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  • Anonymous
    April 27, 2014

    This is a real hide away for people just fallen in love. Very romantic cave right in the nature with a nice view over the hill site of the Westbank. The guy, Nisan, was very helpful and always available via his mobile phone if we needed something. He gave us instruction on the technique onsite as well as a brief introduction on the history of the site. The breakfast on top of the cave was very nice and relaxing with all the smell of the herbs around..

    The place is hard to find. There are no road signs to the location. We had to call the police to find out where it was located, as you cannot spot the place from the outside. The Columbarium is a hideaway B&B and not a luxury guesthouse as advertised, IMHO, way overpriced – 1/3 of the price we paid would be okay. There is no infrastructure like restaurants and bars around. We had to drive 30 minutes to the restaurant that Nisan suggested. The restaurant was very nice, but quite a drive for a dinner. For getting in and out the place, we had to call the host to open the gate. The hot tube in the room is very nice and unique, but is makes the entire cave feel moist and even the bed linen was moistly. The breakfast was quite light on the items provided, may be due to the Passover. The electricity installation in the room looks quite adventurous.


  • Margaret
      United States of America
    February 15, 2014

    The suites at Columbarium are a very unique experience - designed by a sculptor, they are both artful and comfortable with your very own walk in spa pool. Set in the "Napa Valley" of Israel, this is a lovely romantic get away destination. Perfect for a honeymoon or special anniversary or just because you love each other! Make sure you bring provisions for a barbecue for dinner so you don't have to drive in to Kyriat Gat or make do with the Pizza option from the Kibbutz.


  • Mo
      United Kingdom
    January 31, 2014

    Very unusual hotel, loved nearly every thing about it, but especially having our own personal heated plunge pool, the enormous round double bed, great TV, and the breakfast was great.

    Was really hard to find, no signs, and the big gate and high fence round the village was a bit off putting, until we found out the reason. There was no where to go and eat in the evening, which we weren't told when booking, and none of the information was in English.


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