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Recent Israel reviews

  • Best House For Big Family

    "For 10 years we have spent many holidays in this lovely part of Israel staying in various properties and 5 stars hotels, some good, some not so good. Three years ago we found Villa Anat and our search for the perfect place for our holiday is over. We will be returning for our sixth visit this year - what more can we say? The kitchen, the bed rooms, the living room, garden and the pool the Herzelia Pituach beach near by, the amenities, the tranquility altogether make it the ideal location to spend a relaxing holiday. Beautifully Designed by owners Uri and Anat nothing has been forgotten for the comfort and convenience of guests.We have no hesitation in recommending Villa Anat, for us it is idyllic and it worth every pound we spend!"
    Guest: Yoav Yardeni Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 22, 2015
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  • Great month-long base in Jerusalem

    "We made this apartment our home for a month when our daughter got married in March 2015. It was perfect for us. I’ll try not to repeat what other reviewers have said, but to add details. Hama’aravim is a pedestrian lane. Car access is blocked from Agron Street by barricades at the delivery entrance to the Waldorf, which served us well as a pull-over spot for loading/unloading passengers, baggage, etc. The lane leads to a large, pretty garden courtyard for the King David apartments which provides an alternate route to King David Street and the YMCA (I used the gym there). The location was central for sightseeing and restaurants. We went out nearly every night by foot to eat nearby, usually on Shlomtsiyon Ha’Malka Street, which provided better variety and quality than the restaurants in the nearer Mamilla Mall. Besides the Old City, we walked through Moshe Yemen, German Colony and Mea Shearim/Ben Yehuda Street (the last two with taxi assist one direction). The Waldorf construction is long completed, but now there is work on a new apartment building next door; noise level was ok but should improve when the project is done. No work is done on Shabbat or during the whole week of Pesach. The laundry machines were better than what we usually get in Europe (the washing machine can be set for a 30 minute load and the dryer dries within a reasonable time). The spacious, bright living/dining room with its high ceilings, large windows and access to the balcony was a cheerful place to gather and relax for family and visitors. It also had plenty of room for the drying rack when the outdoor patio was too cold or damp. Sharon and Perry continue to be helpful and delightful. For example, Sharon met us at the apartment to explain how everything worked, and Perry arranged for us to pay remotely for a parking meter so that we didn’t have to get up early one morning. We expect to be returning to Israel as our daughter has made her home there with her husband and hope to be able to return to this great apartment on Hama’aravim."
    Guest: Peter and Cynthia Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: May 21, 2015
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