Al-Mutran Guest House
AddressPob 2606 NazarethSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Adjacent to the residence of Nazareth’s Greek Orthodox mutran (‘bishop’ in Arabic), this family-run gem occupies a gorgeous, 200-year-old mansion with 4.5m-high ceilings, Ottoman arches and antique floor tiles. Nonguests are welcome to drop by the stylish lobby, with its Ottoman pillows and Bedouin textiles, for a coffee (7NIS).
Our independent authors have visited Al-Mutran Guest House and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Nazareth.
Description provided by property
The Al Mutran Guest House is a 200 year-old Arab mansion turned guest house that offers private rooms as well as dormitory rooms in a unique old-world atmosphere.
The Guest House is located in the heart of the Old City. Just a few minutes' walk from excellent restaurants and coffee shops, you are never far from your destination. The Basilica of the Annunciation is a short walk away, through the charming narrow streets of the souq (market).
The Al Mutran Guest House was the mansion of the Kattouf family, famous for their quality jewelry and handmade gold, gemstone and diamond products.
Nazareth, the place of Annunciation, is an enchanting city. The alleyways will overwhelm you with aromas, colors and diverse sounds, including church bells and the call of the mosques' muezzins. But above all, the hospitality of the people of Nazareth will make your stay unforgettable.
Services & facilities
- Board games
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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