutive nights, we will provide two days' worth of toiletries in your room. After that, we will change them every day if you wish.
*Cleaning during your stay is available for an additional ￥3,000.
How to use
Please check in at the front desk of Pension Garden Villa Shirahama.
One parking space is located next to the cottage, but please confirm the parking location for the second and subsequent parking spaces upon check-in.
It isin the same facility as the main building, Garden Villa Shirahama, butit is an independent facility with different services.
There is also a barbecue facility called "Izu Shirahama Barbecue Garden" on the premises, and from April to October, reservations can be made for barbecue without cooking.
World Cottages in
The history of the cottage can be traced back to medieval Europe, when barn-like buildings were built for farm workers to live in, and they flourished in England. Later, wealthy people began to build cottages as vacation homes, and in the U.S., cottages are used as weekend or summer homes, and in Japan, cottages are used as places where people can casually visit with only their luggage.
Cottages Features of
Cottages are usually single-family rental villa accommodations, but they can also be separate types, such as "sea cottages. Cottages are located in nature-rich summer resorts away from the hustle and bustle of the city, or in places where you can enjoy the great outdoors. The main feature of a cottage is that it may be fully furnished and equipped with furniture and appliances, including a kitchen, cooking utensils, and even tableware. Cottages offer a place to barbecue or enjoy the company of a large group of people.
Bungalows Difference from
We are often asked what is the difference between a cottage and a bungalow. A bungalow is a simplified version of a cottage. Cottages are equipped with all the amenities you would expect to find in a cottage, such as a bathroom and toilet, and even bedding is sometimes available for a fee.
Fun and Memories
At the "Cottage by the Sea"...