‘Mul Shkia’ (Facing the Sunset) Cabins

On the way to ‘Mul Shkia’ Cabins, located on the roof, guests pass through a yielding garden with fruit trees, a vine pergola and a magnificent blossom of daffodils, anemone and primrose blooming in the ravines.

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Contact and address

Phone for reservations
077-9964483
Location
Avdon

Contacting host

28 spiral steps lead to a roof-top porch covered with a wood deck and overlooking the magnificent view of the Western Galilee Mountains and the Northern coastline from Rosh Hanikrah to the ships in Haifa bay. Every evening nature gives her performance featuring its’ huge red sun-ball setting in the ocean.
The two cabins located on the house roof-porch are built as one space. They are charming beautifully designed, sparkling clean and are offered at a very attractive rate that makes them especially popular among youth and soldiers (who enjoy an additional discount).
The attention paid by Sisi, the hostess, to the smallest detail is heartwarming; from linen to towels, the divider designed to separate the Jacuzzi and shower from the general space of the room in order to allow some privacy, and up to the toothpicks, Q-tips, the beautiful cutlery and the disposable kitchen ware designated for religious people.
Each cabin has a double bed, an accessorized kitchen that may be used for cooking, and an espresso machine. In addition guest can enjoy a satellite television, a DVD player, a movie library and a small bathroom with a sink and a toilet.
Sisi treats her guests with wine, chocolate, a coffee and tea set, grape jam homemade from grapes picked off the vine pergola, eggs from the family chicken coop and fresh milk. On the balcony, next to the garden furniture stands the outdoors grill.
The second cabin also has an unforgettable view: here, in addition to the sea and the coastline guests can see the Keshet cave, located so close that it seems one can reach out and touch it. This cabin is larger and fancier than the other one. The sitting corner contains two armchairs, an adjustable television, a private sauna and a Jacuzzi surrounded by windows with a view to the landscape.
Sisi’s cordial and direct hospitality as well as her fair rates, awards her many returning guests and the name of the place is passed by word of mouth.

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