Zehava Country Style Guesthouse
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NameZehava Country Style Guesthouse
AddressMoshav Beit Hillel, 12255, Beit Hillel Israel | 0.9 miles miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: | Fax: | Official Homepage
- Large Groups
Top 9 Features
- Central heating,
- Air conditioning
- Express check-in/ out,
- Garden or park,
- Hotel bar,
- 24-hour reception,
- WiFi in Lobby,
- Kids' playground
- Bike Rental,
- Horse riding,
- Table Tennis,
- Hiking trail
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