Zimmar B&B

Lev HaKfar

Lev HaKfar

luxurious suites in a discreet site
Estate in the Village

Estate in the Village

A luxurious holiday in double or family boutique suites in Talmei Bilu
HaMaarav HaRagua – (The Tranquil West)

HaMaarav HaRagua – (The Tranquil West)

Stop the city – I want to go to the Negev!! Are you fed up with the pressure, the noise and the exhaust fumes of cars? Come to Maarav HaRagua and get acquainted with a very different and delightful region of the country.
Zohar BaDesheh

Zohar BaDesheh

Zohar BaDesheh at Moshav Ein HaBasor on the banks of the HaBasor Stream
Halomot LaPaz

Halomot LaPaz

A connection between nature, simplicity and love
The 12th Point

The 12th Point

Sort of an island of sanity.
Kfar Navon

Kfar Navon

five quality guest houses, built incorporating wood, stone, marble, steel, glass and mosaics.
Mul HaZabar

Mul HaZabar

On Moshav Nir Akiva in the northern Negev
Kan Pecan

Kan Pecan

Guest houses in Tkuma, three large, spacious and air conditioned guest houses suitable for hosting couples and families.
The Herb Farm

The Herb Farm

Near Habsor stream in Ein Habsor, are the Herb Farm guest houses.
One Heart

One Heart

all types of lodging, suitable for couples and families.
Eynot Bar

Eynot Bar

A desert hospitality area alongside attractions and hydrotherapy in Gvaot Bar in the northern Negev
Pearl of Dreams

Pearl of Dreams

luxurious guest houses
Rakuya Japanese Guestrooms

Rakuya Japanese Guestrooms

Japanese style accommodation at Moshav Ein HaBasor
The Chef’s Miracles Guestroom (HaNissim shel haChef)

The Chef’s Miracles Guestroom (HaNissim shel haChef)

A luxurious and romantic wooden cabin and an enchanting and delightful restaurant
Teva Habsor B&B

Teva Habsor B&B

Teva HaBasor is an organic and rural style accommodation complex
Kerem Hazeitim (the Olive Groves)

Kerem Hazeitim (the Olive Groves)

hree magical guestrooms and a villa for family accommodation.
Mi’Berashit

Mi’Berashit

In the heart of a pastoral fruit orchard you will find a guest unit and Spa – Mi’Berashit