Samah Homestay

The first amazing thing you will be able to do when you visit Samah Abu Nima is to take as many photos of yourself next to a 124-year-old railway, which was inaugurated during the Ottoman Empire to connect the coastal city of Jaffa and the capital Jerusalem. And if you are around at the right moment, you will even catch the train passing by the village of Battir, which was added to the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization in 2014.

A former member in the Battir cultural center, Samah has a Diploma in Projects Management and continued to be a working mother until the year 2012. She has three children Mussab, Mohammad and Hala and her husband Ali works as an administrative staff with the Palestinian National Authority’s police force. She decided to become involved in the home stays program after her sister Suhair joined the program. “I instantly knew that I want to join the program and open my house to everyone who needs a place”.

Samah and her family consider their involvement in the program as a fresh adventure and a family project where everyone is needed and important. They believe it is going to help them make new international friends, learn about new cultures and increase their income. Ali believes having past experience in hosting international tourists is an added value because they will prove to be the best hosts to their guests.

Samah and Ali recently renovated their house and added new rooms. The new added space made it a lot easier to consider furnishing one room to be used solely by their guests. The room is located away from the bedrooms used by the family, which is bound to give Samah’s guests both privacy and freedom.  However, Ali is certain that the family’s adventures and outings will leave no room for boredom or even desire to stay alone at home.

Because Ali’s job compels him to stay in Ramallah for a whole week and the back in Battir for the other week, he makes sure to make the most of his time off and spend it with Samah and the children. Samah said they rarely stay at home and are always out hiking, visiting family and friends or simply driving around in the car.

The family is very welcoming of men and women, whether children or adults, families or couples. The house could accommodate up to five guests and there are so many activities that could be done, including biking, hiking, walking and sightseeing. And if interested, Samah is more than happy to teach her guests how to cook and produce fine embroidery.

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Bedrooms

3
Guests

3
Beds

Region: Bethlehem
Village: Battir
Email: samahabunemah_1980@hotmail.com
Cellular : +970 597 974 871 Tel: +972 2 277 8282

Life Style:
Urban

Prices:
Overnight + break fast: 35 USD.
Main meal only: 10 USD.
Light meal only: 7 USD.

Homestay Facilities:
Wireless

24 hr's FREE Wi-Fi Internet Access.

Media

Lounge area with TV.

Services

24 hrs hot and cold water supply, Clean and hygienic neighborhood, Laundry & dry cleaning facility available on request (At extra cost).

Parking

Private parking

Pets

Pets are allowed

Homestay Trails:
Centers of Local Culture (CLC's)
Sufi Trail


Homestay CLC:
Battir

Samah Homestay

The first amazing thing you will be able to do when you visit Samah Abu Nima is to take as many photos of yourself next to a 124-year-old railway, which was inaugurated during the Ottoman Empire to connect the coastal city of Jaffa and the capital Jerusalem. And if you are around at the right moment, you will even catch the train passing by the village of Battir, which was added to the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization in 2014.

A former member in the Battir cultural center, Samah has a Diploma in Projects Management and continued to be a working mother until the year 2012. She has three children Mussab, Mohammad and Hala and her husband Ali works as an administrative staff with the Palestinian National Authority’s police force. She decided to become involved in the home stays program after her sister Suhair joined the program. “I instantly knew that I want to join the program and open my house to everyone who needs a place”.

Samah and her family consider their involvement in the program as a fresh adventure and a family project where everyone is needed and important. They believe it is going to help them make new international friends, learn about new cultures and increase their income. Ali believes having past experience in hosting international tourists is an added value because they will prove to be the best hosts to their guests.

Samah and Ali recently renovated their house and added new rooms. The new added space made it a lot easier to consider furnishing one room to be used solely by their guests. The room is located away from the bedrooms used by the family, which is bound to give Samah’s guests both privacy and freedom.  However, Ali is certain that the family’s adventures and outings will leave no room for boredom or even desire to stay alone at home.

Because Ali’s job compels him to stay in Ramallah for a whole week and the back in Battir for the other week, he makes sure to make the most of his time off and spend it with Samah and the children. Samah said they rarely stay at home and are always out hiking, visiting family and friends or simply driving around in the car.

The family is very welcoming of men and women, whether children or adults, families or couples. The house could accommodate up to five guests and there are so many activities that could be done, including biking, hiking, walking and sightseeing. And if interested, Samah is more than happy to teach her guests how to cook and produce fine embroidery.

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