Rustic house in perfect central location built from exposed Jerusalem stone & high ceiling, your stay will be unforgettable. We are 3 housemates living with a shared living room/rooftop/kitchen/bathroom.
We're 3 artists living together in an old Jerusalem house, and have invested much love and care to turn this space into a comfortable, unique and inspirational home.
We hope you'll agree that art is not just something you make, but a way of life. So it is with great pleasure that we invite you to experience the art of our home up close!
Acesso dos hóspedes
Shared living space includes cozy living space lit by large paneled windows, fireplace (for winter use), aquarium, spacious rooftop overlooking western Jerusalem skyline, fully equipped cooking facilities and washing machine (20 shek per run). Street parking is available in our neighbourhood, although you will need to register at a post office to get a permit, or alternatively there is a paid parking lot around the corner at 60shekels p/day.
In your room you will find a queen size bed, a table and chairs, shelves for storing your belongings, a stereo system, and amenities.
Interação com os hóspedes
I'm a flight attendant, so while I will be delighted to welcome you when I'm in the country, if I won't be around or if you require any assistance during your stay, my housemate (Lea) and girlfriend (Anat) will be glad to assist.
We invite you to feel at home and make full use of our kitchen, and request that you clean up after yourself and keep sound levels to a minimum if we're not having a house party :-)
We don't charge a cleaning fee, so before you check out, please return the room to its prior state as you received it and don't smoke inside it... cheers!
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I'm a flight attendant, pilot (in training), an avid cook ( I host dinners at my home through Eatwith) and a nature-lover. Hospitality is a day-to-day affair for me, and I am constantly either on the giving or receiving end of hospitality around the world. Having been an active couchsurfer for the past few years, I fully believe that the intercultural exchange that virtual hospitality allows is a force for good in the world.