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Campton 4 Gosho-Minami-Ebisu

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490-2 Hoteiya-cho Nijyoagaru Fuya-cho-dori Nakagyo-ku Kyoto

Nearest station

9minutes walk from “Kyoto Shiyakusho-mae” station of Kyoto City Subway (700m)
11minutes walk from “Marutamachi” station of Kyoto City Subway (850m)

Information of CAMPTON 4 Gosho-Minami-Ebisu

490-2 Hoteiya-cho Nijyoagaru Fuya-cho-dori Nakagyo-ku Kyoto
Number of rooms
2 Bed/1.5Bath
1 double size bed in main bedroom
3 futons in sub bedroom
Occupancy based pricing, please check it at your reservation
Maximum Occupancy
5 persons
Size of Townhouse
Shampoo, conditioner, body wash gel, bath towel, face towel, tooth brash, pajama, hair dryer, slipper, safety deposit box, washing machine, fridge, Nespresso, kettle, tea cup, plate,Chopsticks, fork, spoon, bottle opener, wine opener, etc.
License number of Inns and Hotels Act
#1877 Kyoto March 16th, 2017

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Living and Dining

Floor heating has been installed in the living room and Dining room, you do not need to worry about the common “cold” in the townhouse.


In Campton4, there are 1 bedroom with double sized bed and 1 Japanese tatami bedroom with triple futons.

Bed linens

Bed linens are supplied from “FIBER ART STUDIO”. It will promise you a comfortable sleep.


Pajamas are also supplied from “FIBER ART STUDIO”.


Towels are supplied from “IKEUCHI ORGANIC”, made in Imabari inEhime prefecture where is famous for towel manufacturing city in Japan and made by ORGANIC material. Bath towels are quite large and hand towels are useful in size.


Enjoy your bath time while watching the courtyard garden. Bathtub is made by Japanese Umbrella Pine. Pail and bath chair are made by Japanese Umbrella Pine as well.


We prepare for Skin and Hair care from “Kyoto chidoriya ”, which are provided in exclusive accommodation in Kyoto. They are utilized Organic material and gentle on your skin.


Convenient Kitchenette with Fridge, Micro wave and Espresso machine for guest. There are also wine glasses and Tea cups.


Noren, a curtain in entrance, which is written by calligrapher Ms. Hina Takagi.