Both a guesthouse and a hostel—so there are accommodations here for people in all price ranges and group sizes—the inn is set in a splendid 200-year-old Nazareth mansion, replete with high, hand-painted ceilings; Ottoman arches; splendid Turkish marble floors and a lovely garden. The private rooms have simple, but clean wooden furnishings; and the dorm rooms have the usual hostel bunkbeds. But one comes here more for the overall ambiance than the décor. Included in the price of the stay is a free tour, during which the very moving history of the Inn is detailed and Nazareth is explored including a visit to a, you guessed it, modern-day carpenter. Other freebies include use of the communal kitchen (occasionally Arab cooking classes are held there) and breakfast. The website offers instructions on how to find the inn, which is hidden behind a tiny door in Nazareth’s Old City. The inn is now a member of the Abraham Hostel Group.