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USD $ 215.00 / night(s)

3 Bedroom-Tzfat
Open 24/7
Description

Surrounded by pomegranate and olive trees, our rustic & practical, Kosher l'Mehadrin Guesthouse in the Artists' Quarter has an amazing view of Meron. It is situated right above the Arizal Mikva of the Old City of Tzfat. In a great location, with parking, restaurants, stores, the arts, synagogues, historical & Jewish holy sites all within walking distance. It is ideal for Shomer Shabbes families, Yeshiva guys or Seminary girls. We offer country-style, friendly hospitality in Yiddish, English or Hebrew.

The space consists of:
​Three bedrooms, 1 large, 2 small rooms for couples.
Kitchenette with fridge, weekday and Shabbes amenities.
Two bathrooms with showers.
Two porches, one porch can have extra beds set up for outdoor sleeping.
A/C, fans and heaters.
Clean, organized and practical.
Through the main courtyard that is shared with our home, there is a flight of steps leading up to the Guesthouse with its own private entrance.. There is free parking on our street at all times and the Old City begins on our block, a 1- minute walk. There are two units with separate bathrooms and porches, that are connected by and share a kitchenette and main entrance-way. Either the entire apartment, or partial apartment is available for rental. Each individual room has its own set of keys, as well as a key to the available porch.
The entire space costs 800 shekels during the year, 1000 shekels during Bein Hazmanim (late July-August) and holidays. We have student prices per bed for 4 or more students (80 shekels per person). After 10 students, it is 50 shekels more per bed.
* We provide pillows & blankets, 100% cotton sheets. Medium sized, Israeli, clean bath towels are available for an additional fee (10 shek per towel). If you like large, fluffy American towels, please bring your own.
* We give 4 hours of Air Conditioning midday (or whenever you prefer) in the summer, extra A/C costs $1.50 per hour (

Bedrooms: 3
Beds: 5+
Bathrooms: 2
Bath Type: Shower
Amount and Type : Two Showers
Amenities : Living Room , Wifi
Kitchen Amenities: Hot Plate, Refrigerator , Urn
We provide: We provide pillows & blankets, 100% cotton sheets. Medium sized, Israeli, clean bath towels are available for an additional fee (10 shek per towel). If you like large, fluffy American towels, please bring your own.
Kosher Level: Kosher Mehadrin
Access to : Two porches, one porch can have extra beds set up for outdoor sleeping.
Price and Payment details: The entire space costs 800 shekels during the year, 1000 shekels during Bein Hazmanim (late July-August) and holidays. We have student prices per bed for 4 or more students (80 shekels per person). After 10 students, it is 50 shekels more per bed. * We give 4 hours of Air Conditioning midday (or whenever you prefer) in the summer, extra A/C costs $1.50 per hour (5 shek). Heating during the winter is included in the price of the space.
Homeowner comments: We have a highly filtered internet. This means that perhaps not all websites that you are searching for will be available. We live in a peaceful, residential area. We request that you keep the Guesthouse and the surrounding grounds clean and quiet. *Please do not smoke on our property.
Location:
Tzfat Safed, Safed Israel 12325
About the host

We have been hosting guests for over 25 years, in the hospitable tradition of Tzfat. Ours is a clean, simple, practical and homey space, that serves travelers & tourists on their journey in and around Tzfat & the Northern Galilee. We live very close by and will show you in, if we are home and it is a reasonable hour. Please call us when you are on the way, so that we can meet you. Walking through the courtyard, we request that you respect our family privacy, so please do not knock on our door if you have a small problem or question, rather you can call us on our cell phones until 10:00 PM while you are here, and we will try to help you as soon as possible. Come and enjoy your stay with us. We would love to meet you.



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