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We spent a great time in Riki and Dubi beautiful guest house located in a nice garden. They were so welcoming and helpful with all our travel needs. They took the time to sit with us and help plan out each day with the best...More
My wife and I spent 5 wonderful days recently at the Safed Inn (Ruchenstein B&B) in Safed, Israel. We truly felt at home there and the hospitality and warmth of its owners and staff was much appreciated. If you are looking for a place to...More
We had no idea what to expect with the somewhat unfamiliar term "hostel", but we were so pleasantly surprised! The setting is amongst the tall trees and offers many different restful spots to sit, enjoy nature, or even one of the amazing homemade liqueurs (yum!)...More
My first stay at Safed Inn was last yr. i backpacked and took bus no.3 following Riki's directions. Myself and and a fellow backpacker shared a dorm room. we were surprised to find only 2 beds in the room, en-suite, so we had the room...More
I usually stay in hotels and this reservation for Safed Inn I made with no idea that this was actually a hostel. However to my pleasing surprise the owner Ricky like read my mind and reserved for me the whole dormitory room thus providing me...More
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We also had our own bathroom (a tiny one, but it served us fine). The furnishings are a bit rustic, which may account for the inn being called a hostel, but we found the atmosphere quiet - other than a neighboring dog... More
We also had our own bathroom (a tiny one, but it served us fine). The furnishings are a bit rustic, which may account for the inn being called a hostel, but we found the atmosphere quiet - other than a neighboring dog! - and very homelike. I agree completely about the wonderful breakfast.
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"Rooms facing the street have mre f the greenery visible."