The entrance to Beit Castel opens to a beautiful stone built garden. The famous pomegranate trees of Tzfat have settled here, accompanied by grape vines whose color varies from bright green to golden brown. In another quarter, a lemon tree has planted its roots to cultivate fresh fruit. Flowers of all kinds have come to reside in this peaceful house. From delicate roses to bougainvillea, each uniquely decorating the stones.
Keeping the plants company, are antique artifacts scattered around in plain sight and in unlikely corners. Vase pieces, rusted machinery and silent statues are just some in the collection. Their origins can be discussed with the gallery owner during teatime while enjoying the fresh scent of the herbal mixture.