I recommend you stay at a kibbutz guest house. We did that once in the Galilee and enjoyed it immensely. Far better than at some isolated AirBnb, you get to experience a world-unique kind of community, with fabulous a farm-fresh breakfast buffet.
Generally these accommodations are not luxurious, but comfortable and less expensive than hotels.
Unfortunately I don't remember the name of the kibbutz we stayed at, but here is a list of some options that you can research:
We also stayed at the guest house at Kibbutz Ketura, just north of Eilat, which isn't on that list. So I'm sure that list isn't complete by any means.