We provide a hot, Kosher Mehadrin* vegetarian breakfast every weekday morning. On Shabbat and Jewish holidays we provide a variety of fresh, Kosher Mehadrin vegetarian breakfast items in the room.

The kitchenettes are equipped with a refrigerator, electric kettle, electric plugin burners for cooking, Shabbat hot water urn, Shabbat electric hot plate and electric timers for lights for Shabbat. The kitchenette in the one bedroom apartment has a microwave. Both kitchenettes are stocked with coffee, tea, sugar and milk. Glass dishes are provided as well as a considerable amount of disposables to meet the kashrut needs of our guests.

For guests seeking Shabbat meals we are pleased to offer a variety of recommendations of Shabbat catering, prearranged Shabbat meals at hotels as well as Shabbat hospitality.

* Please note that we only use Mehadrin ingredients and we check all of our grains, eggs, fruits & vegetables. We do not have Rabbinic oversight, however we keep a Mehadrin kitchen and we are Shomer Shabbat/Mitzvot. For guests who required rabbinic supervision we can provide all Mehadrin packaged food items.


Each morning they prepared a fresh delicious breakfast.
– Roderick, US, June 2015

Our kitchen was very well equipped and the attractive furnishings were very comfortable. Provisions such as milk, coffee, hot chocolate, tea etc…made it very homelike. Breakfast, a beautiful platter of fresh fruit, hot waffles, syrup, and orange juice was served in our apartment by Evan who graciously shared the history of Artist Quarter Guesthouse as well providing pointers based on our interest. We both absolutely loved this place and without a second of hesitation will stay there when we return, hopefully very soon with our husbands.
– Pamela, US, March 2015

Evan gave us a great map of Tzfat and Joy made us a delicious breakfast. I highly recommend staying here!
– Gavriella, New York, February 2015

Beautiful guesthouse with very sweet hosts that gave great personality to the experience. Massage was a wonderful way to start my day. Breakfast was plentiful.
– Anonymous, January 2015