All in all a fantastic experience. Eliyafa has built several of these sukkah/huts in her large and beautiful backyard, so the experience does feel somewhat like glamping (so if you can't take some outdoor exposure, Mosquitos, etc, this may not be the best fit). If glamping sounds great, though, this place is fantastic. I woke up at 5am to go to the bathroom and walking the short distance between the sukkah and bathroom through the ceder- scented yard and looking up at the stars was a magical experience. The sukkah and bathrooms were simple but clean and comfortable, and the area is very quiet. The surrounding yard is large and beautiful, and there is plenty of parking around.
Location: on top of a big hill basically overlooking tzfadt (which is a must-see destination in Israel imo). The views are beautiful and the neighborhood feels safe. It's a bit of a walk to the old city (I drove), but there seem to be some potential nice hiking nearby, and I'm sure the walk would be beautiful.
Hosts: Eliyafa and Moshe and their wonderful family are really what make this place great. They invited me and their other guests (a honeymooning couple) to have dinner with them under their sukkah for the first night of sukkot with their family. I ended up staying there talking with them and their family until after 11. It was without a doubt one of my highlights of my trip to Israel, and was lovely to have such a welcoming family to celebrate sukkot with (and Eliyafa is a fantastic cook!). In my opinion, it is experiences like this that are what make airbnb great.