A serene location in the heart of Safed’s Artists’ Quarter, just steps from the Rimonim Hotel.
Adjacent to the Beit Yosef Rimon on the cobblestoned Tet Vav Street, enter the Serenity Guest House via a main room complete with a day bed, galley kitchen and wooden table to seat six, plus flat screen TV with cable. Guests can enjoy free internet access.
There is a large fridge/freezer, sink, microwave oven, kettle, glasses, mugs, wineglasses plus meat and dairy cutlery. For those who are Shomer Shabbat, the Serenity comes with a hotplate, urn and Shabbat timers. A shower is just off the kitchen area with a sink outside. Enter an archway into a small second bedroom, a perfect space for children to sleep, with two single beds and turquoise flowery bedding.
The main bedroom features a magnificent white plastered dome with the original flower relief etched into the centre. Walls around are exposed to reveal the original stone. There are two single beds dressed with pink and red bedding and flanked by two antique bedside tables. A brown leather ottoman is a perfect spot for relaxing with a book. Scented candles, vases and flowers are set into recessed stone niches. A large en suite bathroom has a ceramic hand-painted sink, a claw foot tub with shower faucet plus toilet.
Additional Information: All rooms are air conditioned and heated and offer ample room for hanging up clothes. The Serenity sleeps six comfortably and you can request an extra bed and/or crib to sleep a maximum of seven people. Parking is close by on Rehov Tet Zion. The shops and restaurants of the main street are steps above, just a five-minute walk away, while the galleries and synagogues of the Old City are below, a ten-minute walk away. Note: Larger groups or families can take both the Rimon and Serenity units. When taken together, they can accommodate up to 14 guests.