Exclusive boutique hotel. An ecological system maintains the water clean in the private pools available to guests in each suite. Dipping in the water amongst water lilies and climbing water plants, is an extraordinary experience that is complemented
The Community of Abirim is planted at the heart of a dense oak forest touching the spacious backyards of its houses. Beyond the forest, landscapes of the Galilee can be seen from all sides and Goren Park touches from the west, where the Mediterranean Sea can be identified in the distance as well. The façade of The House in Abirim, an exclusive boutique hotel, is unobtrusive. An electric gate and a wall hide maintaining its guests’ privacy.
On the other side of the wall, between the trees and the shielding garden, among pools loaded with water flowers and ducts bubbling with fresh water, guests’ lives in the hotel are carried on in extreme privacy at an entirely different pace from that of the world outside.
It took Ronny and Tal, a couple of designers responsible for the design of quiet a few prestigious hotels and guest rooms in the Galilee, 9 years to realize their own dream. The first suites to open were the northern and the southern ones, two private and secluded villas concealed within the intricate forest; the three additional new suites were built next, also offering the same level of privacy and comfort.
An ecological system maintains the water clean in the private pools available to guests in each suite. Dipping in the water amongst water lilies and climbing water plants, is an extraordinary experience that is complemented by a dip in the “hot tub” also available to guests. Each suite is designed to the ultimate indulgence and comfort that Tal and Ronny could imagine, and the hotel’s high occupancy attests to its popularity.