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Suggestions for Kibbutz Hotels

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Suggestions for Kibbutz Hotels

We'll be in Haifa Apr 25-28, 2008, and the Galilee Apr 28-30. We would like to stay at B&Bs (tzimmers) or a kibbutz hotel. Cleanliness, reasonable price, and good location are our criteria. Any suggestions?

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Vered Hagalil is the place to stay near the northwest edge of Sea of Galilee. It is just south of Rosh Pina and north of Tiberias. It is a wonderful farm/horse ranch. Good food, good people, beautiful views and wonderful cabins. You can look at their website for more info.

We stayed in #4 and #5. I think they are perfect. They are close to the horse stables, reception, parking, and restaurant.

The cabins and cottages are spread over several acres and some are near the hot tub and spa treatment area.

We rode the horses in the morning and went to Hamat Gader hot spring pool about 30 km south in the afternoon.

VH is close to Mt of Beautitudes, Capernaum and St. Peter's church. These are areas that Pres. Bush is to visit tomorrow. I would recommend a visit to these sites.

In Haifa, try Hotel Beth Shalom for economy. Or across the street the Nof Hotel might fit your needs, but choose a newly renovated room to get a clean room. These hotels are within 100 yards of the Dan Panorama.

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