An amazing house for hospitality within the Druze village of Carmel, facing breathtaking views, clear mountain air, serenity and quiet. Daliyat al-Carmel is known for its special and delicious Druze culinary offerings and the enchanting atmosphere that exists in it and the colourful market in the main street . The bazaar's shops offer a variety of ornamental items in addition to the excellent Oriental pastry shop, in the market you can get a Druze pita, a brick, za'atar and olives.
“The perfect location to be stuck in israel during the ‘lockdown’ . Very close to hiking in the National Parks to keep some exercise happening. Good off street parking, nice and quiet urban area. Best to have a vehicle imo as it’s a bit of a walk to town .... or bicycles ?? Very friendly locals ... like everyone was very welcoming and the food ... fantastic until they closed it all, back to cheese n tomato toasties 😞. Phone reception is not great, internet is mostly good even at peak usage during lockdown n we should know, we stayed some six weeks !!! Waiel is terrific to deal with too, nothing is a hassle for him .... a true ‘cool dude’ I think 😄”
Yifat is the perfect base for traveling in the north of Israel. If you are looking for a relaxing place to wind down after a day spent exploring attractions in the beautiful Jezreel Valley and northern Israel, you can get our apartment - at a discounted price. During the morning hours (not early) of August and September, some development work is expected in our area, therefore we are offering a significant discount on the price of the apartment
“It is our first time to use AirBnb and out of our four bookings for our Israel trip, Sara's place was the absolute best. The gold standard even, if I may say. She and her husband fetched us from the bus stop and we greatly appreciate their extra touch of turning on the heater beforehand so we'll have respite from the dreary winter rains. On day 2 of our stay, the downpour was still strong and we were unable to go around nearby Haifa and Nazareth. The rain stopped only in the evening at which time we already gave up and were preparing to sleep. Suddenly, I got a call and it was Sara who kindly offered to take us in their car to some of the pilgrimage sites in Nazareth. Amenities were well thought of and we got a surprise when we checked the ref (there were veggies for salad, dressings, milk, honey, bread, butter, yoghurt, eggs that would last us for our 3 nights stay) and there were zero issues with the shower heater. On a final note, her AirBnb listing is a destination on its own. Please do not miss her kibbutz tour. For history buffs, there are preserved remains of an ancient wine press there. And for art junkies, you can meet ceramic and paper crafts artists.”
intimate, beautiful and well equipped studio, with a fantastic view on both the Carmel Mountain and the Valley of Izrael.
“Really lovely little place with everything you need for a weekend. Easy to get to and to park. One thing to note is the window and door open out to the entrance way of their property so not much privacy if people are coming and going. Otherwise, great.”