Translated from the website:
The Suzuki Guesthouse is located right North of Nijōjō in the center of Kyoto. It’s possible to access most of the touristic spots by bus.
However, there is no fancy café at the Suzuki Guesthouse. Still, there is a simple coffee shop, one minute by walking that serves delicious siphon style coffee.
There is also no cool looking bar at the Suzuki Guesthouse. But, within two minutes on foot, you’ll find a cheap and good izakaya that has been in business since the Showa Era.
There is also no restaurant at the Suzuki Guesthouse. Even then, 3 minutes away by walking, you’ll find a delicious dinner managed by a mother and her family.
On the vicinity of the Suzuki Guesthouse, you can also find an open-air bath, a fire ramen ramen shop and even the very first live house in Japan. This is a spot you’ll never get bored off even after you came back from visiting.
So then, what is there at the Suzuki Guesthouse? There is pleasant music as well as a large shared space. It is even to talk and drink between travellers, while meeting people of different nationalities.
But the guesthouse is there first to take away the soreness accumulated while traveling.