|♦ Superb Meal & Service|
We had exceptional service and a most delicious meal.. last week while at a Steve Ray Footprints of God pilgrimage. No better food anywhere. Thank you to our hosts. Jeannie McCloskey - Huntley, IL - 11/2/2011
|♦ 4-star recommendation!|
This was a wonderful lunch at a beautiful restauant! I enjoyed myself very much. Yvonne Alvers, San Francisco on STEVE RAY FOOTPRINTS OF GOD, June 9-19, 2011
|♦ Like one of the family|
We stayed here for two nights in late November and we were treated like valued family members. Mowais was warm and welcoming. By the time we left, we felt like we had made a new friend. ParPar, the chef, was also outstanding. Definitely make plans to stop there!
|I booked this hotel from the internet, I had no idea what I was expecting, last couple of years I tried several other guest houses, but didn't like them really (the exception was Amirim Jaccuzi in the Forest guest room).. The worst hotel ever was "Thai Village"..
But this hotel was really good, clean, the manager (Husam) is very welcoming and very friendly.
What I really liked about it is the idea of redesigning the rooms using the old style to provide the best benefits that the customers are usually seeking.
The breakfast was good, delicious and very oriental.. I loved the olives, ymmy..
As for the location, from there I visited Khula park to see all the birds, then Banias park, Majdal Shams (you have to go and pick some apples), Matul (try Ha-Tahana Restaurant, amazing steak house), and finally I visited Manara Cliff (not amazing but nice to see)..
As for the pricing, it was little over priced, but it was reasonable..
My recommendation, if you have a plan to see all the north, then this is a good place to stay in.. if you have too many kids I prefer to see other places since there is no activities for kids in the hotel. I recommended it for couple and people who have young kids..
|♦ “A new kind of stay for us!|
We have eaten here many times, both on our own and with tourist groups which we bring here. But this time we didn't just eat here, but we stayed in the B & B for two days. We have been visiting Augerge Shulamit for many years and it has only gotten better. The food is delicious -- consistently, and the ambiance of the facility and the location are delightful. Our stay in their Bed & Breakfast was very much enjoyed. We highly recommend the B & B and their restaurant.
|♦ A haven of comfort and well-being|
|We visited Auberge Shulamit en route to the Sea of Gallillee - arriving hot and tired we were welcomed with cold lemonade while our bags were carried upstairs. The two rooms we used had balconies with amazing views over the Upper Gallillee valley where we saw a red moon rise in the distance. We also had private use of a jacuzzi with the same fantastic views where we basked in delight as chilled sparkling wine was brought up to us. In this as in everything the owner made clear that he wanted us to have a great stay and would do all he could to make this happen. In the evenings we ate with pleasure in the restaurant (15% reduction for house guests), and enjoyed delicious full Israeli breakfasts that made lunch redundant., This is a great place to stay if you are visiting biblical sites in the area or wanting to hike in the nearby national parks. It is fairly expensive but value for money and we were glad we stayed here|