À propos de ce logement
Come stay at this beautifully constructed cottage on a quiet residential street in Ein Kerem. Completely furnished, it is bright and spacious and perfect for your relaxing getaway. There is one private bedroom with a king size bed and attached bathroom, and another room that has three individual futons. The home is surrounded by stone walls and you can take in the scenic views of the city & Jerusalem mountains from the large patio. It is offset from any main roads, so is isolated and peaceful. Plus, village shops and restaurants are just a two minute walk from the doorstep.
A balcony with self grown mint with available other greens is in the attached garden and a hammock is available as well. The cottage is located 15 minutes from downtown Jerusalem rates: 150usd (600nis)/night for a couple. The home includes laundry, heating, internet, and cable.
About us: We have enjoyed home hospitality while traveling in Europe, South America and Africa and a great deal of our positive experience was due to direct contact with the local people and through with the "place" itself. As a result, we are happy to have the opportunity to allow our own guests a direct and unmediated connection to Ein Karem and to ourselves as well. As a supplement to hosting guests in our pleasant cottage we make a great effort to grow organic vegetables, recycling rain water for garden irrigation, manufacturing our own compost, and advancing "Farmer Culture" to the best of our ability.
Please note: Airbnb charges a 6-12% booking fee on top of my price.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
I worked as a nature guide for several years at the Society for Protection of Nature. I have traveled around the world - 2 years in South America, Europe, and many other countries, which is why we love inviting people from all over the world to come and see us. I also just finished my PhD on underprivileged groups and environmental conflict, and have been teaching the last four years at a center for children at risk. My family would love to welcome you!