“Lagat Be Shamiyim” (“To Touch the Sky”) - Druze Hospitality
Come and catch the sky and enjoy
an unforgettable experience.
The Abu Haya Family invites you “To Touch the Sky” and feel as if you are above the clouds;
at the heart of the Mount Meron Nature Reserve, at a height of almost 3500' above sea-level and with a spectacular, breathtaking view.
Beit Jann is the highest town in Israel being situated at the top of Mount Tsafrir in the Hills of Galilee and the Guest Rooms command a panoramic view of the Meron Nature reserve, Mount Carmel, the Mediterranean Sea, Beit Jann Village and the Golan Heights.
If you want “To Catch the Sky” and enjoy the warmth of authentic, traditional Druze hospitality, we invite you to stay at one of our six, spacious, special Bed & Breakfast Guest Units.
The location is enchanting, the air is clear, the atmosphere is especially pleasant and the hospitality, warm and friendly.
N.B. don’t forget to bring warm clothes for the evening – even in summer.
In the rooms:
There are three standards of rooms:
Class 'A +' : “Ha Suita Shel Moran” (“Moran's Suite”) - an extremely luxurious Log Cabin, which has a Dry Sauna, a Large Hot Tub, en suite shower, spacious double bed, luxurious seating area, air-conditioning, LCD television, log fire, kitchen with mini-bar refrigerator, microwave oven, electric kettle and all the different types of tea and coffee.
Class 'A' : Four luxury units which can accommodate both couples and families. Each unit contains a double bed, a spacious seating area, a bed-settee, a luxurious double Hot Tub,
en suite shower, air-conditioning, television, kitchen with mini-bar refrigerator, microwave oven, electric kettle and all the different types of tea and coffee.
The units were built and designed to the highest standard with attention to every detail, in order to ensure the comfort and privacy of the guests.
Class 'B' : Spacious, accommodation for couples or families with a double bed, children's beds, adjacent shower, sitting area and kitchen with refrigerator, microwave oven, electric kettle and all the types of tea and coffee (no hot tub).
There is a spacious patio leading to a large garden with lawns, children's games and a luxurious swing chair, an old well with a fountain, a barbecue area with grill and a rockery.
New: For the convenience of our visitors, we've added a communal kitchen and dining-room- cum-lounge, where several families can sit together.
We offer our visitors guided tours of the village, including to a local vantage point, the “Aya Natural” soap factory, and to a site which is holy to the Druze, an enthralling lecture on Druze Heritage and Traditions, Historical Background, the Mysteries of the Druze Faith, and riveting stories of Reincarnation. (By prior arrangement only)
Half-Olympic sized swimming pool nearby.
Guided tours and Jeep and ATV trips in the area.
The Ancient Village of Peki-iin is only 8 minutes drive away as are beautiful parks with delightful walking trails.
1.Home-made, Traditional Druze Breakfast, consisting of omelets made with mint, dill, hyssop,onion and special herbs, lebane (soft, goats' milk cheese) with hyssop and olive oil olives, pickles and of course, Druze pita (very thin, large pita).
2. Lunch and Evening Meals with all the delicacies of the sumptuous Druze cuisine,including barbecued beef and lamb, can be ordered.
Viewing the landscape from Mount Ari
Visit and Lecture at “Aya Natural” - olive-oil-based soaps and creams
Free coffee, tea, milk and soft drinks throughout the whole visit.
Home-made lebane (soft, white goats' cheese), Druze pita-bread and pure olive oil are all on sale.