A little text about the environment / magical Europe provides countless breathtaking views. And the deeper you get to the east, the more you will find the throbbing angles of a sleepy creation proceeding with impressive slowness.
Due to Hollins’ unique location in the heart of Eastern Europe, the entire hotel is designed with a Provençal concept, combining warm countryside with modern design. You will find a variety of well-designed wooden guest rooms decorated with ease, equipped with everything needed for a perfect comfort experience.

Hot scents rising from the dining room reveal a spectacular culinary scene. Chef’s courses are invested in a unique Israeli abundance, creating a charming celebration of flavors and smells.

From here, you are invited to go back to ancient nature, to bask in the exalted atmosphere and to be sucked into the piercing sanctity of Mazibuz. Within walking distance of the paths of the past, you will reach the majestic vision of the founder of Hasidism, the holy Baal Shem Tov, to carry a prayer, to bask in the atmosphere and to ascend.
Ancient glory overlaps with Mijiborz. Another spirit that is in your heart forever. Always fire.

Mezhibuz is a magnet. It is an ancient East European village that pulls towards it anyone who has a Jewish heart. What is the secret charm of this village? What is Mezhibuz’s story?

The founder and leader of the Chassidic movement, radiates his light and soul onto the whole area. The purifying Tefilla on the Kever of The Besht boosts the spirit of every Yid and leaves a strong impression on his Neshama.

Join the myriads of Yidden who were privileged to pour out their hearts on the Besht’s Kever; you’re invited to bask in the unique atmosphere of Mezhibuz and experience an elevated experience that will be engraved deep into the heart.

Mezhibuz is a magnet. It is an ancient East European village that pulls towards it anyone who has a Jewish heart. What is the secret charm of this village? What is Mezhibuz’s story?

The founder and leader of the Chassidic movement, radiates his light and soul onto the whole area. The purifying Tefilla on the Kever of The Besht boosts the spirit of every Yid and leaves a strong impression on his Neshama.

Join the myriads of Yidden who were privileged to pour out their hearts on the Besht’s Kever; you’re invited to bask in the unique atmosphere of Mezhibuz and experience an elevated experience that will be engraved deep into the heart.

When the Ohev Yisrael of Apta held the Rabbinic position in Mezhibuz, he used to pray in the “Rabbiner’s Klaizel” – the shul adjoined to the Besht’s Beis Midrash.

After the village of Mezhibuz was destroyed in the war, the shul that miraculously survived became the fire station. The activist group “Oholei Tzaddikim” redeemed the building, and with the help of generous donors raised funds to renovate and restore this Makom Kadosh. In the Shul you can find a vast library and a quiet and comfortable place to study, a convenience for all guests to the village.

When the Ohev Yisrael of Apta held the Rabbinic position in Mezhibuz, he used to pray in the “Rabbiner’s Klaizel” – the shul adjoined to the Besht’s Beis Midrash.

After the village of Mezhibuz was destroyed in the war, the shul that miraculously survived became the fire station. The activist group “Oholei Tzaddikim” redeemed the building, and with the help of generous donors raised funds to renovate and restore this Makom Kadosh. In the Shul you can find a vast library and a quiet and comfortable place to study, a convenience for all guests to the village.

The beautiful mikve that stands in the center of Mezhibuz was built on one of the inspiring wondrous stories of the Besht. The water fountain suitable for Tevila has not been here since the six days of creation; rather, it started flowing one day when the Besht went out to the fields. When Mincha time arrived, the Besht realized that there was no water available to wash his hands before Tefilla. The sun was about to set and there was no water to purify himself. The Besht tapped the ground with his cane and with hot tears begged Hakadosh Baruch Hu to bring forth water in order not to transgress the words of the Shulchan Aruch. Suddenly he heard a soft gurgling sound and from the ground below him a fresh water fountain burst forth! These waters that were created from the power of the pure Tefilla of the Besht, are adorned with wondrous tales, and attract towards them Yidden from all around the world who need a Yeshuah.

