We are glad to welcome our guests with our new boutique wine.
The wine is a production of Carmai Ovdat Farm a boutique vineyard that was founded 13 year ago by the Izraeli family on the remains of an ancient Nabatian Farm. We have selected this unique wine to be Lili’s Place welcome wine, and the perfect companion for a perfect vacation. We hope you enjoy it next time you visit us.
We took the kids to help seal and label Lili's Place new wine. was lots of fun and a great day trip. In the picture in descending (age) order :) - Guy, Jonathan, Mika & Lia
On Jun 4th our guests said "A Great Place to Stay in Israel - Lili's Place is newly renovated, clean, Comfortable, and tastefully decorated with a considerable number of amenities including AC, washer-dryer, parking, espresso machine, WiFi and much more. The owners are wonderful--available, accomodating and helpful. Lili's Place couldn't be in a better location: on a very nice square with a supermarket, bank, cleaners, a couple of lovely cafes and other shops; 1 block from a fabulous beach (where you can rent chairs & umbrellas) and a great all day gourmet breakfast restaurant, Benedicts; convenient located near major highways that run throughout the country and near the Herzliya Technology Park which has great restaurants. It is close to but far enough away from crowded Tel Aviv with all its traffic and parking problems...." see the rest of the review and more on TripAdvisor at http://www.holidaylettings.co.uk/advertdisplay.aspx?home_id=170020&force=true
In case you did not experience the Old Jaffa Flea market. We do recommend Thursday night 21:00 + after it "cools" down.
Last week on Thursday night Ronit and I went for a night out. Checking out the Jaffa Night Market surrounding the old flea market area. I would highly recommend to spend one night. The food is just great people every ware, nice shops... Put Rabbi Pinhas St on your GPS and head out for a great night. It's
all around 3 small streets packed with good places to eat and shop. Check the
bags and other recycled things at 13 Rabbi Pinhas St. Another option is the 90
Bus from the Daniel Hotel or the Marina and get off at the Big Clock at Jaffa
(ask the driver for the best station to get off for the flea market - also ask
about the last bus coming back it should be around midnight).