This charming inn takes its name from the original Hotel Shulamit, where the 1948 Armistice Treaty was signed. Among the menu's delectables—along with the home-smoked meats—are seasonal chestnut soup, shrimp with wild rice, and an elegant array of desserts. If you can't bear to leave, the inn has three French country–style guest rooms.
34 David Shub St., Rosh Pina, 1200000, Israel
Sep 16, 2010
We've eaten at Auberge Shulamit many times both alone (our family) and with tourist groups which we've brought to share the great food together. We have never been disappointed with the historic building, the delightful ambiance, attentive wait staff and delicious food. But this time we decided to stay in the Bed & Breakfast and again were delighted with the experience. We highly recommend the hotel and the restaurant. We will be back again twice