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Located in Bethlehem of Galilee, Neve Hagar is in a rural location, within a 15-minute walk of Nazareth-Tir'an Mountains and Jezreel Valley. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We absolutely enjoyed our time in this beautiful place. The owners are more than great and very welcoming. They make their own jam and you can pick tea from the garden. It is nice to meet locals who know the history of a place and take such good care of their guests. The area is very green and there were beautiful flowers in the garden. My 3 yo son loved the animals nearby (there are ducks in the backyard!) and the horse farm a bit further away. The kibbutz is very family friendly. The babybed was large and comfortable and the 2 br apartment is huge. And most important, this is some of the most amazing breakfast you can get in Israel !!
Cons: For my older mom, acces to the shower was a bit inconvenient. And altough the 2 br apartment is lower floor, with a garden in front, it is not as comfortable to let your 3yo roam around freely outdoors. Partly due to a (beautiful) fountain and some (really cool) old tools. The place is super charming though so we wouldn't let that change the fact that we had an awsome time!
Cons: No table and chairs for eating in the room
Pros: Amazing breakfast! Friendly staff.
Pros: Great breakfast, kind and helpful staff.
Pros: The piece and quiet...
Pros: Perfect breakfast Everything is clean Good people and helpful Everything is perfect
Pros: staff was helpful and friendly, lovely and generous breakfast. surrounding area is beautiful
Cons: my children complained of the horse's smell :)
Pros: The rooms are beautiful - located in old templar buildings. The host, Ben, was so nice and accomodating. Always with a smile on his face. We came with our 6 year old and he had a lot to do there - shooting bow and arrow, farming activity that includes milking a cow, feeding calves, etc. Breakfast was great. The surrounding was quiet and serene. This was a perfect and relaxing vacation and there's no doubt I'll come back.
Cons: Everything was great!
Pros: Very friendly staff. Just talk and ask. Ben was asking days before, when do we arrive and that he is happy to welcome us. Great local breakfast. Good parking. WiFi works without issues. Is it spectacular Luxury? No. You want to feel welcome, need a bed and you want to visit the north of Israel? Then this is the right place to stay overnight.
Pros: Cute cute cute!! Very friendly staff, always helpful and attentive. great breakfast, amazing herbal garden and the place itself is charming. Terrific afternoon breeze!! Over all, good experience in a quiet little town.
Cons: The place has a rustic charm to it, though maybe a bit too rustic...our room was spacious but no frills. don't expect any sort of luxury or hotel like atmosphere. Cleaning and maintenance can be improved. There are some cleaning products under the kitchen sink so we used them to tidy up the place a bit. Also, you can hear every bit of noise from the room upstairs since there is no insulation what so ever.
When you a stay at Galilee Bedouin Camplodge in Emek Izrael, you'll be on the riverwalk, just steps from Nazareth-Tir'an Mountains and Jezreel Valley. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The host is great, always smiling and available to satisfy every request. Very friendly place, we enjoyed staying in the nature with all their animals. We loved their dog!
Pros: Good breakfast and an Original way of sleeping. The train carriage was comfortable and spacious.
Cons: The garden is very messy. This could be a beautiful place but it looks more like a dumpyard.
Pros: Staff is kind.
Pros: The place and the hosts are beautiful!
Cons: Absolutely no problems, everything was as expected
Pros: Awesome Breakfast! Cozy Wagon and a good bed
Pros: The owners of the property were very genuine and passionate about the lives they have chosen to live. And their guestrooms are a part of that passion. :)
Pros: Lovely friendly place, loads of nature and animals around. Kids loved it!
Cons: Drive through a lot of bumps to get to the place.
Pros: The hosts were great, and the location was just fantastic for my stay. Nice clean and firm bed and pillow always goes down well with me. If you are looking for close to the tourist sites then this might not be the place to book. On the other hand if you are looking for out in the country, really great place to book. The whole village is welcoming.
Pros: Ishra was a wonderful host with us. He was very helpful about the places to visit and the food to try in the area. He let us visit his garden and try several herbs for tea. Even Jack the dog was absolutely nice with us. His garden is definitely peaceful
Cons: Nothing, we loved the moment we spent there.
Pros: Thanks for everything!!! It was adorable.
Offering spacious rooms with balconies overlooking the forest, Mul Hayar is set in Beit Lehem HaGlilit. It offers a large garden with BBQ, a new spa and a free community swimming pool. Mul Hayar is actually a Moshav, a traditional Israeli settlement usually based on agriculture. It is located in North Israel, halfway between Nazareth and Haifa, both around 30 minutes' drive away. Rooms at Mul Hayar are air conditioned and come with satellite TV, a kettle and free Wi-Fi access. A large Israeli breakfast is served each morning and guests also have a restaurant and bar on site. Guests can relax in the spa with sauna, hot tub and massage rooms. Popular local activities include jeep tours, hiking and cycling. In the Moshav community, guests will also find a synagogue, mini market, petting zoo and playground.
Pros: great hospitality, room was comfortable and included everything that I needed. Quiet spacious,clean, homely stay. I was invited to use he spa after a long workday outdoors which was a treat., Breakfast was generous and very tasty. I will definately return, and warmly recommend staying at Mul Hayaar.
Pros: Peaceful location in greenish countryside for a romantic time, friendly host and a great breakfast. The public swimming pool just cross the road is a welcomed bonus in hot days.
Pros: Breakfast was great. Staff was friendly
Cons: Room smelled from cat as we came in. They could offer historical information about the building and the village.