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Boker Valley Farm

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The Boker Valley Farm is an isolated farm in Ramat Negev region which grows wine grapes and offers accommodation for tourists. The first vineyard was planted in 1999, and is situated in the Boker Valley, 550 meters above sea level. The wine is made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grape varieties. The grapes are delivered to the various wineries where the wines are produced, and they are sold at the farm’s visitor center with a large selection of quality desert wines. Guided tours of the vineyard are available, including the story of the settlement of the isolated farms in the Negev, the grape growing process, and wine tastings from 6 kinds of local wines.Private family and group events can be held on site. The farm offers five cabin accommodation for couples, groups and families during the year and two groups accommodation in a authentic Bedouin tent or khan.
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Just a few km from the Ein avdat Park, you will find the Boker Valley farm: nice and cosy lodges where you can relax, enjoy a starry night lying in a hammock, prepare a barbecue with friends or sit aound a fire and enjoy the silence. Friendly owners, good wines and delicious
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We have choosen this lokation for a vine tasting after a recomondation of a travel guide. But it was a pure fraud! Expensive, short and not helping. Our host let us taste 6 vines in max 10 Minutes. We only got one sip of each vine. For this, we could not make sens of what we
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Response from Boker Valley Vi... Z, Owner at Boker Valley Farm
Responded Jan 2, 2019
Margret Shalom, Upon arrival you were told that each person who tastes wine has to pay 25 Shekels. Each person who buys a bottle of wine doesn't have to pay the tasting cost. we do it this way for years... 3 people from your group did the wine tasting of 7 kinds of wines, but afterwords you decided you don't want to pay the tasting and not to buy wines and you went to your car and tried to drive away with out paying! Moshe stopped you and told you that you need to pay 75 Shekel as you had been told, and you declined. Trying to drive away and not paying what you need makes you the rude ones and not us. If from the start you didn't want to buy wines or if you looked for free wine tasting, you should have gone somewhere else and not come here. We are the only place in the area that offer guests free wine tasting when they buy a bottle of wine, but if you don't buy anything- don't expect us to give you things for free!
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We stayed in the couples cabin, and enjoyed the desert view, the peace and quiet and the comfort of the cabin and patio. the place has a special atmosphere, very romantic. it's also 10 min. drive to Sde Boker, and many recommended trips, such as Ein Ovdat national park and more.
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We stayed here for a second time. A real pleasure to deal with. We had a chalet for the family. Amazing breakfast brought to us to eat on the verandah. Highlight was the use of the hot tub at night when soaking in the warm water and watching the stars through the roof. And our
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Cute cabins, located not very close to one another. Not luxurious but practical, comfortable and charming. Good beds, clean and great breakfast. Moshe was very nice, opened the tasting shop for us and gave us a wide sampling of wines from the area . Quiet and relaxing,
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Good morning! Thank you for your question regarding accommodation, and we will love having you here again as our guests... Price for midweek night (Saturday-Wednesday) for a couple inc. breakfast is 640 Shekel inc. all taxes. Price for weekend night (Thursday or Friday) for a couple inc. breakfast is 800 Shekel inc. all taxes. If you have dates in the spring you would like to check please contact us directly from our website so we can check availability for you and special offers price wise. Kind regards, Karen
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Angela Shalom, Thank you for your email regarding accommodation in our farm in October. The amount of cabins we have is not enough for 18 people, but i can offer you our Khan. The Khan is a large group accommodation structure made of wood that can fit up to 25 people. In side the Khan we have mattresses, dining tables, fridge & kettle. Outside the Khan you will find 3 toilets with sinks, hot showers building, a kitchenette with extra fridge and gas stove, a BBQ area and camp fire. As well as a large pergola area with outdoor seating... The price for the Khan is 80 Shekels per person per night, and if you would need towels & sleeping bag with a sheet it will cost 30 Shekels per person. Breakfast price is 60 Shekels per person. All prices above are prices that include VAT of 18%. If you arriving to Israel as tourist we can deduct the VAT off the above prices. Please don't hesitate to contact me for any further information or questions, Kind regards Karen
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"look for another place"
"Cabins more charming then family cabin."
"I stayed in a standard cabin and it was great!"
"We slept the "Helmonit" zimmer and we got a complimentary wine."
"The tent is really great and relatively air-conditioned with good stream of air through the windows and high ceiling (in July!)."
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PRICE RANGE
$138 - $185 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
IsraelSouthern DistrictRamat NegevSde Boker
NUMBER OF ROOMS
5
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