The SpaceWelcome to our private bedroom and bath, accessed via a separate entrance, and inside a friendly home ;-). The room is on the ground floor, approached from the back.
We've designed it to give a clean, modern, inviting feel. A small kitchen area is equipped with a microwave, kettle, and refrigerator, and plates, cups, and cutlery. The room has its own air conditioning and heating unit, which you manage with a remote control. It also has a ceiling fan.
You'll find plenty of free parking on the street. Local shops are a 3-minute walk away (green grocer, small grocery stores, pharmacy, laundromat/ dry cleaner, and post office). A large shopping mall (G-Mall) is 5 mins away by car or bus -- in addition to stores and restaurants, it offers bowling, a (great!) hair salon, and even an Irish pub.
Cafes abound in the area -- there's even one a short walk from our house.
Frequent buses ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) run to Kfar Saba center and the train station, and to Tel Aviv, Raanana, and Herzliya. Easy access (within minutes) to Highways 6, 5, 4, and 531. The beautiful Kfar Saba city park, as well as basketball courts, a jogging path, and even a swim club, are all within walking distance.
The room price INCLUDES electricity and water. A cold breakfast is included (if you ask for it): we stock the fridge with the fixings for a healthful continental breakfast (juice, milk, coffee/tea, bread, cheeses, veggies, and a few other goodies). You do the preparing (and the eating!).
We are gay-friendly and welcome guests of any faith, color or belief system as long as you are law-abiding, clean, have a sense of humor (;-) and are willing to observe the house rules.
Happy to hear from you. Guest AccessThe room opens into a small, tranquil backyard with patio, patio table and chairs, grass -- all of which you have access to. A perfect spot for breakfasting outside or relaxing with a good book. There's even a handy clothesline. Interaction with GuestsWe love interacting with our guests and are happy to talk to you about life in Israel and give tips for how to make the most of your time here. Look forward to sitting with you over a cup of tea/coffee, exploring a map, looking up entertainment options, giving directions. Best face-to-face time is at 8am or in the evening or, of course, on the weekend.
The NeighborhoodDiverse, quiet, green, historical roots (town cited in the Bible); a little bit of everything within walking distance; excellent vantage point for getting to any part of the country. Getting AroundYes, as described above.