Pastoralic village sea view house


Gehele woonhuis aangeboden door Liza And Hezi

5 gasten, 2 slaapkamers, 5 bedden, 2 badkamers
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Our Home...
If you are nature lovers and seeking for a unique experience - our place is for you. Located on top of the hill overlooking a beautiful reserve and sea, surrounded by historical architecture and wild nature.
Cozy house with unique and rustic look alike wild backyard and spacious front yard with ninja facilities for kids.
It's a perfect vacation home families, couples or solo adventurers.

De ruimte
The house was built and renovated in 80s for the first time. Recently we renovated the house again - indoors and outdoors. Every space has its own unique interior which was made to maximise its potential. All of the outdoor areas were built by us (the owners), therefore, nothing has standard size or form and each space has its own uniqueness and purpose.

Hezi is a carpenter and Liza is a product designer. Together, with our two little boys, we built our home. Enjoy carefully :)

Waar je slaapt

Slaapkamer 1
1 kingsize bed
Slaapkamer 2
2 eenpersoonsbedden, 1 vloermatras
Gemeenschappelijke ruimtes
1 slaapbank

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Toegang tot het strand – aan het strand
Gratis parkeren op het terrein
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HaBonim, Haifa District, Israël

Around the house
It is a house inside a neighbourhood that located next to additional house and kindergarten. The other areas are open to the wild nature with many species of animals, birds and insects.

The surroundings

- In the moshav we have small supermarket.
Open hours: Sun-Thu 7:30 – 18:00
- You can take a walk around the moshav to visit cowshed and horses (Only the brown horses!)
- Visit the HaBonim nature reserve. You can go by a car (4 min drive) or walking (approx. 20 min) Open hours: 8:00 – 20:00.
Make sure to sign up through Reshut HaTeva ve HaGanim prior your visit

Habonim Reserve
1) Day and night campground - the site is on the central beach, and offers visitors a whole range of possibilities for outdoor recreation. There is an information center on marine mammals and the coastal environment, a kiosk, bathing beach, shade canopies, picnic tables, receptacles for lighting bonfires, and, of course, toilets and beach showers.

2) Walking trail - a circular trail along a rocky beach with more inlets than any other in the country. The path is marked in red, and the trail starts in the southern parking lot and turns southward, along the length of the bays. In the area of the "Flower Hill", the trail splits into two. It passes by a number of attractions that are unique to this site, such as the "Blue Cave" - a cave formed over the course of many years by processes of erosion, dissolution and collapse, which acquired its name thanks to its shades of blue, whose beauty attracts many visitors; "Shell Bay" - an inlet lined with a thick layer of shells that have found their way to shore; and the "Shipwreck" - the remains of a ship that was carrying cement and went aground near to the shore. Evidence of human activity can be found in the chain of ancient wells that were dug here in order to reach the groundwater, which is very close to the surface. The wells provided the inhabitants with drinking water, and were also used for irrigation - alongside them you can see the remains of stone troughs for watering animals. Along the trail there are also the remains of channels and ponds from the fish-breeding industry, as well as a large, ancient kurkar quarry, and the "Cleopatra Cave" - a pool originally carved out by man, which has undergone natural erosion with the help of the waves. The water reaches this pool in an underground cave beneath the rock. According to legend, Cleopatra was entranced by the magical beauty of the pool, and even bathed in it, and in doing so gave it its name. To the east of the kurkar ridge is the "gutter" – a shallow valley in the form of a drainpipe, which drains the rainwater and streams. Because of the topographic and geological conditions of the area, the "gutter" is frequently flooded in the winter, and at the end of winter visitors can enjoy the sun's-eye tulip flowers that stand out in fiery red against the landscape.

3) Tel Dor National Park – Tel Dor has the remains of an ancient city and an ancient harbor, built in this location because of the natural inlets of the shoreline. The mound rises up above the waterline, providing breathtaking views, and containing fascinating and exciting finds within. The Dor port city was founded in Canaanite times (some 3500 years ago). Ships anchored in the natural bays for rest, or found shelter there from storms, and so the need arose for a settlement to provide additional services to those anchoring there. Dor grew into a large, fortified city, as evidenced by the public buildings, private homes, and, of course, large walls whose remains are found in the western part of the tel. The city knew days of prosperity and glory, as well as periods of destruction and poverty, and was only abandoned in the Byzantine period. Remains from the different periods were found in excavations carried out in the tel in recent decades, in which interesting and unique items have been uncovered. Among the finds, for example, are vessels from Egypt, which came from the Egyptian ships that anchored in the harbor, as well as mosaic floors, anchors from several periods, and more. The finds are on display in the Mizgaga museum at nearby Kibbutz Nahsholim, a museum that tells the fascinating story of the city of Dor.

Ein Hod Village
Ein Hod has 22 galleries, 14 art workshops, 2 museums and 14 rooms for rent to tourists. Workshops include printing, sculpture, photography, silk screening, music (vocal), ceramics, mosaics, design, stained glass, lithography and blacksmithing.
Throughout the year, free outdoor jazz concerts are held on Saturdays near the village's central square.

Zichron Yaakov
Surrounded by vineyards, making it one of the best places to enjoy the native wines. Stop by the Tishbi Vineyards for wines that include Merlot, Syrah and Rieslings. You can even bring your own bottle and fill up from one of the wine fountains for a small price. The Carmel Winery is another good place to visit. One of the most famous wineries in Israel, they offer tasting rooms and trained guides who can walk you through the different wines made here.
You can also visit The Ramat Hanadiv Nature Reserve. This large nature reserve is home to many beautiful local plants and several diverse land species such as wild boar. The park offers well-kept trails and concerts and programs designed specifically for children. There are also lectures about the environment and a restaurant that serves dishes made from locally grown ingredients.

Aangeboden door Liza And Hezi

Lid sinds november 2012
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Hi, We are Hezi and Liza. We live at Habonim village which is located on one of the most beautiful shores of Israel. We have 2 small boys. Hezi is a carpenter and Liza is an artist and a design manager at Microsoft. Our house we built with our own hands.
Hi, We are Hezi and Liza. We live at Habonim village which is located on one of the most beautiful shores of Israel. We have 2 small boys. Hezi is a carpenter and Liza is an artist…

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