Above the Sea of Galilee
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Overlooking the Kinneret are 4 luxurious, fully stocked, classically designed rooms that reflect romance. The yard contains a large Jacuzzi, groomed lawns and sitting areas. Lavish country breakfast is served to the room.
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In the picturesque settlement of Rosh Pina in the Upper Galilee, overlooking the amazing view of the Hermon you will indulge yourself in the luxury suites with a Jacuzzi for two.
Among the Olive Trees
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The Rosh Pina tzimmer is built as a studio unit and in the room there is an accessorized kitchenette, a sitting area, television and satellite TV, and DVD.
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Lev Ari country inn in Metula invites you to breathe clear mountain air, to be excited from Metula’s and Upper Galilee’s amazing view and to enjoy a recreation in a different atmosphere.
Between mountain and sea
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Between mountain and sea in Betzet 5 wood cabins were lovingly built pampering and equipped with all needed for an enjoyable vacation, for couples or families. You will find a quiet and relaxed accommodation with a rich breakfast.
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Foyana in Golan provides you a romantic accommodation unit. 2 wood- stone cabins for couples and families and a suite for couples. In Foyana you can see the exclusiveness everywhere.
Bikta Ba Matah
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In Bustan Hagalil in the Western Galilee, in the heart of an avocado plantation are two completely separated yet meticulously designed, secluded and luxurious wooden cabins, offering complete privacy.
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In Nofei Habashan you will have a charming vacation in a romantic atmosphere within green and blossoming nature opposite the Golan and Upper Galilee beautiful and pastoral landscapes.
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Shelly and Itzik, a couple who moved to the Galilee to set up their life project in luxurious hospitality, with meticulous care. The name Birkata means blessing in Aramaic.
Birkata has 2 suites built of ancient stone that were planned and constructed by Itzik himself.
The stone houses were built in a natural grove that enters inside through a wide Belgian show-window.