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The RIKSHA LTD doing business as PINA-BALEV INN provides its services to you at its website at and ("Website") subject to the terms set out in these Terms and Conditions ("this Agreement"). This Agreement forms part of and should be read in conjunction with PINA-BALEV'S "Privacy Policy" and Reservation Form found at the Website.

By using the Website you agree, without limitation or qualification to all of the terms set out in this Agreement, the Reservation Form and the Privacy Policy.

PINA-BALEV INN reserves the right to change from time to time any of the terms in this Agreement by general notice on the Website, and by using the Website you agree in advance to accept such changes. This Agreement may not be otherwise amended.


PINA-BALEV INN website provides information and reservation service at its Website allowing you to reserve a room at PINA-BALEV INN subject to availability and other terms and conditions set out in this Agreement and to provide offers or promotions ("Promotions") on the Website ("Service").

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All room rates set out on the Website ("Rates") are per room per night based on single or double occupancy, unless otherwise stated.

All Rates mentioned does not include VAT. Tourists entering Israel using B2/B3/B4 visa are exempt from VAT on accommodation services. Rates on special Promotions and hotel packages are subject to limited availability and may not be available every night. In addition, these rates may not be applicable in conjunction with other promotions, group or conference bookings

The Rates may increase without notice due to changes in, or imposition of new government charges, taxes or levies.


The Rates are subject to changes without notice.

The Rates only apply to reservations made at the Website.

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Once your reservation is confirmed your credit card will be used as a form of guarantee for the reservation. Any cancellation will need to be received by PINA-BALEV INN 7 days prior to arrival. Failure to do so may result in a penalty charge processed through to your credit card to the value equal to 1 night's room rate or 50% of your total reservation sum, the larger sum between them. Failure of arrival without notice will result in a full charge.


Booking  more than two  rooms is considered a group reservation and requires a down payment of 10% of the total transaction


In case of cancellation up to 15 days before arrival the down payment  will be returned in full.


Cancellation within two weeks (14 days) 

from the date of the hospitality, will result in a non- refund of the 10% down payment.



PINA-BALEV INN may make information regarding Promotions available on the Website .The Promotions are subject to any specific terms and conditions set out in each Promotion in addition to the terms and conditions set out in this Agreement .

PINA-BALEV INN reserves the right to change, modify or withdraw any Promotion at any time .

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a. use the Website for a purpose that is unlawful or prohibited under this Agreement ;

b. disrupt or interfere with the Service or servers or networks connected to the

Service ;

c. use any information for commercial reasons; and

d. modify, copy, transmit, display, reproduce, publish, create derivative works from, transfer or sell any information on the Website .

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PINA-BALEV INN may from time to time without notice modify, discontinue or suspend the Service and you acknowledge that PINA-BALEV INN will not be liable for any suspension, modification, discontinuance or termination of the Service at any time and for any reason whatsoever .

Changes to the Service

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a .PINA-BALEV INN or its suppliers are not liable to you or any other person for any cost, loss or liability (including loss or profit or other consequential damage) arising out of or in connection with the provision of the Service, any information or material issued on the Website or for any other matter arising out of or in connection with this Agreement ;

b .PINA-BALEV INN provides the Service on an "as is" basis and without any warranty or condition expressed or implied. To the extent permitted by law, PINA-BALEV INN and its suppliers disclaim all implied warranties and conditions, including without limitation implied warranties and conditions on title, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement; andIndemnity

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This Agreement is governed by the laws of Israel and the parties submit to the jurisdiction of the Israeli Courts .

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You and PINA-BALEV INN are independent contractors and no agency ,partnership, joint venture or employee-employer or any other relationship is intended or created by this Agreement .

Entire Agreement

This Agreement, the Reservation Form and the Privacy Policy sets out the entire understanding and agreement between us .

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The failure by PINA-BALEV INN to act with respect to a breach by you or others does not waive PINA-BALEV INN rights to act with respect to any other breaches .

No Guarantee

PINA-BALEV INN does not guarantee continuous and uninterrupted access to the

Services and operation of the Website due to numerous factors which may occur outside PINA-BALEV'S control .

Check in and Check out times

Check in time is 15:00 PM, check out time is 11:00 AM

Our Treatments Fees

Swedish Massage

This is the most popular and known type of massage. The primary technique used is rubbing the muscles with revitalising massage oils in long gliding strokes to relax the whole body, improve blood circulation and ease tensions.  Modesty is always respected (treatment is usually in the nude whilst the body is covered by sheets and only the area that is being treated is exposed).

  60 MIN /75 MIN
    280 ₪/330 ₪

Aromatherapy Massage 

Usually a Swedish or deep tissue massage where the massage oil has been blended with essential oils such as lavender, peppermint or geranium to affect your mood and alleviate pain. Aromatherapy massage is at its best when the therapist uses high quality, therapeutic essential oils blended to address your specific need. This can be hard to find in a commercial spa setting; one is therefore probably better off with a private practitioner specifically trained in aromatherapy massage.

60 MIN /75 MIN

280 ₪/330 ₪

Deep Tissue Massage

Uses many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish massage, but the therapist will work the deeper tissue structures of the muscle and fascia (connective tissue). It is also a more focused type of massage, as the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension or knots called adhesions. Many people expect deep tissue massage to be an hour of intense pressure and pain, but this is counterproductive.

60 MIN /75

MIN 280 ₪/330 ₪


An integration of techniques including basic Swedish massage, aromatherapy, reflexology, shiatsu, energy balancing, and craniosacral therapy, along with other modalities in conjunction with instruction in nutrition, meditation and yoga.
The term Myomassology was coined by Irene Gauthier to describe her combined work of Swedish massage, craniosacral therapy, reflexology and body mechanics.




