Family Room with Shared Bathroom
Tsuki no Koigokoro
Reasonable ryokan at Hakone
The ryokan was close to the train and bus station but there were no signage. Also, we arrived during lunch time and there was no one at the front reception. It took us a while to find someone to show us to our rooms.
The ryokan was full on Friday night and half full on Thursday night. As the onsen was private type and they only had 2 onsen rooms to cater for about 7-8 rooms, so we had to wait for our turn on Friday night. Later, we were informed that we can use their other onsen facility (they have 3-4 other ryokan nearby and also a public type onsen near where we stay). We did not have the time to try the other onsen nearby.
There are some sundry shops nearby which was useful to stock up snacks.
Since Hakone is an expensive area, this ryokan's pricing was OK compared to the rest. We took the breakfast and dinner also which was good as they serve it in your room. (But this means, you'll have to clear the mattress etc. to make way)