Ba Choresh Ha Tivi
Birgit and Israel Ariel, Ein Kerem G 27, 95744 Jerusalem
Tel. +972-2-6436586 FAX: +972-2-6439584
Ein Kerem is an old village on the western part of Jerusalem, closed
to the famous "Ein Kerem Hadassah Hospital" with the Chagall windows.
The village is built by beautiful historical stone houses and authentic new buildings, small narrow streets, the feeling of mediterranean flair – the "Toscana of Israel".
Here you find a mixed population: original Israelis, Marocceans, European Jews, Christians, Russians and Greek Orthodox, Newcomers from Israel…
We are an interfaith village with churches and monasteries ( John the Baptist, Church of Visitation, new Russian church) several synagogues and a mosque, besides the Mary `s well. All the attractions you can reach by walking.
Our village offers you restaurants on different levels and for every taste, a very nice coffeeshop, special chocolate shop, galleries, bars and minimarket TTransportation : a bus Shuttle every 20 min. to the Citytrain on Mountain Herzl.Taxi service available anytime: Tel. 02-6421111
Included is TV( CNN, BBC, European stations…), DVD (films available), radio tape, Air-Condition, Candles and other accessories for Beauty.
We take special care about clean units and a warm atmosphere. Every unit has its own private garden with furniture. Please understand that smoking is only outside permitted.
Special offers : Massage, 230 Shekels for an hour in the guest unit.
Check in from 14.00 , Saturday evening at 18.00
Check out until 11.00, Shabbat and festivals 16.00 (flexible)
Price per night for a couple: Middle of the week 590Shekels
Weekend 2 nights 750Shekels each night
Only Shabbat night 890Shekels
Payment is in cash or by check, no credit cards.
You can have any advice, or even offer for tours in Jerusalem and all over the country. Our languages are Hebrew, English, German, Arabic and a bit French.
Our interest is, to make your holidays in Israel and the stay in our home to feel like home, comfortable, uncomplicated and a long-lasting good memory, leaving after a special experience in Israel.
Birgit and Israel Ariel