Beit Yosef B&B
Address27 Korchak St. SafedSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
Situated in the centre of Safed, Beit Yosef B&B is a property offering self-catering accommodation spread across the city. Offering free Wi-Fi, it is a 5-minute walk from the pedestrian area with cafés and restaurants.
Beit Yosef B&B’s villas, apartments and studios feature a kitchenette in the dining area and either whitewashed or vaulted stone walls. They are all equipped with period wood furnishings and a private bathroom while some come with a shaded private patio.
Each accommodation includes a flat-screen TV with cable channels in the furnished dining area. Public parking is available at a nearby location and comes at extra costs. Mehadrin Kosher breakfast is included in the rate.
The main building is a 2-minute drive from the Old City with its picturesque alleys. Spread out over a hill facing Mount Meron, the ancient Jewish Safed Cemetery, the burial site of some of the most important biblical figures, is 3.5 km away.
Based on local tax laws, Israeli citizens must pay VAT. This tax is not automatically calculated in the total cost of the reservation.
On Fridays, check in is until 16:00.
On Saturdays check-out after 19:00 is possible at no additional costs.
Check in and check out take place at 27 Korchak street, Safed.
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