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    Reviewed October 21, 2011

    This kibbutz complex is a reasonable drive from many of the popular northern attractions and sites. The views are of the valley and Mount Gilboa are wonderful. Our mini-chalet was equipped with air conditioning, a kitchenette, a large bathroom including a whirlpool tub and a private balcony and garden. There is however no Internet or WiFi here that is accessible to guests. The lodges are self-catering although if you speak with the booking desk, you can arrange to eat in the main dining hall with the residents, which is both fun and the chicken schnitzel is delicious! This is a great location for families, couples and even solo travelers although you will need car access to reach it. The site itself is not well-equipped for individuals with physical disabilities as walking distances are far and the guest lodges are at the top of the hill. Service here was very inviting and efficient, we were treated like family! Do note though that many of the amenities like the dining hall may not be open on either Friday or Saturday - be sure to clarify what happens with the guest services on shabat. Other interesting tidbits regarding this kibbutz are an Olympic sized swimming pool, an onsite museum/gallery relating to the history of the kibbutz, a small convenience store and try to take a tour of the farm!

    • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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    3  Thank kristinagrace
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    Reviewed October 2, 2011

    The Iris suites are semi-detached cabins that are a fantastic size with a: small kitchen (microwave not cooker) with seating, separate shower room, comfy seating area, a large jacuzzi bath - with view - next to the bed, and a private covered terrace and garden which looks out over the hills and valley.

    Staff were really helpful and efficient, making restaurant recommendations and bringing a ridiculously large and delicious breakfast to the door within minutes of making the request! In addition to breakfast, guests are provided with a much appreciated selection of goodies, including fresh milk (from the kibbutz's dairy I think), teas/coffees, fruit (prunes, raisins etc), a 1/2L bottle of wine, and a card which provides discounts at local restaurants and sites.

    We wish we'd stayed longer to really enjoy the place and its facilities (such as the pool and milking time at the dairy)! Oh, and as other's have indicated, the location's convenient for traveling around southern Galilee etc.

    • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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    1  Thank LadyBManchester
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    Reviewed August 14, 2011

    We stayed in one of the top-of-the-line Iris Suites; for couples only. The design was lovely; bed & furniture very comfortable, & the lighting best anywhere. The landscaping in front of the cottage was quite pretty; the small backyard private & pretty. Breakfasts delivered in the morning were huge & delicious. Staff was very friendly. It was very conveniently located to wonderful archeological sites in the southern GalIlee; about an hour from Tiberias.

    • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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    2  Thank Djnnyc
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    Reviewed June 3, 2011

    We stayed at the low-end section of the lodging choices at this kibbutz. For those familiar with the old-fashioned kibbutz quarters of decades ago, this is what it is! Very basic beds, shower and kitchenette, nothing luxurious in the room. But we didn't want to spend a lot of money that night, and the kibbutz itself, the views and the swimming pool are spectacular. It's a good value and a nice part of Israel to visit, in the Yizreel Valley. You'll be hanging out with locals, not tourists.

    Stayed: May 2011, traveled with friends
    2  Thank SandyE10
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    Reviewed May 27, 2011

    In general agreement with all the other comments.
    This is a great area to tour - Beit Shean and its amazing archaeological site; Beit Alfa for the wonderful mosaic floor in the old synagogue; Nazareth and if you want to avoid staying in Tiberias and the Sea of Galilee very convenient for a visit there too.
    We stayed for 3 nights including the weekend (Friday and Saturday) in an Iris lodge. As this is the weekend here the public areas such as the pool are extremely busy.
    Dont forget to book at a restaurant for Friday night - the very helpful people at the reception have a list and lots of recommends.
    An added bonus (if you need/want) is a high speed internet connection via a lead the hotel supply. I discovered that there is also wireless (when the office is open) - so you can sit in the lovely private garden of your little house and be a really sad person and check your emails!!
    Enjoy.

    Room Tip: Iris accommodation is for adults only.
    • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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