Description:The Mitzpe Ramon Guest House is located at the heart of the Negev desert, short walk away from the Mitzpe Ramon Visitor Center, and just a short drive away from many attractions and national parks. The rooms have T.V., refrigerator, shower, bathroom... [more]
Nahal Nikrot 4
80600 Mitzpe Ramon,
Phone: +972-8-6588443 Fax: +972-8-6588074
Hechsher from: N/A Kashrut level: regular
Number of rooms / apartments: 47 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 0 (N/A) Kosher restaurant: 1 (in the guesthouse)
The Mitzpe Ramon Guest House is located at the heart of the Negev desert, short walk away from the Mitzpe Ramon Visitor Center, and just a short drive away from many attractions and national parks. The rooms have T.V., refrigerator, shower, bathroom and A/C. The guesthouse has a multi-functional hall which seats 150 and two classrooms with audiovisual equipment.
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