The beautiful mikve that stands in the center of Mezhibuz was built on one of the inspiring wondrous stories of the Besht. The water fountain suitable for Tevila has not been here since the six days of creation; rather, it started flowing one day when the Besht went out to the fields. When Mincha time arrived, the Besht realized that there was no water available to wash his hands before Tefilla. The sun was about to set and there was no water to purify himself. The Besht tapped the ground with his cane and with hot tears begged Hakadosh Baruch Hu to bring forth water in order not to transgress the words of the Shulchan Aruch. Suddenly he heard a soft gurgling sound and from the ground below him a fresh water fountain burst forth! These waters that were created from the power of the pure Tefilla of the Besht, are adorned with wondrous tales, and attract towards them Yidden from all around the world who need a Yeshuah.

The synagogue where the Baal Shem Tov prayed, which was destroyed during the Holocaust and was rebuilt by the Ohalei Tzaddikim Association, years after the Baal Shem Tov began spreading the teachings of Hasidism, was offered many rabbinical positions. One of them was the town of Ezibuz, the Baal Shem Tov deliberated a lot, and at last the decision was made and he settled in Maazivuz. Many stories are accepted by the Baal Shem Tov’s students about this decision, one of which is the following story: In Mezibuz he served in a large Jewish rabbinate in the Torah, which even established a large and magnificent synagogue. The residents of the town began to pray in the new Beit Midrash, while the old Beit Midrash was abandoned. Not long after the rabbi fell ill, his relatives approached the Ba’al Shem Tov with a request for salvation. The Baal Shem Tov arrived at the sick house and ordered him to leave the rabbinate, so that he would recover. With an emphasis on the fact that the ancient synagogue in Mezibuz demanded his insult in the sky. After these things, the Baal Shem Tov settled in the town and established his place of prayer in the ancient synagogue, noting that this synagogue was directed against the Temple of Heaven. The ancient synagogue was destroyed during the Holocaust and in 5770 was re-inaugurated after it was renovated and reconstructed by an exact copy by the Ohalei Tzaddikim Society. (Full story)

The synagogue where the Baal Shem Tov prayed, which was destroyed during the Holocaust and was rebuilt by the Ohalei Tzaddikim Association, years after the Baal Shem Tov began spreading the teachings of Hasidism, was offered many rabbinical positions. One of them was the town of Ezibuz, the Baal Shem Tov deliberated a lot, and at last the decision was made and he settled in Maazivuz. Many stories are accepted by the Baal Shem Tov’s students about this decision, one of which is the following story: In Mezibuz he served in a large Jewish rabbinate in the Torah, which even established a large and magnificent synagogue. The residents of the town began to pray in the new Beit Midrash, while the old Beit Midrash was abandoned. Not long after the rabbi fell ill, his relatives approached the Ba’al Shem Tov with a request for salvation. The Baal Shem Tov arrived at the sick house and ordered him to leave the rabbinate, so that he would recover. With an emphasis on the fact that the ancient synagogue in Mezibuz demanded his insult in the sky. After these things, the Baal Shem Tov settled in the town and established his place of prayer in the ancient synagogue, noting that this synagogue was directed against the Temple of Heaven. The ancient synagogue was destroyed during the Holocaust and in 5770 was re-inaugurated after it was renovated and reconstructed by an exact copy by the Ohalei Tzaddikim Society. (Full story)

Organizing a group to Eastern Europe?

Holiness provides you with a clear and calm mind to absorb the splendor filled atmosphere of Jewish Eastern Europe.

Organization of group trips to Kivrei Tzaddikim in Eastern Europe is a complicated project that demands logistic organization that is not simple. The area is primitive and backward, the infrastructure is old fashioned and material conditions are almost nonexistent.

Holiness’s vast experience and full familiarity with the area, enables you to reach any destination in Eastern Europe in the most comfortable and organized fashion.

Holiness offers you full service for groups! Starting from ordering the flight tickets, up until the boarding of the plane back to Eretz Yisrael.

  • Assistance in finding the most cost-effective flight.

  • A hotel that combines luxury hosting with a spiritually uplifting atmosphere.

  • A choice of travel itineraries to Kivrei Tzaddikim in the area, with convenience and availability suited to your group’s needs.

  • Detailed and thought out environment for the perfect experience.  A restaurant, souvenir shop and more.

We invite you to bask in the holy atmosphere with a calm mind, free of all burdens, and to receive a perfect and most cost-effective package deal.

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Tombs of the Tzadikim

routes to the tombs, adapted to the needs of the group

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Buffet, restaurant, souvenir shop and more.

We invite you to bask in the atmosphere of holiness in a calm and calm mind,
Free of all burdens.
And get the most complete and cost-effective package.

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