The SpaceOur house is a place where you will feel at home in a moment, it is great located in Binyamina, 1 km from the train station, with parking for cars and with mountain bikes for your pleasure. All floors are made of natural oak or original concrete tiles, with fine ornaments. Furniture is hand-made, neighbors are pleasant and the kitchen is full of light and windows, it is a great place to enjoy cooking. meals can be eaten by the kitchen island, by the dining table, or - and that is the best - outside in the garden, under passion fruit bushes and grapevines.
At our house you can us the TV with some channels. It is connected to the Internet. We have Wi-Fi, AC, ceiling fans at all rooms, great views at the upper floor and all you basically need for living... with comfort. Our house is located near the coast line, 40 minutes from Tel Aviv, 30 minutes from Haifa, 80 minutes from Jerusalem. It is great located if you want to tour Israel, or relax doing sports, going to the fantastic beaches of Caesarea, and the tasteful restaurants in the area. Bicycles routes, running roads and Rock concerts amphitheater are in walking distances from the house. Come and enjoy.
We will not be in the house or area, but our nearby neighbors will assist and help in any request you might have. Guest AccessTV with channels and internet, AC and ceiling fans at all rooms, mountain bikes, lots of books, games, and more. Interaction with GuestsWe will not be around, but our neighbours are nearby and will assist you with any request. The NeighborhoodEat in Binyamina: There is a grocery store, some pizzerias, a cheese boutique and small shops at Hameyasdim st. in Binyamina, you can walk or take the car. At that street you can find the Tartin café, a wonderful place.
There is a Yellow store open 24/7 with food and other stuff you might need. It is located on the other side of the railroad, go above the bridge after the train station, turn right, then left at the round about, and 200 m strait to the Paz gas station, there you'll find the shop.
On Hamesila st. you can eat or drink at Palugi, an Israeli restaurant. All are in walking distance. (URL HIDDEN)
Also in Binyamina, on the other side of the railway, you want to buy bread and have lunch at Burkin (URL HIDDEN)
You can enjoy lunch or dinner at Gaya bistro, on the same area. Better to reserve a table. (URL HIDDEN)
Zichron Yaacov: On the way to Zichron Yaakov stop on your right hand side at Tishbi Winery, they have a great restaurant and value prices for wines. (URL HIDDEN)
In Zichron you can walk at the main street Harishonim and enjoy man restaurants, cafés and shops. It is very picturesque.
Pardes Hana: If you want shopping, go from Binyamina to Pardes Hana – pass the train station and go left. After four minutes drive you'll reach on your left side an outdoor shopping center called BIG. Many shops for different needs.
Next the mall, if you drive strait and then turn right, you'll find Rami Levy supermarket, very cheap and a good place to buy food. We usually buy there.
By the way, when you drive to Pardes Hana, you'll see on your left side an Alon gas station, there is shop there Alonit open 24/7, a convenient shop.
Mall: there is a nice Canyon in Or Aquiva, 5 min drive. You exit Binyamina to road 4, turn left, and at the next junction turn right. You'll see Orot Max mall infront of you. There is a Supersal supermarket threre, clean and cheap, and many other shops.
Nearest one is Cesarea, it is free entrance. Go the Hakshatot beach, it is nice and romantic. Also visit the Cesarea roman antiques. 5 min drive.
If you want a more organized beach go to Tantura, also called Dor beach. 10 min drive. 12 NIS entrance. Has shades, restaurants, ect. Fantastic beach, my preferred.
Getting AroundTrain: The train station is 1 km away. Best to walk there by foot. It works 24 hours a day, but not during Shabat. You can see times at the web site. After midnight you need to check at the next day's date. (website hidden)
You can take the train to Tel Aviv, Haifa, Naharia, Rishon Lezion and many other places. To Jerusalem it is better to go by car via road number 6 or take the train to Tel Aviv, exit at Merkaz station and take the direct bus from there.
Buses: There are also buses from Binyamina to various places, the station is on the corner of Hamesila st. and Sheshet Hayamim st. check (email (URL HIDDEN) or (website hidden) there are also "Sheirut" taxi's on Hameshila st, going to many destinations all week long.
Other Things to NoteIf you have kids, that is great. We have a room with toys, games and computer, ideal for kids a all ages.