Marlowe Hayama

Marlowe Hayama

As a popular item at the cafe/restaurant Marlow main store founded in 1984, a specialty store of beaker pudding and pound cake, the Hayama store opened in 2004. Close from lots of Hayama’s sightseeing spots such as Hanayoki Park, a famous spot of alpenrose, Hayama Imperial Villa, Hayama Modern Art Museum, Isshiki beach and Morito beach, so it’s a perfect place to take a rest after walking around.

Zushi · Hayama
Marlowe Hayama
ADDRESS 2038-10 Horiuchi, Hayama-machi, Miura District, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 046-875-0412 

10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.(Last Order 6:30 p.m.)


Wednesday (Opened, if Wednesday is a holiday)


Lunch 1,000 yen ~1,999 yen、Dinner 1,000yen~1,999yen


Take Keihi keikyu bus bound for Kinugasa Station from JR Yokosuka Line Zushi station and get off at Hayama-shogakko bus stop. Or walk about 2.6 km. from Keihin Kyukou Shinzushi Station. By car: 1.3km. From Asahina IC via the Yokohama-Yokosuka Road.


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