Dormitory log house in calm and beautiful landscape. Almost no shopping facilities nearby. We recommend our room to those people who enjoy inconvenience, want to relax in natural surroundings, get close to animals.
Dormitory log house inside a horse ranch.
There are 2 rooms for 8 guests with 4 bunk beds, One room is for female and the other is mixed dormitory(for all gender) .There is also a private room up to 3 people in this log house.
This listing is for one bed because of Airbnb system, we have 16 listings in total. When this listing is full, please use other listings.
There is a private house up to 4 guests next to this log house. You can book the house on other listing page.
Our house is located inside a horse ranch or we call it the museum of horsemanship "Paard Musée".
Farm Daily Life - Experiencing Farm Work: 6,480JPY/2 and a half hours
Hands-on Horse Interaction:2,160JPY / 30min
Horse Riding in Natural Surroundings: 10,260JPY /2.5 hours
*For more information, please refer to "Paard Musée" HP
Accès des voyageurs
Lounge, dining, bath room and toilets are shared with all guests and kitchen is not for guests.
We sincerely recommend our guests to take a walk around our beautiful ranch and farm areas.
The nearest convenience store and restaurant is located at Onuma-Koen(大沼公園) train station. It takes 10 minutes by car from our ranch. We suggest that our guests with no car may reserve dinner and breakfast( at least 3 days in advance) or bring along with food or meals before arrival.You can not cooking because this room has no kitchen for guests.
Dining, Bath and toilets are shared with all guests.
To go to the room on the second floor it is necessary to climb the 13 steps.
We have only one bath room, we recommend our guest with car to use public hot-spirngs (Onsen) in the surrounding area. There are some Onsen 5 minutes - 20 minutes by car.
Paard Musée is a "Musée" that made a pioneering life-style of the 21st century possible.
Our Musée started with three principle concepts, namely "life in the woods", "life in the farm", and "life in the Ranch".
The native Dosanko horses (Paard) of Hokkaido bring these three concepts together creating a town of the future as well as a home with landscape of the good old days that everyone longs for.
We look forward to seeing you here in Hokkaido and wish you will enjoy your stay and outdoor activities at our Musée.