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I typically stay in hotels, not hostels, but found this hostel very comfortable and an excellent value. The owners go beyond the call of duty to provide excellent service at all hours of the day, and will help you plan your visit into the Old...More
The husband and wife owners of this B&B really go out of their way to cater for their guests. They will answer any questions, even if they have to go looking for the answer. Many needs are anticipated, and this starts at check-in with the...More
Relaxing place in the hills above Safed..quite nice garden to eat your own dinner or have a bottle of wine in the evening. Rooms are country side style and with satellite tv.. You almost need a car to get there.. Owners are friendly and provide...More
The Safed Inn is situated in a quiet area of Tsfat a short distance (10 minutes by car or taxi) from the old town. It is a 'hostel' which makes you feel at home. The owners are very personable and helpful, giving advice freely and...More
What a nice small hotel. A good accomodation for a fair ptice, cosy, in the middle of trees and in a pleasant tranquillity. The innkeeper Rika shows you proudly her garden. The exzellent jams you'll enjoy at breakfast are home made by Rika and the...More
Response from Michelle B | Reviewed this property |
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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