We were given an exceptionally large room which had both a traditional ryokan/futon section and one with regular beds, which were very comfortable. I don't get dismayed, as others, by the furniture being older style. I enjoyed having comfortable seating in the room. After hiking the Nakasendo, we appreciated the comfort. Lovely view of the mountains form the bathtub !! Everything was clean and functional. Quiet. Dinner was multi-course, almost too much. Breakfast buffet was fine, but had to go looking for the omelet chef. It is located out by itself, so not within walking distance of the towns.