Bold, modern interiors.Dining Room
Backcountry Lodge Hakuba - Super A
Hôte : Eric
Eric est l'hôte.
3 voyageurs
1 chambre
2 lits
1 salle de bain
3 voyageurs
1 chambre
2 lits
1 salle de bain
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Our Superior Rooms offer exposed wood beams and high vaulted ceilings which truly create a relaxing sense of open space. Located on the 2nd Floor, these spacious ensuite rooms enjoy plenty of natural light through big picture windows and skylights.

Le logement

Backcountry Lodge Hakuba is a true mountain retreat located at the base of the Japanese Alps. Hidden away in a forest between the Iwatake and Tsugaike ski resorts, we offer spacious, modern rooms in a beautiful natural setting from which our guests can comfortably explore all of the opportunities for outdoor adventure found in the Hakuba Valley, experience a Japanese-level of service and hospitality, and simply enjoy their holiday to the very fullest.

Accès des voyageurs

You`ll have a modern, spacious and comfortable private room with its own shower and toilet. In addition, you`ll be able to enjoy the lodge`s three common areas- the Dining Room, Fireplace Lounge and Open Lounge. These are great places to chill out, chat with friends or connect to the internet.

Échanges avec les voyageurs

My Japanese wife Fumie, our Golden Retriever Lani and myself are full-time year round residents at the lodge. We are happy to assist you in any way to help you make the most of your stay in the Hakuba Valley. In addition to pick up and drop off at Hakuba Station or Happo Bus Terminal, we provide shuttle service to any of the ski resorts or hot springs in the area. You also have the option of having a traditional Japanese, home cooked dinner here at the lodge (additional fee) or eating out at one of Hakuba`s many delicious restaurants each evening.

Produits de base

Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 15:00
Départ avant 11:00

We are not a party place. The Dining Room does serve as our in-house bar in the evenings. We serve premium Japanese and local craft beers, a variety of local and international wines, and made-to-order cocktails. However, we prefer not to deal with the drama or the messiness of excessive drinking. We ask our guests to enjoy their drinks in moderation with a balance of good conversation and good food. In general, the bar will close at 11:00 pm and we expect most of our guests to retire to their rooms by this time as well.

Quite simply, we ask you to be polite, respectful and mindful of the property and the other guests. We sincerely hope that you will arrive at the lodge as guests, stay as friends and leave as part of the Backcountry Family.

Finally, we do have an indoor dog. Backcountry Lodge Hakuba would not be a good accommodation option for someone who has an allergy, an aversion or a general dislike of dogs. Our Golden Retriever Lani is one of the most gentle and mellow dogs you will ever meet. Her name is Hawaiian for "heavenly" and quite honestly she is truly angelic. However, she loves to eat. We would prefer that you do not give her human food, even when she gives you the look. You`ll know it when you see it. We have dog treats on hand if you would like to give her something. Just ask. However, we do practice moderation in this area as well. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

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2 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Jay
avril 2017
Eric was the kindest host. Breakfast is provided (and amazing) and he drove us to and from wherever in Hakuba we wanted to go. He also provided us recommendations and cultural advice for our entire trip in Japan. I'll definitely be staying here again on my next trip to Hakuba.

Profil utilisateur de Ben
février 2016
The perfect lodge with the best hosts and incredible location in the Hakuba valley! Simply put, Back Country lodge is the best place to stay in the Hakuba valley. After flying into Narita airport, we took two trains and a bus arriving at 11pm at Happo Train station and Eric was there happily waiting for us. He offered to take us to the supermarket to pick up food, or for Fumie (his lovely wife) to prepare something for us, he was so kind and welcoming even though it was late at night. We arrived to a gorgeous welcome from Lani (their adorable lab) and Fumie. You’re greeted with a warm yet spacious entryway, where you take off your shoes and put on slippers for walking around the house, there is also a drying room for your ski gear and any wet clothes or shoes too. On the first (ground) floor you can find the dining room (which has a table full of snacks, tea/coffee/hot chocolate and all the information you could need on the local resorts and things you can do in the Hakuba valley. The whole of the first floor is open plan and you can find a lovely chill out area with a roaring fire and comfortable sofas. Our bedroom was on the second floor (209) and it was exactly as the pictures and description said it was. A huge bed (must have been kind sized!), TV, air conditioning, sofa and coffee table, chest of drawers. Everything that you could think of was provided- from shampoo and conditioner, to spare toothbrushes, handcream, hairdryer etc. The room was a perfect size for our many bags of ski gear and the room was quiet. The shower is divine- at first I was a little apprehensive because the temperature was controlled by the sink taps, but boy I shouldn’t have been- powerful and as hot/cold as you like, I could spend hours in the shower! Breakfast is amazing- you’ll look forward to it every day. Not only is there plenty of coffee/tea/hot chocolate/orange and water, there is also cereal, waffles, doughnuts and then every day a different hot breakfast- Fumie is an outstanding cook and really knows her flavours and seasonings! I would highly advise you to have dinner in for a couple of nights too, we were treated with so many Japanese dishes for such reasonable prices. Eric and Fumie are more than fair with the pricing of the all alcoholic drinks and meals, and they are easily much cheaper than any of the restaurants and bars we went to. Getting around is simple, Eric is a fountain of knowledge and spent hours each day driving us to his recommendation for a ski resort, to Spicey the ski rental shop, the supermarket, the onsen, the pharmacy. We cannot thank him enough for his sound advice, upbeat attitude and for providing so much good advice on the area! We spent 11 days at the Backcountry lodge and every day was brilliant!

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Hakuba, JaponMembre depuis octobre 2011
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So Cal-born (LA), Big Sky-raised (MT), Desert-educated (AZ) and Aloha-influenced (HI) American living in a small village at the base of the Japanese Alps. Owner and Head Sherpa for Backcountry Lodge Hakuba. Enjoy travel, adventure and a nice, cold beer.
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