B&B Santana

Welcome to B&B Santana in Hakuba Japan! We are a small family run Bed and breakfast located in the beautifull ski resort of HakubaGoryu, part of the Northern Alps of Japan. Stunning mountains over 3000 mtrs high with an annual snowfall of 10-14 mtrs makes it a guaranteed ski destination.We are located 300 mtrs from the gondola at HakubaGoryu/47.We have great discounts available on both ski passes and gear rental making it one of the best value for money ski destinations in the world.

Home of the 1998 Winter Olympics the town of Hakuba has an amazing amount of ski resorts nestled against the Alps over a distance of 10km. Starting from the south we come to the smaller resorts of SunAlpina Sanosaka, then on to the second largest resort of HakubaGoryu and Hakuba47 which combine on the same lift pass.Next is Happoone which hosted a number of olympic events including the downhill and the magnificent ski jump at its base. By far the biggest field in Hakuba with 32 lifts. This is followed by Iwatake,Tsugaike,Norikura and Cortina.

The green season is outdoor sports paradise with great hiking and mountain biking. I am a dedicated mountainbiker and am keen to show you around our local trails.IMG_4900IMG_0533 CA3I0641 (2) Stitch IMG_1725 IMG_1876 CA3I0006 CA3I0024

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cafe corner

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Get away from the hustle and bustle on the upstairs sofa.

Get away from the hustle and bustle on the upstairs sofa.

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Relax around the fire place at night!

Relax around the fire place at night!

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