The warm atmosphere of Kibbutz Eilon blends into the pastoral Galilee. The result: A dream vacation with a magical hospitality experience. Welcome to the Eilon Travel Hotel. The hotel’s location at the edge of Goren Park, at the heart of Kibbutz Eilon, which is ensconced in a forest of large oak and carob trees, promises you a relaxed and pleasurable vacation in a green environment that is full of hiking paths and attractions.
When you arrive, you will receive a map of the area from us that includes discounts for the hottest and most worthwhile restaurants and attractions. Any questions? We await you at the reception desk to advise, recommend, and give tips for preferred hiking trails, and for activities that you can’t afford to miss.
The hotel’s rooms
The Eilon Travel Hotel has 10 studio rooms, 8 rooms for couples, and 10 apartments (including one with a room that is disabled-accessible); the design line is clean and crisp. All the rooms are surrounded by inviting areas for resting under the treetops that will let you enjoy a family campfire get-together with an amazing view, and a real connection to nature.
Eating and hiking
You are served a delicious Israeli breakfast in the dining room, or you can enjoy it in the family seating areas on the nearby deck in the shadow of an ancient carob tree. In addition, you will find seating areas with benches and swings all around the hotel complex, among the trees. After you have finished eating, you’ll very quickly discover that the entire area is filled with things to do!
Just a few hundred meters from the hotel, you will find a path leading to Nahal Betzet (Betzet stream), and from the Kibbutz you can quickly and easily get to the most beautiful hiking trails in the North: Montfort Castle, Nahal Kziv (Kziv stream), Ein Hardaliot (the Mustard spring), Nahal Betzet (Betzet stream), Keshet Cave, and other popular, breathtaking spots.
Special attractions at Kibbutz Eilon
A short walk from the suites will lead you to a variety of attractions such as a petting zoo, the Bistro 899 restaurant, the Mika café and bakery, and the Keshet Eilon concert hall. Do you want a special souvenir of your vacation?
Come visit the Kibbutz’s unique boutique stores: The Rak Shnia second-hand store, the Karni gallery of Galilean furniture, and the Jinjit designer store.
You will enjoy our Saturday guided tours that accure from time to time, and during holidays and in August, Yasmin’s creative workshops await you, which include the use of acorns, pinecones, and other natural materials. In addition, the Kibbutz holds lantern tours, at the end of which participants meet at a forest clearing and enjoy a rousing sing-along.