2 guests From the moment you step into the Hydrangea Room you will enjoy the warmth of natural wood finishes in this spacious vaulted ceiling suite. As with all of… Read More »
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Located in the breathtaking Lake Toya Global Geopark region, just 25 minutes from Rusutsu Ski Resort, Lakehouse At Toyako is one of the most exclusive lakeside retreats in Hokkaido. This estate is enhanced with upscale comfort, natural décor reflecting the lakeside environment, 7 acres of stunning lawns, gardens, aspen groves and private garden entrances to the lake. The property offers everything from grandiose rooms, bath and powder room ensuites, large walk-in wardrobes to private bunk rooms. Each room is designed with magnificent views overlooking the Lakehouse gardens and Lake Toya. Lakehouse offers the perfect environment to relax with family and guests after enjoying fabulous winter activities such as downhill and cross-country skiing, hiking as well as summer boating and water sports. Enjoy the ultimate in comfort in the Great Room with large sofa seating and fireside enjoyment. Special features include: art gallery spaces, piano, games room with pool table, bar refrigerators in most rooms.
Featuring a fully equipped kitchen including double sinks, double dishwashers and double ovens/range with open-plan living and dining plus adjustable glass room dividers, this property can accommodate up to 20: 6 guests in three king size bed ensuite rooms, two twin bed ensuite rooms, one king size bed non-ensuite room plus two deluxe bunk rooms perfect for up to 8 children or adults.
“The property offers everything from grandiose rooms, bath and powder room ensuites, large walk-in wardrobes to private bunk rooms. Each room is designed with magnificent views overlooking the Lakehouse gardens and Lake Toya.”