Rates

 Time of Year    Room & Breakfast 

 Studio One-Bedroom House
Spring & Fall           Weekday  599₪, $174 749₪, $219
Spring & Fall            Shabbat  699₪, $204849₪, $249
Summer                 Weekday 649₪, $189815₪, $239
Summer                   Shabbat749₪, $219915₪, $266
Jewish Holidays                    Spring749₪, $219899₪, $262
Jewish Holidays                      Fall719₪, $211879₪, $257
Log B’Omer &          Klezmer Festival930₪, $2711,080₪, $314

 

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  • The nightly rates are based on double occupancy (per couple)
  • Extra person in room ages 2 and up is 160 ₪, $45
  • No charge for babies up to 2 years old
  • Prices include breakfast*
  • We take cash, Israeli bank transfers as well as Visa, MasterCard, American Express & Diners
  • Based on local tax laws, Israeli citizens must pay VAT
  • Check-in times: Sundays through Thursdays between 3 – 7 pm, Fridays and before Jewish holidays between 1 – 3 pm, Saturdays and after Jewish holidays 3 hours after sunset
  • Check-out times: Sundays through Thursdays up to 11 am, Fridays and before Jewish holidays up to 10 am, Saturdays and after Jewish holidays up to 1 hour after sunset
  • Check–in and check-out times can be flexible depending on circumstance; however there is an 100 NIS late fee after 10 pm
  • Payment upon arrival by cash or credit card
  • Cancellation policy: Guests can cancel free of charge until 5 days prior to arrival; if guests cancel or modify the reservation after this time, or in cases of no-shows, than the total price will be charged
  • Laundry is available for 70₪/load
  • Smoking is permitted in the courtyard but not in the rooms
  • We are sorry for not being able to accept any pets
  • Please check your room carefully when leaving; we are pleased to send you items left behind for a service fee of 100 ₪, $25 plus shipping

* 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 need Rabbinic supervision we can provide a variety of packaged Mehadrin food items for breakfast.