The Akhziv Field School is the ideal lodging solution for traveling families looking for a nice, clean, comfortable, inexpensive place to put their heads down after a day of excursion. The school offers 31 non-identical rooms. The rooms are simple
The Akhziv Field School is the ideal lodging solution for traveling families looking for a nice, clean, comfortable, inexpensive place to put their heads down after a day of excursion.
The school is situated in a dreamy location; on the Akhziv shoreline, and opens directly to the Akhziv promenade and the beach. The place is well-groomed and beautiful, and has a spacious lawn, camping grounds within a grove, outdoors grilling facilities and an area for bonfires.
At the heart of the complex stands an impressive sycamore tree so large that it takes four people to surround its trunk. Tamarisk, Eucalyptus and olive trees as well as date palms and grapevines – almost all the seven kinds (of crops in the land of Israel) – are in bloom everywhere. In season guests can pick and enjoy Majhul dates directly of the trees.
Between the rooms there are shaded corners with recycled benches and tables. Near the reception office there is a kind of a small nature reserve including a small water pool and a waterfall. At night frogs visit here and Robins and Sunbirds build their nests among the branches of the Chasteberry.
The school offers 31 non-identical rooms. The rooms are simple and functional, youth hostel style. Each room features wooden beds, sheets, towels, shampoo, soap, a table and chairs, an electric kettle, a coffee and tea set, and a mini refrigerator. The toilet and the shower are separate.
Some of the rooms were upgraded and are very high level. Five of them comprise a satellite television. Four of the units comprise four rooms each, three showers, and three bathrooms. The kitchen is separate and especially large and comprises a table and chairs and a large refrigerator. These units are accessible to the disabled and are accessorized accordingly to the level of handles in the bathroom.
Breakfast is included, and served in the dining hall. On holidays and during the summer season accommodations are based on half board.
The school premises include a club for guests’ free use featuring a television, an internet station, tables, chairs and a samovar (coffee and tea are offered in the rooms).
In the month of august and on holidays guided tours embark from the school free of charge. Guests who do not sleep in the school are welcome to join the tours at an affordable price. The tour leaves in a convoy of private vehicles to the trip area; and lasts about two hours. Subject to advance registration.