About the cottages

The Island Park has 10 cottages where you can stay for the night. Each is a free standing building, located next to a flower field overlooking Hakata Bay. Spend a relaxing time surrounded by nature: cherry and rapeseed blossoms in spring, cosmos flowers in autumn.
Reservations / Information

Lodging fee

1 night 1 person(including tax. A separate 200 yen accommodation tax is required.)


7,000 yen

Elementary school student

4,000 yen

A small child 3 years old or above

2,000 yen

Check-in / Check-out

15:00 – 17:00 / 10: 00 the following day
The cottages are located within the park, so you can explore it before check-in and after check-out.
Depending on the circumstances of the event etc., the check-in / check-out time may be around.

Number of guests

One cottage can provide lodging for up to 6 guests, but don’t hesitate to contact us if you wish to increase that number.


Inside the room

Air conditioning, bath, sink, toilet, refrigerator, table, futon, two-in-one shampoo, body soap, toothbrush, portable gas cooker, cups, kettle

NOT in the room

Television, radio, towel, bathrobe

Rental (fee required, including tax)

Barbeque charcoal set

2,000 yen

Rice cooker (app. 900ml)

300 yen

Knife, cutting board, pot, frying pan, cooking chopsticks, ladle, disposable chopsticks, plastic plates and bowls of various sizes, sieve, earthenware pot (reservation required)

Rental (free rental)

board games, party games

Special offers for lodging guests

・When staying for the night entering the park is free of charge.
・Nokonoshima Camping Village and the beach can be used for half price one time (only in July and August)



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