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Experience Infinite Calm at U Boutique Kinneret by the Sea of Galilee – Your Perfect Boutique Vacation Destination travel guide

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Experience Infinite Calm at U Boutique Kinneret by the Sea of Galilee – Your Perfect Boutique Vacation Destination

Experience Infinite Calm at U Boutique Kinneret by the Sea of Galilee – Your Perfect Boutique Vacation Destination

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A relaxing boutique vacation on the banks of the Sea of Galilee.

For those seeking a serene and tranquil getaway, the U Boutique Kinneret by the Sea of Galilee is the perfect destination. This boutique hotel, located right on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, offers a unique vacation experience that is both relaxing and rejuvenating. With a private beach, spa treatments, comfortable rooms, and quality dining options, the U Boutique Kinneret provides guests with an unparalleled level of comfort and calmness.

Guests can enjoy the calming and peaceful atmosphere at every turn, from the spa and private beach to the refreshing pool. The shades of blue and light blue blend in wonderfully with the spectacular view of the Sea of Galilee, creating an experience of infinite calm that is hard to find elsewhere.

The hotel offers beautifully designed rooms that provide breathtaking views of the Sea of Galilee, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the area. Guests can also indulge in a wide range of delicious and healthy dining options at the hotel’s restaurant, which overlooks the pastoral landscape and offers exciting new flavors and aromas.

The U Boutique Kinneret is the perfect destination for a magical holiday on the Sea of Galilee with family and friends. The hotel offers bed and breakfast and half-board packages that include accommodation, breakfast, and dinner, ensuring that guests have everything they need for a comfortable and relaxing stay.

The hotel also provides excellent services and amenities, including free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and in the rooms, a charging station for electric vehicles, and accommodations for guests with disabilities. In addition, the hotel is kosher under the supervision of the Rabbinate of Tiberias, ensuring that guests can enjoy delicious kosher meals during their stay.

For families traveling with babies, the hotel offers a special service that includes adapted food and peripheral equipment, such as bottle warmers, baby beds, and Gerber animals. The hotel also offers a Shabbat elevator that stops on every floor and is accessible to people with disabilities.

Overall, the U Boutique Kinneret by the Sea of Galilee is the perfect destination for those seeking a relaxing and rejuvenating vacation experience. With its tranquil surroundings, comfortable rooms, quality dining options, and excellent services and amenities, guests are sure to have an unforgettable stay.

Here’s a review summary of the U Boutique Kinneret by the Sea of Galilee:

Food: The hotel’s breakfast buffet was highly praised for being delicious and offering a wide variety of options. Some reviewers also mentioned the hotel’s gourmet restaurant, but there were no specific details about the quality of the food.

Location: The hotel’s location right on the Sea of Galilee was highly praised for offering beautiful views and providing easy access to nearby attractions. Reviewers also appreciated the hotel’s private beach and proximity to natural wonders.

Services: The hotel’s staff received high praise for being friendly, helpful, and accommodating. Many reviewers specifically mentioned the manager and reception staff as providing exceptional service. Some reviewers also enjoyed the spa and other amenities offered by the hotel.

Rooms: The hotel’s rooms received high praise for being spacious, clean, and well-appointed. Many reviewers appreciated the modern amenities, such as air conditioning and free Wi-Fi, and some mentioned the stylish and comfortable design of the rooms and bathrooms.

Overall, the U Boutique Kinneret by the Sea of Galilee seems to be highly recommended for its location, services, and rooms, with some reviewers also mentioning the food and amenities as highlights of their stay.

Bashert Restaurant Safed

Bashert Restaurant Safed

The food at Bashert Restaurant is some of the most innovative and magical that I have ever tasted. The chef's menu combines advanced cooking methods with a twist of fine cuts of meat from the smokehouse, and the result is a variety of dishes that are simply incredible. The chicken soup with dumpling is Jewish gnocchi with shredded meat, blinches with smoked liver, and the title gem, juicy slow-smoked asado from the smokehouse and Bashert's 8-hour smoked brisket, are all must-tries. The restaurant is strictly kosher, and kosher by the Orthodox Jewish community. If you're ever in Safed, don't miss out on this dining experience of a lifetime. Address Jerusalem 35 Safed, Israel 073-231-1331

Jaasmine Rosh Pina - Boutique Lodging

Jaasmine Rosh Pina - Boutique Lodging

Located in Rosh Pina, Jaasmine Rosh Pina features five spacious suites, a lounge, kitchen, and a lush outdoor area with swimming pool and spa. For group or family events or meetings, you can rent one or all five suites in the mansion. You can jump directly into the pool from the suites on the ground floor. Suites on the top floor have balconies facing the Sea of Galilee and the south of the Golan Heights. Outside each is a Jacuzzi with a view. A fresh Israeli breakfast is served every morning in our lounge, including salads, cheeses, eggs and fresh fruit muesli and granola. You will be satiated until the evening after breakfast. To ensure that the meal is a perfect experience, we make sure everything goes according to plan. Chef meals can also be ordered for dinner. In addition to its spacious yard, the Jaasmine Rosh Pina is located on the Golan Heights and overlooks the Sea of Galilee. The yard of the building has a pool with a relaxing view, a jacuzzi, a sauna, and a pleasant and warm jacuzzi, all of which are part of its charm. The furniture, art, sitting areas, pool, lobby, and cozy corners of the mansion were all designed for comfort and aesthetics to ensure the ultimate vacation experience: the courtyards, sitting areas, pool, lobby, and cozy corners. Guests in the suites have their own showers and many other comforts and indulgences, such as a private jacuzzi, espresso machine, and mini coffee maker. More About the Hotel >> Phone: 054-614-9887 Ha-Vered st. 39, Rosh Pina

