The story of Shulamit yard
In 1878 a group of young Jews from Zefat dreaming of being farmers ascended the eastern slopes of Mt. Canaan and settled below the Arab village of Jauni in a place they called Rosh Pina. The new settlement grew in time to become a flourishing farming village.
Turning from the main road leading from the Sea of Galilee up north to the ruins of the ancient Canaanite city state of Hazor, in a 120 years old farm house you will find the unique tranquil place of “Shulamit Yard.”
The old mansion, the inner yard with the pool, the old dairy and the stable house were all carefully restored by the granddaughter of late Moshe, a farmer and shepherd and his wife Ester, the cheese maker. This farm yard accommodates today modern, tastefully and individually furnished guest rooms and a spacious and relaxing lounge with a library, chess sets and a unique collection of local and regional traditional furniture, art objects and old traditional tools.
This unique, tasteful place is offering the guests an unusual experience of retreat from the modern busy life in a charming atmosphere and warm familiar hospitality.
Free resident car parking
Free wifi access
Tea & coffee making facilities