A healing inn where guests including O-henro pilgrims from the pilgrimage of Shikoku’s 88 sacred sites can stay to soothe the weariness of their journey. Guests can also stop by for a casual visit when travelling along the demanding slope in between the two Fudasho temples Daihō-ji and Iwaya-ji.
Also, besides the lodging, the meals offered here provide another pleasure during the stay. The Healing Inn Hatchōzaka maintains its own “Hatchō Farm” for its supply of vegetables, which the inn staff cultivate themselves. The farm produces almost all of the vegetables, garnishings and preserved foods used in the inn’s meals, which are served to guests offering freshness and peace of mind.
This is an inn with qualities of simplicity and charm, where the importance of communication with each guest on an individual basis is valued. Come experience the relaxed atmosphere of this inn, where guests are given a sense of having come home.
・Usual menu: ¥600
Suzushiro udon (with kakiage tempura and grated daikon)
Kokko udon (with pheasant broth and mochi)
* Salad bar provided, and soba options available as well
・Gozen lunch set (for 4 or more guests): from ¥1,100
* Reservations required
* Reservations required outside these hours
* Lunches not served on Tuesdays
* For guests with reservations, accommodations can be made even on Tuesdays.
・Lodging fee (per guest)
■ 1 night’s stay with 2 meals (breakfasts are served in common)
・ Kumayama dinner set: ¥6,800
・Hatchōzaka dinner set: ¥8,000
■ Lodging without meal provision:¥4,200
* Additional ¥500 fee for single-guest rooms
* Additional fees around the New Year’s holiday, Golden Week and Obon holidays (Aug 13-17)
* Lodging for children: Elementary school students: ¥3,700, Young children (age 3 or older): ¥2,000
* Listed rates do not include tax. 10% consumption tax will be added.