Jindabyne Lodge Niseko is a large and cheerful chalet that typifies the multicultural personality of Niseko – the perfect amalgam of Western comfort and Japanese charm. Set in a sleepy little corner of the Hirafu Village area, this chalet will create many memories inside and out.
Jindabyne Lodge takes its name from the town that is the gateway to the ski fields of Australia’s Alpine region – and of course you may have heard Niseko is a favourite destination with Australian skiers. But apart from its name, there is little to remind Aussies of their home country.
It was built by its original Japanese owners in a traditional Canadian log cabin style but combines many local features such as a Japanese-style lounge area, paper sliding doors and traditional artwork. Guests can sleep in cosy futon beds on traditional tatami (straw mat) floors in one of the bedrooms. In the Japanese lounge area guests can enjoy cable TV or log onto the internet sitting on zabuton floor cushions.
Jindabyne Lodge Accommodation
Jindabyne Lodge has 6 bedrooms – one double, four twins, and a traditional Japanese tatami room with futon bedding. It offers accommodation for up to 12 guests.
There is one shared bathroom with deep Japanese-style bath (one of life’s absolute luxuries especially for an apres-ski thaw) plus one shower/toilet upstairs and one guest toilet downstairs. The laundry facilities include two washers and dryers.
The kitchen has been fully refurbished to a modern standard, and comes with oven, microwave, toaster, kettle, and rice cooker. The dining area with lofted ceiling and large table is ideal for family or group meals.
Set on the snowy outskirts of the main village, enjoys a beautiful ski-holiday setting surrounded by a snowy, treed outlook amid other chalets.
Jindabyne Lodge Location
Jindabyne Lodge is located in Izumikyo 1, a small sub-village of Hirafu, in a sea of snowy tranquillity.
The lifts are a bit of a walk – probably 15 to 20 minutes. But the free shuttle bus stops very close by which can take you to any lift in Hirafu, and if you want to hire a car, there are two parking spaces available.
While Jindabyne Lodge in a quiet location there are several restaurants and bars in walking distance, and the Lawson convenience store is five to 10-minutes away. The shuttle bus also makes Hirafu’s wealth of excellent restaurants and bars easily accesible.
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- Extra bedding (where permitted) ¥3,000 per bed per night for duration of stay
- Cots available on request (extra charges apply, subject to availability)
- All booking requests are subject to property management approval
- Minimum stay: Low Season: 3 nights, High Season: 5 nights
- Our rates include Government tax and services
- Rates are quoted in JPY Japanese Yen including government tax
- We offer the best rates online and offer a price guarantee to prove it!
- A deposit of 50% of the total amount must be paid at the time of booking
- Final payment is required 60 days prior to arrival
- Check-in time: 3pm – check-out time: 10am
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