El-Hana is particularly suitable for travelers looking for a clean and pampering place to rest their heads after a tiring excursion day; rates are similar to hostel rates and guests receive their full money’s worth on all counts.
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In a four story house near the municipality square, in the Druze village of Yarka, the Abu Hamda family offers its guests hospitality in authentic Druze style.
The first story houses the kitchen, cooking Druze meals for the house guests and offering catering for the wide public.
The second floor is the family home.
On the third floor there is a dining room designed in eastern style with painted vaulted ceilings hanging with chandeliers, as well as an eastern style decorated floor.
Adjacent to the dining room guests can find spacious bathrooms equipped with separate sinks for men and women’s ritual hand washing.
The fourth floor comprises the six air-conditioned vacation rooms, also designed in eastern style. Each room features a solid-wood bed, white sheets, adjacent bathroom and toilet, cable television, a DVD player and a mini bar.
The six rooms share a spacious living room with indulging leather couches and a huge television screen attached to a Home Theater System.
The joint kitchen is equipped with a large refrigerator, an oven, a stove, a microwave oven and a water bar.
The Abu-Hamda family offer their guests seasonal fruit, home pastries, a coffee and tea set and sweets.
The guest rooms share a spa compound that includes a Jacuzzi for eight and a wet sauna.
A large balcony overlooking the villages of Yarka, Jat, Yanuh, Tefen and Klil all the way to Rosh Hanikra, extends from the living room and the spa. A pleasant breeze blows here year round, even in the hot summer months.
Lodging price includes a rich Druze breakfast; and can be reduced if guests prepare their breakfast on their own.
For additional charge, guests may order lunch and dinner, served in the dining hall (minimum 12 people) or cook their meals on their own in the accessorized kitchen.
The place is particularly suitable for travelers looking for a clean and pampering place to rest their heads after a tiring excursion day; rates are similar to hostel rates and guests receive their full money’s worth on all counts.
The place is suitable for observant people: the breakfast and the dining room are kosher and accompanied by a Kashrut Certificate.