Old City Stones
Address60 Jerusalem Street SafedSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Old City Stones is a beautiful unique masonic cozy stoned home fully furnished with mountain views from the main bedroom! We are friendly and very happy to assist our guests with any questions and are knowledgeable of things to see and do in Safed and Northern Israel. Our guests will have full access to all rooms and use of the kitchen, bathroom, and living areas.
We are located in the center of the Old City of Safed, in the Artist quarter and shops and restaurants on the main street, just a 10 min walk from the Safed Central Bus Station. Our Property is very centrally located and close to all major shops, cafe's, and restaurants. Lots of things to choose from and many people to interact with. There are three wineries to visit within the Old City - Safed. This is something not to be missed. There is a Cheese factory as well. There are many historic synagogues and the history of Safed. If you are hungry there are several places to eat that is within walking distance such as Pizza Da Leone, Yeminiate Lachunch, Sushi with Simcha, 7 Grains Bakery , Tree of Life, The Art Cafe, Falafel California, Mendi's, and much more. There is also a Citadel Park overlooking Safed on top of the hill. Please note that shops and supermarkets close early and Shabbat and some might be closed on Friday. Please plan accordingly.
Old City Stones' Policies & Conditions:
Cancellation policy: 24h before arrival.
Payment upon arrival by cash.
Check in from 13:30 to 23:00 .
Check out before 11:30 .
Breakfast not included.
Please contact us for late check-in or other queries.
Services & facilities
- Towels Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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