I invite you for an unforgettable experience in the middle of the dessert. I await your arrival, Gal :)
“Gal is a very kind person who keeps their home very clean and comfortable. I wish I knew how to play guitar to utilize the one provided in the room. Gal was courteous even after my stay had ended and really helped me by letting me keep my bags their while I did some exploring! Some other reviews mentioned noise, and I did not find it to be a deal breaker in any way. Anyone visiting the area would benefit from this stay. Affordable, comfy, and clean. Thank you, Gal!”
Shully's house is located in Midreshet Ben Gurion, Tirtza Atar , 9. a 5-minute walk from the beautiful promenade at the edge of Zin valley . The apartment is a bright and spacious basement apartment with a small green courtyard , great place to drink the morning coffee. you can find everything you need in the hospitality, free wireless internet, clean bathroom and shower , Fully equipped kitchen, wardrobe, TV...
“Shully is a very nice and very helpful hostess with good advice on the area and the place. Midreshet Ben Gurion is particularly suitable as a base for hikes in the magnificent En Avdet National Park. If you want, you can go from the place directly on the trail.”
A beautiful, simple, but comfortable economy room, that has many of Kelly's and Yaron's personal touches. Decorated in Desert Rose's country style, with soft pastels and homemade touches. Its on the second floor, so there's a flight of stairs to the apartment. There is a large rooftop veranda with a desert view and shaded pergola seating area.
“I highly recommend Kelly's Desert Rose Apartment to anyone looking for accommodation in this area. You will receive a warm welcome, value for money is right, and it is spotless. Everything needed is available in the apartment. We wanted to do an Advad Tour the next day and Kelly gave us tips for the tour, more! We were able to park our car at the other end of the valley and her husband drove us back to the entrance of the national park because the tour can only travel in one direction. That's what I call hospitality! Thanks Kelly.”