3 Holiday homes overlooking the avocado groves, citrus and tropical fruits built around a central square and well maintained, with private parking, and an electric gate that protects privacy.
The first floor of each house, shower and toilet, a fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, gas stove, oven, toaster, a dining table and chairs, sofa, satellite TV, free internet, books and games suitable for all ages.
A spiral staircase leading to the second floor there is the master bedroom broad area of about 40 square meters and are linked to a shower and toilet. Every holiday home two bathrooms and services, including a rain shower, bath accessories and toiletries fine. Throughout the western wall of the room glass windows facing the view.
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Private garden and glass doors leading grassy terrace with garden pergola covered patio furniture. Every garden lemon tree growing in the garden lights that lit the night spectacular.
Guests are getting: a bottle of wine, cookies and product for breakfast on the first day: bread, vegetables, eggs, milk and cheese.Guests can prepare meals and outside Zimmer, a special corner will also find a barbecue for grilling meat.
It is possible to have breakfast at Dairy Portobella,
Smadar and Amit Bar-On maintain the privacy of their guests and communicate with the right dosage. They provide recommendations for trips, attractions and restaurants in the area.
The Tefen Open Museum is a unique museum set within the Tefen Industrial Park, a unique pioneering industrial setting, which has been replicated both within Israel and around th world. The museum includes sculpture gardens, artwork, a vintage car collection, displays on the Tefen Model, as well as changing internal exhibitions.
Rosh HaNikra, famous for its grottoes at the furthest point north on Israel's Mediterranean coastline are a series of underground caves which have developed into a tourist site. There is a walking trail through them which is accessed by a cable car, the steepest in the world!
The major attraction of the Western Galilee is, however, its tranquility. The relatively quiet coastline, especially north of Akko and Nahariya is beautifully tranquil and far more dramatic than the popular tourist beaches further south. Beautiful features of nature such as the Keshet Cave (the 'Rainbow Cave'), as well as the amazing landscapes in a setting which is, by Israeli standards, very sparsely populated with just small towns and agricultural communities lining the hillsides. This area is amazingly green, and is breathtaking for all.