Kashi Lodge is a pair of 4-bedroom townhouses located in Middle Hirafu Village. Each house is split over three levels and will accommodate up to 9 guests, making them an ideal property for larger families or groups.
They feature spacious open-plan living areas that have comfortable modern furnishings with the central feature being a large gas fireplace – just the spot to get cosy on the chilly Niseko Winter nights, maybe with a cheeky wine or two! The living area also has a large LCD TV and DVD player as well as a stereo system. The TV is connected to satellite so you have access to English-language channels such as movies, news and documentaries. Wireless high-speed internet is available throughout the houses, ensuring you stay connected with the outside world.
The houses each have a kitchen that is fully kitted out with modern Western appliances, including dishwasher, microwave and coffee machine, making it perfect for those who prefer not to eat out every night. There are also full laundry facilities in each house and a ski drying and storage room.
Kashi Lodge Accommodation
Kashi Lodge 1 & 2 each have four bedrooms which will comfortably sleep up to eight guests, with additional bedding available for a ninth. There is one bedroom on the first floor, with the remaining three rooms on the top level.
The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom and there is a second bathroom shared between the other two rooms. There’s also a third bathroom on the lower floor for the fourth bedroom. There is an additional guest toilet on the middle level.
Kashi Lodge Location
Kashi Lodge 1 & 2 are ideally located in Middle Hirafu Village in a quiet street. It’ll take you about five-10 minutes to walk to the Ace Family Pair chairlift, but there’s a shuttle stop in the adjacent street, just a couple of minutes away. The shuttle is also ideal if you want to head to the Centre Four Chair or the Gondola.
The next street over from where the houses are located is the vibrant Momiji-Zaka street, home to some of the best restaurants in Hirafu. There are stacks more restaurants in the upper village and that’s only a short walk away, giving you plenty of options for somewhere to eat. The Seicomart convenience store is just up the top of the hill so if you need to stock up on groceries, or just want a quick bite on the run, you don’t have to go far.