Forget everything you know about Kibbutz hospitality. The Travelers’ hotel at Kibbutz Eilon is the living proof that hospitality in a lovely place, in comfortable and well-kept rooms at a fair and decent price is possible without having to empty all your savings.
The place is designed for people who like traveling and are looking for a clean, pleasant and inviting place to put their head down at the end of a long excursion day.
These 28 rooms and family apartments are scattered within a Caron and Oak grove. The complex includes a dining room offering guests an Israeli breakfast in the best Kibbutz tradition.
The premises are submerged in green, the quiet is magical, and the only noise heard here is that of birds singing, crickets chirping and children’s laughter.
The rooms are designed in pleasant simplicity, their floor covered in wood parquet. The illumination is pleasant, and the walls are adorned with drawings and landscape photography made by an artist. All these give the rooms a homey, heartwarming sensation.
Each one of the rooms is equipped with a double bed and convertible sofa beds for children, a television and an accessorized kitchen, a shower and a bathroom. Some rooms have a private balcony and Studio rooms have a large balcony shared by all the rooms and equipped with tables and chairs. In apartments suitable for families with up to three children, there is a separate room for kids, a balcony with a view, a plasma screen, separate parents unit, a bathroom and toilet and an accessorized kitchen.
Outdoors guests can enjoy the spacious lawns, barbeque facilities and tables and chairs.
Although the Travelers’ Hotel is designed to serve as a hostel for guests who like traveling, in the event gusts decide they wish to stay in the hotel, or in the event guests or their children desire some more action after an excursion day, guests may enjoy the tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, the swimming pool in the summer (in winter guests are welcome to use the indoor pool at Kibbutz Evron). In addition, guests can visit the Davidzon Garden, a garden of status and totem poles exhibiting 300 works, integrated in a natural grove and a blooming garden, and to hear the unique story of the artist. Entrance for a fee.