A very cozy guest house at a kibbutz out in the middle of the desert. We got there by bike from Mizpeh Ramon (another story). Very friendly. Adequate, but spartan rooms. Comfortable beds. Large screen TV's and kitchenette. We ate at the kibbutz dining room. Free Wifi in the cafe.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Keren Kolot at Kibbutz Ketura is a guest house and educational seminar center. We offer 44 attractively-priced and comfortable rooms, including singles, doubles, suites and apartments for singles, couples, families and groups from Israel and abroad. All rooms include a kitchenette, bathroom and shower, satellite TV, a refrigerator, coffee and tea, milk, cookies and fruit.Our guests are invited to enjoy a number of activities including a tour of the kibbutz and the famous solar field and algae factory, bike rentals and use of the kibbutz's Olympic-sized swimming pool.We invite our guests to kick back, relax and enjoy a moment of leisure at Café Kolot, our coffee shop, located next to the guest rooms. You will be able to enjoy fine coffee, cookies, cakes and other homemade baked goods, locally-produced dates, wine, light meals, soft drinks and ice cream. In addition, Café Kolot offers jewelry, arts and crafts made by kibbutz members. For the benefit of our guests and patrons, we offer free wireless internet access and use of the computer in the coffee shop. ... more less