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    Offy – a holiday on the beach

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    Facing one of the most beautiful beaches of Israel on the cliffs on Moshav Beit Yanai you will find Offy on the beach with 5 accommodation apartments with 2-3 rooms and an additional romantic apartment for couples. The apartments are all fully air conditioned and equipped and surrounded by a lovely courtyard with shaded seating areas.

    The Beit Yanai beach has a lifeguard service and a restaurant open until the small hours.

    Nearby there are many activities and attractions for the whole family with petting farms, play areas, a horse farm, a shopping center, clubs and pubs.

    The accommodation apartments:
    There are 7 air conditioned and equipped apartments just a few steps away from the beach:
    · 5 apartments with 2-3 rooms suitable for couples and families.
    · 2 romantic apartments including a Jacuzzi, suitable for couples.

    Services and amenities in the apartments:
    2-3 spacious rooms with a seating area
    Large kitchenette with utensils and a dining area
    Jacuzzi (in the units for couples).
    Air conditioning
    Cable television
    Covered balcony
    A well kept garden with garden furniture and shaded seating areas.
    Hammocks and swings

    In the courtyard and the nearby area:
    The apartments are surrounded by a beautiful well kept garden with garden furniture, hammocks and swings and a basketball court.

    On the beach there are huts, sports facilities, lifeguards and restaurants open till very late.

    Adjacent to Beit Yanai is a shopping center “Emtza Haderech” with a selection of shops and restaurants.

    A holiday with us will leave you wanting to return for more, making this an unforgettable experience.

    בית ינאי Beit Yanai-

    Beit Yanai is a moshav in central Israel. Located on the Sharon Plain on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea around 6 kilometers north of Netanya it falls under the jurisdiction of Heffer Valley Regional Council.
    The moshav was founded in 1933 by immigrants from Lithuania and Poland and was named after Alexander Jannaeus and it later absorbed more immigrants from South Africa.