Ein Harod Country Suites & Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
TravelPod Member ReviewsEin Harod Country Suites & Guesthouse Nazareth
Stayed here for one night in summer of 2012. Very comfortable spaceous room....however a little scary as the room was actually fit as a bomb shelter. Ein Harod is a rural village on the edge of the Jezereel valley, but pretty close to Beit Shen for whatever you need. it is adjacent to Ein harod pool which was completely dry when we visited, however we were there for the site of the Biblical Spring. People were very nice. the food was subpar to any other county lodge I've been to.
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... a bus or sherut for Barry to get to Tel Aviv. We also had Maccas for lunch, cosher of course.
Im going to base here for a couple of days so I can finish looking around later in the week.
Tomorrow I going up to the Golan Heights
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