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This is no offense to the Proprietors, but I had a very unpleasant stay. My initial thoughts upon arriving was that we were not in the center of Safed, and that the property looked more rustic than I had expected for an inn. Granted, there...More
My husband and I stayed here - and we had booked a private dorm room, not knowing what to expect. It was perfectly adequate, had twin beds and a small en suite. We were told the other more expensive rooms just had nicer furnishings and...More
We stayed here twice in a month, once with our daughter and her fiance, and once with another couple of friends. The value can't be beat. It's a slightly funky, very homey retreat. The rooms are comfortable and clean, the outdoors are charming. with flowers...More
This was the second time I stayed at the Safed Inn - the first time was in September 2010. Seldomly have I felt so at home when sleeping in a hotel/hostel. The owners are pretty much the warmest people you will ever come across, and...More
In april we went to Israel for a renewal with this special country. The last 4 days we spent in The Safed Inn. It was great. Not only is Safed a great place to be (and the way up there gorgious!), but the Inn was...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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