Places of Interest in Nazareth

Places of Interest in Nazareth

1. BASILICA OF THE ANNUNCIATION, CHURCH OF ST. JOSEPH CARPENTRY COMPLEX Imposing modern two storey Basilica, erected over earlier Byzantine & Crusader church, marks the traditional Roman Catholic site of the Annunciation. The interior enshrines the sunken Grotto of the Annunciation - actual remains of the 1st century maiden home of Mary. 2. CHURCH OF STJOSEPH'S CARPENTRY Situated in the same complex as the Basilica of the Annunciation. Traditionally the original workshop of Joseph and Home of the Holy Family, it contains ruins of 1st century Nazareth. 3. SISTERS OF NAZARETH CONVENT Close to Annunciation complex, housing Youth Hostel and religious hospice, with 1st century excavations including Herodian Tomb (by appointment only). 4. ANCIENT SYNAGOGUE & GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH Within the marketplace is a humble structure of thick, curved stone walls (known as the Synagogue Church) that is the site of the ancient synagogue where Jesus preached as a young man. It stands adjacent to the Greek Catholic church. 5. THE WHITE MOSQUE - EL ABYAD The El Abyad mosque , situated at the edge of the Old Market, was the first to be built in Nazareth in 1812. 6. ANGLICAN CHURCH (Jesus' Church) Designed in the shape of the cross this was the second Anglican church to be built in the Holy-land. Completed 1871. 7. SOURCE OF MARY'S WELL st. GABRIEL GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION The crypt of this ornate 18th century church houses a 1st century spring of water believed to be the source of Mary's Well. The spring is connected to the site of the Well by an underground aqueduct. 8. MARY'S WELL Opposite the St. Gabriel Greek Orthodox Church a modern stone structure in a small garden setting marks the site of Mary's Well. 9. St. MARGARET (Hospice) Anglican orphanage for girls, built in 1874 by Prussian architect. 10. MASCOBIA Russian hospice for pilgrims, built in 1904 by the Russian Duke Sergio, near St. Gabriel Church - influenced by Russian Architecture. 11. GREEK ORTHODOX BISHOPRIC The house of the Bishop, built in 1860 and includes small church completed in 1863. 12. SARAYA The governor house -erected in 1 730 as summer house of the Galilee Governor Daher El-Omar - some addition had been done in 1857. (There is a plan to restore it to be as a Museum). 13. MARONITE CHURCH Also known as the Church of St. Anthony, and situated next to Mensa Christi, was completed in 1774. 14. MENSA CHRISTI (Jesus' Table) Known as Kniset El-Balta (Jesus's table). Here is said that christ dined with his disciples. This church houses a large chalk-stone rock scored with graffiti by countless pilgrims throughout the ages. It was erected in 1860 and belong to the Franciscans. 15. SALESIAN CHURCH OF JESUS AS AN ADOLESCENT Magnificent panoramic view from its site on the peak of the hill. Fine example of modern Gothic architecture. 16. MAQAM NABI SA'IN Shrine erected in the highest point of Nazareth, sacred to both Moslems and Christian were they use to vow. 17. THE OLD MARKET A bustling, colorful Middle Eastern bazaar near the Annunciation complex. 18. KAHN EL-BASHA The Pasha caravanserai, the most important in the city for many centuries, renovated in 1812 by Abdullah Pasha and is part of the White Mosque trust. 19. MAQAM SHIHAB EL-DIN Domed tomb shrine of a Moslem leader - the nephew of Saladin, after the Crusaders. 20. MAQAM EL-SHIEKH AMER Domed Shrine of the brother of Shihab El-Din, rennovatedin 1911. 21. CARMELITE CONVENT 22. FRERES DE BETHARRAM MONASTERY Once known as the White Monks. 23. FRENCH HOSPITAL Interesting architecture. 24. DON GUANELLA 25. EL SALAM MOSQUE A modern, impressive mosque built in the 1960's. 26. COPTIC CHURCH Erected by the small Coptic community of Nazareth in 1952. 27. BAPTIST CHURCH 28. HOLY FAMILY HOSPITAL On the outskirts of the city, interesting architecture with imposing statue of the Virgin Mary nearby. 29. ST, JOSEPH'S SEMINARY 30. SISTERS OF THE ANNUNCIATION (BISHARA NUNS) Noted for the painting of religious icons. 31. NAZARETH HOSPITAL (E.M.M.S) 32. KASER EL-MUTRAN Greek Orthodox Church, built in the place where according to their tradition is the place of the lady's Fright. It was erected in 1862 with the money of a rich Russian woman. 33. THE MOUNT OF THE LEAP OF THE LORD (Mount of Precipice) 2 km. outside the city, where according to legend the people of Nazareth attempted to throw Jesus into the abyss. Site of the Cave of the Leap - one of the most important archeological discoveries in the world, dating back 50,000 years - to the Late and Middle Stone Age periods. 13 human skeletons and over 15,000 artifacts from these Stone Age periods were unearthed. The Nazareth Municipality is now undertaking a massive project to develop this Mount into a major tourist site. 34. ST. CLAIRE'S CONVENT 35. SALESIAN SISTERS 36. HAMMAM (Turkish Bath) Erected behind Mary's Well in 1887 by Tanous Qa'war, the first Mayor of Nazareth. 38. LITTLE SISTERS OF JESUS

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