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Making the shvil Israël the three of us made a reservation for the night from 8/5 to 9/5 at the Safed Inn.
Unfortunatly nowadays the weather in the north of Israël is rainy and stormy every morning and we had a horrible day ( ending...More
Riki was very friendly and helpful. Room was very comfortable and breakfast (continental) was ample and excellent. We had a power outage for an hour at night due to heavy wind and rain but were so cozy we never noticed it. Riki suggested our last...More
I enjoyed my staying at the safed hostel in Israel. my friends and i are looking forward to come back. the owners were very helpful and nice. I enjoy the tea made of the plants they have outside. it was a very nice, cleaned and...More
Riki and Dov were excellent hosts who were very friendly and gave me an excellent itinerary to make the most of my time in Golan and Galilee. The breakfast with homemade jam were delicious, as were the homemade liqueurs.
I had a pleasant stay here for two nights. The location, a few minutes out of town, is quiet and peaceful. I booked the dorm room which was clean, comfortable and more spacious than you would typically find elsewhere. The provided bedding was of good...More
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We also had our own bathroom (a tiny one, but it served us fine). The furnishings are a bit rustic, which may account for the inn being called a hostel, but we found the atmosphere quiet - other than a neighboring dog... More
We also had our own bathroom (a tiny one, but it served us fine). The furnishings are a bit rustic, which may account for the inn being called a hostel, but we found the atmosphere quiet - other than a neighboring dog! - and very homelike. I agree completely about the wonderful breakfast.
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