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Lovely cozy cabins Rather far and in a kibbutz style neighbourghood full of asian workers, very alternative location. Would have like to have more up-kept cooking facilities.
Excellent location, nice and helpful owner, nice jacuzzi and very nice, clean and spacious rooms. Loved it!
It's situated in a moshav, which is quite isolated from everything else (no restaurant in the near 20 km)... The structure was good and everything worked. We created some troubles by arriving earlier (10.00) than expected (14.00)... The owner was on holiday and the substitute was not there... However after asking neighbours and waiting a little, they opened our room.
It is amazing place - moshav. Very comportable and romatic for all. Well equiped and suitable for time at Dead Sea. Owners are very polite people. No problems.
I guess price is ok for a cabin. The "stunning desert landscape" as said on the site is not really what you get, we thought it was quite dull. Not much to see/do in the town. It's about an hour drive to Ein Geddi.
Very nice (family) cabins & friendly host! And in a short driving distance from the Dead Sea, where the more expensive options are located..
Nice and friendly owners, simple but convenient cabin with fully equipped kitchen, nice location in rural part of the country with breathtaking views of neighbouring mountains; perfect place if you look for peaceful and close to nature place that allows to easily explore Dead Sea area and surroundings by car; the cheapest option available on Booking.com and overall great value for money Flies can be a little annoying; a little noisy place in the morning because of agricultural tracks and tractors which start their day early
These cabins are definately worth a visit. Located in a small town more or less in the desert (but green all around) and close to the dead sea, the charming cabin accomodates up to five people and is equipped with anything you need, small kitchenette, and even a whirpool. The location is perfect if you want to travel in the desert, to ein gedi or to the dead sea. Appartently you can also rent bikes, 4x4s etc. for the desert, which we didnt do though. The cabin as such is pretty luxurious and the managers very friendly, making you feel having arrived in a second home. absolutely recommended! Would recommend having a rental car though, as the town is quite in the middle of nowhere (which is nice though, I think; but one should know!).
The cabins were nicely appointed and very clean. The owner, who lives in the house behind the cabins, was very friendly and helpful. The cabins are 20-25 minutes from Ein Bokek, where the lovely public beach is situated, and so makes for alternative accommodation to the large hotels. NB take the phone number of the owner and a mobile phone with you. The entry to the town is blocked by an unmanned barrier at night and one has to phone the owner to have it opened otherwise you will be stuck outside! Also take any food and drinks with you as the only shop in the town is geared to the Thai farm workers. The description of the situation/location of the cabins is not clear. They are in an urban area with normal domestic houses on three sides. Immediately in front of the cabins is a 10m wide tarred road with bright street lighting. On the other side of the road is farmland which had rows of very large agricultural poly tunnels. A few hundred meters away there is a floodlit army base. We had thought we would be in a more secluded situation so we could enjoy the solitude and nightime darkness of an unspoilt desert - the reality is far from this. Given this, we thought the cabins overpriced.
Very nice, cozy and quiet place. Worm and home atmosphere. Authentic moshaw near Jordan border with great hospitality. Particular thanks to Shahar, she was very friendly. I feel miss of nice feline family living under the porch of the hut )))).
the rooms are large, beautifully designed and packed with useful stuff. very functional and pretty at the same time.
This is a hidden treasure! Family owned, and by the end of our stay, we felt taken care of just like one of the family