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  • 1 bedroom

  • 1 bathroom

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Tucked away on Nachalat Binyamin Street, Shades of Pastel is in the middle of everything we love about Tel Aviv. Venture out onto the street on Tuesdays and Fridays to experience the beloved arts and crafts market – or head to Carmel Market to taste some delicacies in one of the many lively restaurants. The home itself is adorned with beautiful tiles and a patio for some outdoor relaxation.


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What to expect


Highlights

This eye-catching chandelier

This eye-catching chandelier

A patio with lounge furniture

A patio with lounge furniture

The renovated 1920s façade

The renovated 1920s façade

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Home truths

    There’s no home manual at the moment – the host is working on putting one together

    It sleeps four guests, but two of them would have to be on a sofa bed in the living room

    The kitchen isn’t super well-equipped

About this stay


Amenities

Laptop friendly workspace

Wi-fi

Air conditioning

Parking available

Washing machine

Dryer

Bedrooms & bathrooms

1 bedroom, 2 beds

1 bathroom

Extras


VIP services

Daily cleaning

Luggage storage

Extras are subject to availability. Please enquire with your host.

Local guide


About Kerem Hateimanim

Nestled in between the Carmel Market and the beach, you'll find Kerem Hateimanim, a small neighbourhood founded by Yemeni immigrants in the 1930s. It’s come a long way since then, and today it’s been taken over by bohemian Tel-Avivians looking for affordable housing. Even though Kerem Hateimanim is in the process of being gentrified, the neighbourhood hasn’t lost the authentic, village-like feel that’s beloved by many. There are still plenty of the original Yemenite restaurants around, which are worth a visit, even if you don’t end up staying in this part of the city.

Get around

Airport

Ben Gurion

28 min

Haifa

1 hr 27 min

Train station

Tel Aviv Ha'Hagana

15 min

Bus stop

HaHagana Railway Station

13 min

Local shops & services

Supermarket

9 min

Cafe

8 min

Pharmacy

6 min

Points of interest

Beach

Aviv Beach

11 min

Booking policies


House Rules

Children welcome (1-12 years)

Infants welcome (under 12 months)

No pets

No parties or events

No smoking

Good to know

Arrival from 13:00

Departure before 11:00

Has a lift

Air con

Wifi speed: 40Mbps

Cancellation policy

  • Up until

    5

    days

    Cancel at least 5 days before your check-in date for a full refund.

  • Not eligible for a refund once your check-in date is under 5 days away.

Host


This home is managed by David

This home is managed directly by a business. A member of their staff will be your point of contact before and during your stay. David speaks both French and English and moved to Tel Aviv two years ago. He looks after twelve other apartments in this beautifully-renovated building, so you can be sure he has plenty of hosting experience.

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