- Guest Villa on the Beach
Guest Villa on the Beach
A new-style stay in Sado at a villa on the seashore
The sea breeze gently caresses your skin and leaves you peaceful at Sawata beach, where Guest Villa On the Beach is located. On the first floor is a French and Italian restaurant "Seisuke next door", where chefs cook Sado-grown ingredients with culinary magic. On the second floor lies a common space equipped with a lounge and a dining room with a kitchen. There is also a multi-purpose room available for loan, suitable for yoga lessons, etc. On the Beach will give you a unique stay in Sado, which is a calming and refreshing retreat to heal your mind and body. The bedding produced by "Minka (a retail of home accessories and bedding based in Niigata)" guarantees deep sleep.
Facility Basic Information
- 207-76 Kawaharada Suwamachi, Sado, Niigata 952-1315
- Payment Methods
- Cards accepted VISA, MASTER, Diners Club, AMEX, JCB Datcha coin (local currency)
- Assistance in Foreign Languages
- Available Free Wi-Fi internet access
- General Accessibility
- Not Available
- Satellite TV
- Not Available
- Transport Access
- Ryotsu Port Approx 30 minutes by car
- Nearest bus stop
- Sawata BS (Bus Station) （Honsen [Main Line], Minamisen [South Line], Kuninaka Line, Kanamarusen Line, Nanaura Kaigansen Line, Akadomarisen Line, Kaifu Line, Ogi Line, Iwakubi Line） Approx. 3 minutes on foot from bus stop
- Price per night （Tax included）
Just bed package only: from 4,000JPY
- Number of rooms
Western-style room with bed：5
- Business Period
- Open all year
- Facilities and Service
Restaurant, multi-purpose room, kitchen, projector, washing machine, etc.
- En-suite bathroom
- Not Available
Guest room：Bath towel, Face towel
Shower room：Shampoo, Hair conditioner, Body soap
Available Upon Request：Toothbrush, Soap bar, Hairdryer, Robe
- Transfer Service
Sawata Beach is just a 2-minute walk from the Kawaharada's Shopping Street. Nestled in Mano Bay, the beach is shallow and the waters are calm. It is conveniently located in the central area of Sado with an easy access to other parts in Sado, and attracts many beachgoers during the high season. There is a range of restaurants and accommodation within walking distance, so this area can be a perfect base for sightseeing in Sado. There is a free campsite, Kubota Campround, in an adjoining pine grove.
Ryokan (Japanese-style Inn)
A ryokan in the Sawada area that has been in business for about 100 years. It is close to Sawada Beach, which can be seen from the rooms, and can be reached in swimsuits. Currently, the ryokan is open only for overnight stays with no meals. For this reason, the inn has stopped serving home-cooked meals and introduces guests to nearby restaurants such as kappo restaurants that use local ingredients in abundance. Another attraction is the beautiful sunset.
Established after renovating a 70-year old Japanese-style inn, Hostel Perch is a guest house with a café and a bar. Hostel Perch aims to connect people and offer a pleasant time. It strives to be a space of comfort for men and women of all ages to gather, regardless of where they are from.
Ryokan (Japanese-style Inn)
The East Building, designed by Hiroshi Naito, one of Japan's leading architects, stands in perfect harmony with the nature of Sado. Similar in its creation by a prominent architect in Japan, Koh Kitayama, the South Building has a modern design, with the building enveloped in glass. This renowned hotel, with two very different atmospheres, is also known for its excellent dining, which utilizes fresh Sado ingredients in deluxe Japanese and French cuisines. The superb location, facing a quiet shoal beach, is breathtaking.
Stores where you can eat and drink nearby
Restaurant Italian Cuisine French Cuisine
SEISUKE Next Door
SEISUKE Next Door is the sister restaurant of the hidden-gem "Restaurant Seisuke" in Ryotsu. Chef Ozaki produces true excellence whilst keeping a loving eye on Sado. He has set his new stage on the seashore. He now runs the restaurant located within a complex facility standing on Sawata Bathing Beach. Ozaki offers French and Italian cuisine by cooking the delicious blessings from the sea and the mountains of Sado with culinary magic at reasonable prices only available in Sado. Linger over a brilliant breakfast served with special bread and coffee whilst enjoying the sea view. SEISUKE Next Door also provides its own, creative menu items prepared with distinctive ingredients only available in Sado, such as natural wines, cocktails made from wild fruit, Sado-grown chemical- and pesticide-free vegetables, fresh seafood (including oysters and fish caught in the surrounding sea), Sado Beef, and so on.
Tea House/Coffee Shop Steak and Burger steak Italian Cuisine Japanese-style Curry with Rice Light meal Sweets
The cafe attracts regular customers who seek a place to relax during lunchtime and teatime. The ample selection of food menu including spaghetti, Japanese curry, noodles, set meals, sandwiches, desserts, etc and drinks have established its great reputation. A sizzling home-made burger steak served on an iron plate is especially recommended. Home-grown rice is also popular for its delicious flavour.
Located by the sea, Akachochin serves ramen noodles, set meals and rice bowls, as well as DIY yakiniku (grilled meat), all of which enjoy popularity. Many customers find it easy to pop in during their motorcycle tours and drives, as there is a large parking lot available right in front of the restaurant. If you are in the neighborhood, please visit us! We look forward to serving you soon.
Tea House/Coffee Shop Bread Sweets
Petit Doll has a great reputation for its sourdough bread and sweets produced from locally sourced ingredients. Their original sweets made with a focus on Sado-sourced rice powder, dairy produce and fruit are a perfect gift and souvenir to take back home. In particular, "Shima (Island) Cheesecake", an excellent sweet which won the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Prize, and "Okesa Potato", which is made from sweet potatoes grown using reduced chemicals, are classic sweets in Sado. There is also a café corner on site.