Of the many places we visited in the Oki Islands, Nishinoshima is home to one of the most memorable travel experiences I've had there: a hike down the rolling Matengai Cliff, as we wound our way around grazing horses and black haired cows, capped with an awe-inspiring view of the Tsutenkyo Arch. It is only fitting that our accommodation on the islands is just as memorable. Continue to enjoy views of the sea from Kuniga-so's guest rooms. You're doubly lucky if you're booked in the corner room. For the ultimate relaxation, head to the public bath within the hotel. Tastefully tiled with anti-slip rocks that also bring the outdoors in, feel your travel-satiated body melt into bliss. Expect the traditional hospitality of a Japanese ryokan for dinner and breakfast.
Kuniga-so is about a 15 minute drive from Nishinoshima's Beppu Port. The hotel can provide transportation service to and from the port (reservations required).