Right near the promenade and its stunning views of the city, this apartment is a perfect base for exploring Jerusalem.
Lovely apartment with comfortable living room and dining area and a small porch, this apartment is perfect for a quick weekend in Jerusalem for families.
The newly developed First Station is a pleasant walk away and the Old City and center of town are a short drive away.
The apartment is normally lived in, so there are plenty of books, board games and toys for your down time.
The apartment is on the second floor. There are two bedrooms (one with a double bed and the other with two single beds) and a living room with two sofas.
Full sized dining table and a couple of stools near the kitchen are great places for meals and morning coffee.
Basic amenities (shampoo, soap, towels) are availble
Zugang für Gäste
Guests are invited to use the entire apartment -
patio, living room and dining areas - along with the books and games around the apartment.
Another bedroom will be closed off and not available for guests.
Light kitchen use (refrigerator, kettle, coffee, tea and condiments)
Interaktion mit Gästen
Depending on you arrival I will either meet you when you arrive or afterwards. If that is not possible, I will be available for questions by phone (not during the Sabbath itself, however)
- My family's clothes and personal effects will be in the closets and food will be in the refrigerator and pantry. These are not for guests to use, please.
- Smoking is allowed on the patio
- There is nothing specifically dangerous in the apartment, but it is not specifically baby and toddler proof in terms of small objects, etc.
- This is a residential area, so no load music or barbecues on the porch
4 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt vom 29. März 2018 - 7. April 2018.
I've lived in and around Jerusalem for 30 years. Love my city and love showing it off.
I'm an PhD engineer working for a solar energy company, homebrewer, runner, hiker and voracious consumer of podcasts.
In my spare time I can be found practicing guitar, tending my struggling window garden (help yourself to some herbs, by the way) and slowly traversing the Israel National Hiking Trail.
Looking forward to hosting you!