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Reviewed 1 March 2020

The hotel is in the style of Scottish castles. Very neat and clean. Rooms are a bit dark, but this adds to the style, and panoramic windows are a nice source of light. Personnel are students - really friendly with good English. Breakfast was splendid.

Room tip: choose a room facing the garden
Date of stay: November 2019
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Thank abroadsos
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Reviewed 28 December 2019

The place is dirty, 'with WALL PEELING IN THE ROOM!
Much smaller than advertised, missing items in the room compared to the advertised pictures (no jacuzzi, not even one chair, no shelf or closet, no soap, and missing toilet paper). The worst thing is that the owner is rude, doesn't give any service, doesn't answer the phone, and when he is present, he doesn't speak with the client, claims that he doesn't know English, even when we have someone to speak Hebrew, he answered very rudely.
Not recommended at all!!!

Room tip: Not even think to come there, even if they offer it for free
Date of stay: October 2019
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Thank keosre
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Reviewed 16 November 2019 via mobile

Yes, the location is great, but extremely noisy and you must lug your luggage a long way to get there. Yes, the rooms are historic and made of basalt, but the WiFi doesn’t penetrate, so you’ll need to go to the lobby for videos or Facebook. Yes, the Staff are friendly, but they are not electricians or plumbers or masons, which is what you’ll really need. Yes, the view from the balconies are spectacular if you don’t mind the ants crawling up your legs. And yes, the breakfast is sumptuous but hard to see with the morning sun glaring in your eyes. Finally, if you’re a couple, demand an extra blanket when you check it because the one provided isn’t large enough for two.

Date of stay: November 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
3  Thank jameshG8802VU
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Reviewed 12 November 2019 via mobile

Great location, right near the boardwalk and the Sea of Galilee. The staff was friendly and helpful. The rooms were nice and nice for the price. The breakfast was good and filling and the coffee excellent. A short walk to the bus station. If you are budget conscious this small hotel is an excellent choice.

Date of stay: November 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Barry R
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Reviewed 31 October 2019 via mobile

Hotel building itself is hundreds of years old. It’s like living in a cave as it has stone walls, with modern electricity and plumbing.
Easy check in and out. Rooms are very clean. Hotel is at one end of the promenade, right on the water.
Sadly, the promenade itself is falling into disrepair, is dirty and tired. The powers that be would learn a lot from the people who rejuvenated the Tel Aviv promenade.
Having said that, I would recommend staying at this hotel, eating on the water and touring the many historical sites in the area.
Breakfast is outstanding. Wow.
It’s a perfect stepping-off point for a tour of the north.

Date of stay: October 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank mslade
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