60 MIN /90 MIN.

280 ₪ /380 ₪

Hot Stones Massage

A specialty massage that utilizes smooth heated stones to re-balance the body's energy and help release muscles that are tight. The stones used are often a black volcanic rock (basalt) that absorbs and retains heat well, but other stones are utilized as well. The heat is deeply relaxing.

60 MIN /90 MIN

325 ₪ /390 ₪



A treatment that works on the key pressure points of the feet to help relax.

The theory behind reflexology is that there are "reflex points" in the feet, hands and ears that relate to specific organs and glands in the body. Practitioners believe that stimulating those reflex points in the feet can promote health and relaxation in the corresponding organs through the body's energetic pathways.


45 MIN/60 MIN

220 ₪ / 280 ₪



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Rosh Pina is known as the “mother of the Galilee settlements”. The town of Rosh Pina is located on the slopes of Mount Canaan, on a rounded hill beside the Rosh Pina stream. The stream boasts three springs whose waters flow along the river channel in the winter months. Beside the stream there are groves of ancient olive, almond and fig trees and also raspberry bushes. Rosh Pina's stream is a unique nature reserve of pastoral tranquillity. An hour’s walk away, along an ancient route next to the stream, lies the capital of the Galilee, the city of Safed.

Safed, one of Judaism’s four holy cities, has been the home of a large Jewish community, both Ashkenazi and Sephardic, for many generations. In the second half of the 19th century some of Safed’s Jews experienced an increasing desire to make their living off the land, to cultivate it and not to rely on the donations from the Jews of the diaspora (the distribution monies) that they were living on.

The Jewish residents of Safed were very familiar with the Arab village of Jauneh, on the banks of the Rosh Pina's stream. In 1840, after the Damascus Blood Libel, several Jewish families escaped the Syrian capital and found sanctuary in Jauneh and lived among the village’s Arabs. In 1875 the dream came true and a number of families from Safed purchased land from residents of Jauneh. Three years later, the families moved, settled next to the Arab villagers and began to engage in agriculture. They called the new town Gei-Oni. Unfortunately they were unable to make a success of their new endeavour, and, regretfully, they returned to Safed. Two families remained and are still living here.

At that time, the Jews of Eastern Europe also developed longings for redemption and settlement in the Land of Israel. In 1882, a group of families from the city of Moineşti in Romania immigrated to Israel, after sending their representatives David Bukchester and David Shuv to tour and buy land on their behalf in the Holy Land. After traveling the length and breadth of the country, the emissaries were particularly enthralled with the Jauneh village area, and chose to buy land there, because of the flowing river, the good and clear air and the splendid view of the surrounding mountains. The date of establishment of the town of Rosh Pina, whose name, the Hebrew word for capstone, comes from Psalm 118:22: “The stone the builders rejected has become the capstone” was set for the first day of ploughing, December 12, 1882.

Despite the difficulties posed by the Ottoman regime and the considerable “baksheesh” (bribes) that they had to pay in order to build their homes, the settlers managed to build the houses in the “top road” now located in restored Old Rosh Pina. When the cash that they brought with them ran out, before they were able to make a living from agriculture, they managed to survive only by mortgaging their lands and homes to their creditors. Their suffering was so great that they sent emissaries to recruit assistance. The only one who agreed to help was Baron Edmond de Rothschild of Paris. Rosh Pina was the first settlement to be sponsored by the Baron de Rothschild, and within a few years it became the administrative centre of all the Upper Galilee towns that were built subsequently.

As such, the Baron’s officials invested in the construction of public buildings in Rosh Pina. At the settlers’ request, the first building to be built was a synagogue. An Ashkenazi synagogue, with wooden pews, a “bima” (stage) and Holy Ark made of wood carved by an artist (Weinberg) and a round wooden dome of sky blue, also made by one of the first settlers, Reb Mottel Katz. Alongside the synagogue, the Baron built a house for the settlement’s teacher, a house for the doctor, and two office buildings for his officials.

The streets of Old Rosh Pina are paved with cobblestones, with houses over a century old, alongside lofty trees that bear the memory of the old days. Anyone strolling along the streets of Old Rosh Pina is struck by its sense of secrecy and perfection and by its ambiance, which is different and unfamiliar, yet charming and authentic.

The corners of Old Rosh Pina, the “wadi” (valley) and the blossoming of the almond trees all thrill and fill your heart with a feeling of warm and wild softness.

One of these corners is Kobi’s Pina Balev Inn, in Old Rosh Pina, where Kobi has restored and recreated one of the homes of the settlement’s farmers that was built by Baron Edmond de Rothschild when he decided to sponsor the town. These homes, unlike the crowded and modest homes that were initially built in Rosh Pina, were designed by the leading architects and engineers of the day. In the late 19th century, on the eastern slope of the hill where the upper street was built, spacious four-room stone houses were built, each with its own courtyard and surrounded by various farm buildings. All the yards had a thick protective wall. The farmers’ vegetable gardens and vineyards were located to the north of this wall. Rosh Pina’s industry included cultivating grapes for wine and raisins, cultivating silkworms for the fine silk industry and breeding cattle.

A vineyard was set up in the settlement, in addition to a silk factory and rural Hebrew school where the language of instruction was Hebrew. In 1900, the Baron de Rothschild handed over the management of the settlements to the Jewish Colonization Association, and later their management was taken over by the Palestine Jewish Colonization Association. Only during the British Mandate did the farmers manage to redeem their property from the management company and embark on economic and financial independence. They continued to cultivate their orchards, mainly olive trees and deciduous fruit trees. In addition, due to the settlement’s architectural uniqueness and its wonderful geographical location, a hospitality and tourism industry developed there, and it is now the capital of rural tourism in the Galilee.

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