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My partner and I visited the Artists colony inn during this Purim. The location is great - in the center of old Safed, but quiet. The room is unique and large, clean, romantic, the view is beautiful (to Mount Meron), breakfast is great and varied...More
My husband and I stayed at the Artist's Colony Inn for two wonderful nights. Susan and Danny went out of their way to ensure that everything about our stay was perfect. Firstly, we were warmly greeted and brought to our room which was spacious, beautifully...More
We two couples stayed at this hotel and were fascinated by the place, cozy and charming rooms. A magnificent view of the surrounding mountains opens from the patio. A wonderful breakfast, which you can have sitting on the patio and looking at the surrounding landscape....More
The check in was a bit tedious as the young woman at reception was not all that helpful. Our room was nice, but a challenge to get to with luggage as it was located in the 'old' part of the hotel. The stairs to our...More
We had such a fabulous stay. The room was beautiful and comfortable, the service was perfect, the food was delicious, the view was spectacular, it was centrally located. Truly something special, I would highly recommend this wonderful inn!
If you drive in the old city on Shabbat, you won't be stoned but you will be glared at. I did arrive during Shabbat, and it was uncomfortable. Parking is VERY limited. If you arrive on Shabbat, Danny will greet you, but... More
If you drive in the old city on Shabbat, you won't be stoned but you will be glared at. I did arrive during Shabbat, and it was uncomfortable. Parking is VERY limited. If you arrive on Shabbat, Danny will greet you, but he and wife are Shabbat observant, so expect nothing more. Make sure to have food with you. Your hosts put out a fruit bowl and a bowl of Candy. Stores are closed, restaurants are closed though some open after sundown.