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Hameiri Cheese Factory

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Nov 8, 2016
“The tour is in Hebrew only.”
Oct 20, 2016
“The best dairy ever”
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62 Yud Bet Street, Safed, Israel
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Reviewed 8 November 2016

If you do not understand Hebrew, do not waste your time taking a tour. If you still want to go, be ready to feel completely lost within one hour. You get tickets without any warning that the tour is in Hebrew only, and the movie...More

1  Thank Daisy11223
Reviewed 20 October 2016 via mobile

Visited with our large family, it was so nice, so welcoming and interesting. It invooves history and knowledge lacture as well. The cheese pruducts are one of a kind and superb. I recommand this place to all

1  Thank Ofer B
Reviewed 15 May 2016

We went into the house/dairy but could not stay for the guided tour. The staffwoman was very curt (a family member!), and only after she said they had a shop did we ask if we could buy cheese. We got the "Tsfatit"--salty but that keeps...More

1  Thank WakeoftheFlood
Reviewed 26 November 2015

Interesting talk and tour (history of Tzfat from before Independence War, personal reminiscences of owner about Independence War), and delicious cheeses

Thank Esther F
Reviewed 28 June 2014

I've been wanting to visit for years and finally had a chance this week with a group of friends. The story of the family is intersting, the cheese is exceptionally good ( exoensive as hand made boutique cheeses are), and the historic paraphernalia is cute....More

3  Thank Shira_K_2011
Reviewed 2 December 2013

We went for the Friday 12pm tour, and it was quite interesting (it's important to say that the tour is in Hebrew only). A big part of the tour is dadicated to the Meiri family and it's heritage, but more that that you get to...More

2  Thank Ruth S
Reviewed 13 October 2013

It looks very nice from outside,We've been there last friday around 15 pm,it was already closed,like the most interesting places in Safed before Shabath enters

2  Thank Olgar82
Reviewed 5 November 2012

We have purchased all 3 kinds of cheese produced on the location. All were very good. We did not care too much to takke the guided trour.

1  Thank Antipich
Reviewed 30 October 2012

We read so much about this. Called several times on the number provided on website - no answer on both land and mobile lines. we made a trip there (on friday) and was told by an unfriendly lady to come back at 12pm for the...More

4  Thank jinshui
Reviewed 3 February 2012

Go, see and taste. Not every day you can see every thing but you can taste and test. Probably you will buy some fresh cheese that you like more. I did and enjoyed it.

1  Thank Peleg L
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