Speaking to the accommodations...This place is charming but certainly nothing outstanding. It does have lots of eclectic character. The artist/owner is so very kind but her style of artwork looks very out of place in this rustic setting. I guess it goes along with the rest of the hodge podge of decor one will find their room decorated with. Speaking to the restaurant...the entree I had was good, not great, and the service was just plain terrible. The appetizers were great. I do find the design of the restaurant beautiful and the views from it spectacular. I think that overall this place is overrated and overpriced for what it is.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pina-Barosh is a family boutique inn at the picturesque restoration site of the artsy village Rosh-Pina, Located at the foot of mount Cana'an. The stone building overlooking the Hulla valley, Golan Heights and Mount Hermon, was established in 1876. Its upper floor is still occupied today by the sixth generation of the original settlers. The ground level of this unique building was once used as the farm livestock yard and been restored in 1991. Today the domain offers seven distinctive rooms, a private luxurious house located next to the wadi of Rosh Pina, the reputable chef restaurant Shiri Bistro conducted by the familys' daughter Shiri, and a professional Wine Bar specializes in the boutique local wines and wine tours of the Galilee and the Golan. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Pina Barosh Hotel Rosh Pina