The SpaceOur B&B is an small furnished private apartment in Ashkelon, located in Barnea a beautiful and quiet residential neighborhood, situated about a 15 minutes walking distance from the beach, the promenade and the Marina.
It is near to public transport, commercial centers, cafes, children's playground and synagogues.
We can accommodate singles or/and couple up to 3 people.
In the apartment a private room, an equipped kitchen and a bathroom. It is fully equipped with kitchen utensils, towels and bed linen.
The cleanliness of the room and the bathroom is done daily, with regular exchange of towels and
breakfast is included in the service.
Guests are delighted when our breakfast greets them in the morning.
We deliver breakfast to the apartment at the time you want.
We serve a full breakfast, which varies from day to day.
Guests can expect to be served a meal that include: Fresh seasonal fruits, Dried fruits, Homemade Bread, Corn flakes, Fresh Israeli salad (cucumber, tomato, onion, olive oil and mint leaves), Honey, Butter, Homemade Jam and Cottage cheese, Coffee and Tea.
We make every attempt to accommodate dietary restrictions, allergies and special needs. Please let us know when making your reservation if you require a different diet.
Unfortunately the B&B is not wheelchair friendly due to the stairs. Interaction with GuestsWe are always happy to assist you in planning to see the sights and attractions and share our knowledge to you. The NeighborhoodAshkelon is a developing tourism city, and offers new attractions alongside interesting archaeological sites.
The city's location between the sea and the desert assure a comfortable climate all year round. It boasts 12 kilometers of magnificent beaches, an impressive promenade and a Marina that attracts Israelis and foreign tourists alike.
Ashkelon major attraction is the national park, which is the ancient city Tel Ashkelon, it contains ancient remains, starting with the impressive city gate from the Canaanite Period (about 4,000 years ago), a public building and many sculptures from the Roman Era (about 2,000 years ago), and up to the ruins of fortifications from the Crusader Period (about 1,000 years ago).
Throughout the city are other many archaeological sites; remains of two Byzantine churches, Roman graves and a Sheik’s grave, Outdoor Museum with two coffins from the Roman Period. The city's center the Migdal (tower) is a preserved Arab city from the 16th century, there is a museum located in the ancient mosque which houses an exhibition of the history of modern Ashkelon alongside archaeological findings.
Getting AroundAshkelon is a modern Israeli city easily accessible by car, bus and train. Located roughly 40 minutes from Tel-Aviv, an hour from Jerusalem and 45 minutes from Ben-Gurion International Airport .
Traveling to Ashkelon by bus:
From Tel Aviv, Buses 300 (direct) and 301 depart every 30 minutes, weekdays from 6 am to 10:30 pm.
From Jerusalem, Bus 437 departs every 30-60 minutes, weekdays from 6 am to 7:15 pm.
To arrive at our B&B:
From the Ashkelon Central Bus Station, take Bus No. 5 to Barnea.
For the most up-to-date information, please check the schedules at the "Egged" Central Bus Station website.
For information on traveling to Ashkelon by train, please visit Israel Railways website.