Two boarding houses (zimmers) and a single villa compose the Al Hakatze Complex at Moshav Shtula. And indeed nothing suits the complex better than its name – the boarding houses and the villa are situated on the edge of the mountain, overlooking the breathtaking landscape of an endless oak grove and the Lebanon border. The peace and quiet here and disturbed only by the tinkling sounds of the wind chimes hanging between the trees and by the chirping birds.
Both spa cabins are old-style wooden cabins yet they provide maximum pampering. Each cabin comprises a wood fireplace for the cold winter days, an enormous spa jaccuzi in a roofed terrace outside the cabin, an indoor jaccuzi and a dry sauna. In every cabin stands a wooden double bed with white beddings and chests of drawers and reading lamps on both of its sides. A mirror above the jaccuzi enlarges the room and enables viewing the scenery outside. Also in the cabin: a qualitative sofa that turns into a double bed designated for children, a dining table, a kitchenette with a minibar, a microwave, tableware and pots as well as an electric stove and an air conditioner.
The spacious bathroom comprises a shower stall, a ceramic designed sink and toiletries. The satellite TV includes open channels and there is also an audio system whose speakers are scattered throughout the cabin.
One of the cabins includes a wooden deck with garden furniture and a scenery terrace at the roof level overlooking the entire region.
The roofed terrace that houses the enormous spa jaccuzi is surrounded by windows overlooking the scenery and contains a ceramic table, chairs and a recumbence couch. The large lawn is shared by both boarding houses, hammocks are hung among the trees, the gardening is very meticulous and the garden itself blooms and blossoms and garden furniture are scattered all over the place. The logs for the fireplace are kept at the entrance of each boarding house.