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Reviewed 13 January 2016

Guest house is very close to the Sainn Station of Hankyu line or to the platform of Keifuku Randen tram.
We arrived late in the evening, so we didn't see any staff. All informatio regarding our stay was on the notes attached to the wall. Notes were really cute) The first note was on the enterance door and it said that our key was in a postbox. There we more notes and information when we entered. If you have paid online, you may just sleep in the guest house and leave even without saying goodbye. If you choose to pay after, you have two options. First you pay to the staff and also give them your pasport for registration and so on. Or there is a second option that was our case because we left early in the morning, you put money in kind of envelope and put it in the box on the staff table, and we didn't our pasport data.
The room we booked had a "bath", a decorative bath it turned out to be. If you want to shower a flood wii begin as water runs directly on the floor )

  • Stayed: August 2015, traveled with friends
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Thank Assa_Bnw
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Reviewed 10 September 2015 via mobile

This is a really lovely guest house, I felt at home there. The decor is very boutiquey and the shower and bathroom are really clean and modern. The bathroom is big with a mirror, hairdryer and a couple of other bits like hand cream, cotton wool, deodorant etc.

The kitchen is a nice communal area with free tea and coffee and toast and jam for breakfast. Lots of kitchen utensils which can be used aswell as microwave, toaster, fridge and freezer.

It's literally a 5 minute walk from Saiin station and easy to get to all main attractions. The area itself is nice with lots of restaurants and bars.

I would avoid the female dorm number 3 though. They've crammed in 3 beds side to side so there's literally no space between the beds which is very uncomfortable if you're in there with strangers, especially if you're in the middle bed! There's also no room to move at all of to put luggage. I don't understand why they've not put bunk beds in there like the other rooms. Also, there's only 2 plug sockets between 3 people.

Apart from that one room I have no complaints at all.

Stayed: September 2015, traveled solo
1  Thank LucyJM7
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Reviewed 12 August 2015

I arrived to this place really not knowing what to expect as there were no pictures at all in tripadvisor, happily this was a really nice place to stay. Everything was clean and pretty new. Kitchen was big and staff really charming. I recommend this place!

  • Stayed: July 2015, traveled as a couple
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Thank Alejandra S
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Reviewed 26 July 2015 via mobile

We stayed 4 nights at Guesthouse Sendo during 2015 Gion Matsuri festival in Kyoto. The staff was really nice and helpful, especially Charlotte. We slept in bunk beds in the mix-dorm that were pretty comfortable. Breakfast was included : bread and coffee offered. Location is very good in Kyoto. Highly recommended!

Stayed: July 2015, traveled as a couple
1  Thank RomD7
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Reviewed 18 December 2014

just on the right side of House of Sendo is a Fresco Supermarket along the alley way.Excellent variety of food available. Nice touch by House Of Sendo by providing bread (breakfast) and coffee/tea at the guest house. Bus takes you pretty much everywhere you need to go with a bit of walking. Tram trains at Sai is easy access to Bamboo garden and best part is the Kansai pass ( yes you can use the bus and subway) If you stay upstairs it's a little bit cram.

a little cram at times but the people you meet more than make up for it. Feels like home away from home.

  • Stayed: October 2014, traveled with family
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