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-Quaint dated rooms but clean and cosy.
-Thorough and friendly intro and hosting, we felt like we where staying in someones home.
-Located out of town in a quite safe area, but you need a car to reach the hotel.
Loved this place, nice and quiet location, close to Safed and Rosh Pina, not far from Tiberias / the Lake Kinneret. The owners are great and funny people who where very helpful. Good breakfast. Nice surprise for us: the hottub and sauna. Highly recommended.
On a poorly planned trip, I found myself scared, cold, and shivering in the lobby of the Safed Inn, begging them to have space for me to sleep. Luckily it wasn't a busy night, and Rikki was able to give me a warm, comfortable, immaculately...More
Thank you Rikki and Dov for making our group stay so comfortable. We felt like family.
Accomodations were great and the surroundings prestine. We are planning to return next year, Lord willinng. Thank you again. The pizza was great too.
Jim and Debbie Dahl
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US$ 57 - US$ 137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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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