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Katzrin finally has a hostel...
Best thought of as a cheap hotel. Staff are indifferent, the 26 rooms are slightly scuffed and the sheets are polyester, but amenities include proper spring mattresses and fridges...
Hosts Sara and Bentzi Zafrir offer the warmest of welcomes and a fantastic independent-travel vibe here...
This old-time hostel, in an airy 1930s basalt building, has 12 very basic rooms with three to five beds, a balcony sprinkled with bird droppings, a kitchen and a washing machine.
This sparkling-white facility, right on the lake, has 82 double, family and dorm rooms (with four or six beds), a sandy beach and lots of trees and grass. It’s often full, especially at the weekend...
These modern, well-kept facilities include 83 rooms with 350 beds. Dorm rooms have four to six beds and are excellent value. Situated opposite the vehicle gate to the Open Museum of Photography.
Housed in an unpretentious, 1970s complex on the edge of town. The 33 simple rooms, all with fridge, can sleep up to nine and so are a good option for families and groups of friends...
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