Meteor Log House is a Canadian style log cabin with a total of seven deluxe rooms. The house has a total capacity of 22, and can be booked out by an entire group.
The lodge is located in the Japanese village of Hakuba. The village is surrounded by mountains that offer great winter sports, and Hakuba is often used as a base by skiers hoping to grab a slice of the action. The area is also well suited to hiking and other outdoor activities in summer, along with hot springs and cultural tourism.
Meteor Log House has all the amenities you'd expect from a self contained cabin, including a shared kitchen with modern appliances, and a lounge area with couches and a large flat screen TV. For large groups, it's possible to hire the entire lodge.
The log house has a free shuttle bus to take guests to nearby ski areas including Hakuba Goryu, Hakuba 47, Hakuba Happo One and Hakuba Iwatake. They also have a free pick up and drop off from the train station and bus stop in Hakuba village. Overall, it's an ideal choice for large skiing groups with a need for plenty of space.
Meteor Log Hotel is a great option for deal for groups of friends and families who don't want to be cramped into hotel rooms. Along with being able to accommodate 22 guests, the lodge also includes a communal kitchen equipped with a fridge and freezer, oven and stoves, microwave oven, dish washer and all other facilities and utensils usually found in your own kitchen. This means that those staying in the log hotel will be able to cater for themselves. This is a great option for those staying for longer durations and the family groups who prefer to prepare their own meals.
A full list of features includes:
・Private bath and private toilet
・Air Conditioning in Room
・Free tea and coffee maker
・Soap & shampoo and tootｈbrush
・Towel & bath towel
Check in time after 3 pm.
Check out time before 10 am.
Surf & Other Activities
Meteor Log House is located in Hakuba, a village in the heart of one of Japan's most prolific skiing regions. There are numerous ski areas outside town, including one that hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics. There's plenty of mountain to keep even the most avid winter sportsperson occupied for months. The area is also famous for its fantastic powder snow.
Off the slopes, Hakuba also has a range of other activities to offer the visitor. The region has a range of cultural sites, including Shinto shrines, sake distilleries and hot springs. In summer, those ski slopes become some of Japan's best hiking trails, and the region also has some good canoeing.