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Vacation rentals in Kamakura

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Home in Kamakura
Entire house Can accommodate up to 4 people 5 minutes walk to Enoshima station 380 meters to the sea There is a supermarket nearby
You can spend a relaxing time in a two-story house.How about traveling with family and friends, teleworking near the sea? 380m from the sea, supermarket is nearby and can be cooked with☆ kitchen tools ★Long-term discounts (weekly/monthly) in progress [Important Notes] ① The neighborhood is a residence.Please be careful about loud noise after 20:00. ② Unfortunately, we do not have parking at the facility.Please do not park in the monthly parking lot next to the facility.I'm more worried about the neighborhood.If you park your car, a fine of 10,000 yen will be collected.Please note. There are several coin parking lots within a 5 min walk.Please take advantage of it.If you want to drop off your luggage, please park temporarily in the direction of the road. ■Access 5-minute walk from Enoshima Electric Railway 5-minute walk from Enoshima, Shonan Monorail Odaky Enoshima Line "Katase Enoshima" 13 minutes on foot ■Amenities Rinse in shampoo/Body soap/Bath towel/Hand towel/Hair brush/Hair rubber/Toothbrush/Laundry detergent
$84 per night
Hut in 鎌倉
Kamakura 1 private house with private garden Near the sea (pets allowed) stay&relaxation With relaxation salon
It is popular with families with small children and those who want to travel with pets. It is an entire building, so you can stay with peace of mind. 25 minutes on foot from Kamakura Station, In front of the bus stop 5 minutes by bus from Kamakura Station. 1 minute walk to Zaimokuza Beach. It is a house that has been renovated from an old house. There is also a kitchen and a garden, and you can enjoy dishes and BBQs. There is a hot shower outdoors, and you can come back from the sea with a swimsuit. "stay&salon" Thermal Therapy Relaxation Salon Enjoy the ultimate relaxation and sleep! [Reservation required] Please search for "aburaya salon" on HP
$151 per night
Condo in Kamakura-shi
VK301 Kamakura Ocean View Feat. in a PV/Unmanned
Welcome to Villa Kamakura, a serene retreat in historic Kamakura, Japan. Just seconds from the sea, this tranquil haven blends traditional and modern Japanese aesthetics. Explore charming cafes, restaurants, and famous sites like Hase-dera Temple within walking distance. Villa Kamakura offers a timeless escape where tranquility and elegance converge. Let us make your stay unforgettable in Japan's ancient capital.
$178 per night

Stay near Kamakura's top sights

Kotoku-in62 locals recommend
Hasedera40 locals recommend
Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine62 locals recommend
Hokokuji24 locals recommend
Komachi Street19 locals recommend
Kamakura Station70 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Kamakura

Home in 鎌倉市
Kamakura, Koshigoe, Fully equipped, floor heating, clean room.An optimal place even for sightseeing and long-term stay in Enoshima.Free parking available
$85 per night
Guesthouse in Kamakura-shi
Ata Hotel INAMURA, a resort on a mountain with views of the sea, Enoshima, and Mt.
$222 per night
Home in Kamakura
Roof terrace Japanese-style inn with a view of Kamakura/(Haseichibankan A)
$114 per night
Apartment in Fujisawa
For sightseeing In and around Enoshima & Kamakura
$100 per night
Home in Zushi-shi
Grandma's House in Zushi/Kamakura with free parking
$68 per night
Home in Kamakura-shi
Enoshima Seaside House, 3BR, Free Wi-Fi & Parking
$163 per night
Home in Fujisawa
Kugenuma Tiny House
$68 per night
Apartment in Hodogaya-ku,Yokohama-shi
One room new apartment in YOKOHAMA near KAMAKURA
$34 per night
Home in Chigasaki-shi
Traditional Family Beach Villa for a Long Stay
$226 per night
Home in Fujisawa-shi
Ready to refresh★ Honmachi Homes ★ 意外と便利なんです藤沢本町。
$53 per night
Home in 鎌倉市腰越
I rent a house for rent, so I'm safe and secure! The view from the rooftop!Kamakura Slow Life!!!
$162 per night
Villa in Kamakura
「THE FLOW KAMAKURA」KIRA Suite 都心から一番近いリゾートハウス 
$257 per night

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is the weather in Kamakura?

    Kamakura experiences a mild climate year-round. Summers (June to August) can be hot and humid with temperatures ranging from 75°F to 85°F (24°C to 29°C). Winters (December to February) are cooler with temperatures between 40°F and 50°F (5°C to 10°C). Don't forget to pack a rain jacket as rain showers can occur throughout the year.

  • What are some of the best things to do in Kamakura?

    Popular activities in Kamakura include visiting the iconic Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine, exploring the bamboo grove at Hokokuji Temple, and hiking on the city's various trails. Taking a stroll along Komachi Street, known for its numerous shops and eateries, is also a popular pastime.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Kamakura?

    Spring, from March to May, is the most popular time to visit Kamakura. During this period, you can explore Kamakura Matsuri, a week-long event showcasing various traditional Japanese performances, and the iconic cherry blossoms in full bloom. Many visitors also choose to visit in the autumn to enjoy the vibrant fall foliage.

  • What are the best places to stay in Kamakura?

    Yuigahama area, with its proximity to the beach and numerous restaurants, is often recommended for accommodation. Kita-Kamakura area, near the famous Zen temples, provides a serene atmosphere, while the Kamakura Station area offers convenient access to local attractions, shopping, and dining.

  • What are the best places to visit in Kamakura?

    Kamakura has a range of historical and natural attractions. The Great Buddha of Kamakura, a colossal bronze statue of Amida Buddha, and Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine, Kamakura's most important Shinto shrine, are two key landmarks. For nature lovers, the bamboo garden of Hokokuji Temple and the scenic hiking trails of Kamakura's Seven Entrances can also be explored.

  • What are some hiking trails in Kamakura?

    Kamakura is home to several picturesque hiking trails. The Tenen Hiking Trail winds through the hills between Kencho-ji Temple and Zuisen-ji Temple, offering views of the city and Sagami Bay. Daibutsu Hiking Course, leading from the Great Buddha to Kita-Kamakura, is another popular choice for nature enthusiasts.

  • What are some family activities to do in Kamakura?

    Families visiting Kamakura can explore the Kamakura Museum of Literature and its beautiful gardens, take a leisurely walk along Yuigahama Beach, or visit the seafront Kamakura Aquarium. A fun-filled day at Enoshima Island, with its sea candle lighthouse and Enoshima Aquarium, is also a frequently suggested activity.

  • What are some of the best day trip ideas in Kamakura?

    Day trips from Kamakura often include Yokohama, known for its stunning waterfront, Minato Mirai 21 district, and Chinatown. Enoshima Island, with its botanical garden, caves, and panoramic sea views, is another popular destination. Hakone, famous for its hot springs and views of Mount Fuji, is also a suggested day trip.

  • Are there family-friendly vacation rentals in Kamakura?

    Kamakura has more than 100 family-friendly stays. Amenities on the property may include high chairs, travel cribs, or strollers.

  • Do hotel rentals in Kamakura have wifi?

    Absolutely! We offer over 20 hotel rentals with wifi in Kamakura. Enjoy a tailored experience with all the comforts you desire.

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