In the shadow of an ancient acacia tree, growing in the heart of the desert, there is a desert inn (khan) built of mud and date palms and decorated with carpets and recycled items-all natural. The variety of natural colors, shapes and textures and the peaceful environment produce a charming, soothing sensation and a sense of complete detachment from the hubbub of everyday life. These lodgings blend in harmoniously with their natural surroundings. There is no raucous entertainment that will ruin the quiet tranquility, allowing the visitors to experience the expansive desert vistas, taking in the slowly, ever-changing natural panoramas over the days and seasons - the colors and landscapes, the play of light and shadows, the spectacular desert sunrises and sunsets... Khan Be'erotayim has guest houses in several sizes, suited to couples, families and groups. Each guest house has a covered porch and a corner with seats and hammocks. There is also a large, central, communal guest hut in which meals are served and sweet herbal tea or coffee can be enjoyed around a bonfire. Here a variety of guests and desert dwellers meet: dreamers, nomads, researchers and travelers. At night, the place is lit by means of lanterns and solar-powered lighting. The greatest treasure Khan Be'erotayim offers is the scenery, the expanse and the quiet. We invite you to share this with us.