We stayed with our son and his Japanese wife for a weekend. We were told we would have a cottage, but cabin would be a better translation. It was adequate, but quite basic, with en suite bathrooms, a fridge, a kettle and a sink and very little communal space. The weather was good so we were able to carry our chairs outside and sit there. There is a small useful shop with limited supplies. Breakfast is self service and we had to wait 30 minutes for a table, in spite of there being two dining rooms - it was peak season.
Other than that, service was good and helpful. We played the 9 hole golf course (not cheap, but golf is not in Japan).More
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