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While touring around Ein Kerem a must-see is this wonderful little walled garden.
Won't go into the politics of religion, but the sisters and their staff are all very welcoming.
Have friends who have stayed in the guest house and loved it.
I visited the place during a walk in Ein Keren. I walked thru the extensive gardens, visited the small and tasteful cemetary, and the church. I noted in the gardens two large basins for water, and the magnificent view. It was well worth the two...More
If you wish to find peace and quiet - to reflect, think, be with yourself - this is the place for you.
Simple and clean rooms (very clean), simple food - and lots of space - quiet gardens to roam, and beautiful views wherever you...More
I live also in Ein Karem so I know well the place. Special, interesting place with amazing
view, modest accommodation, a different experience.
Recommend very much as also the surrounding is very special neighborhood in Jerusalem, important for Jews,Christians and Muslims
We spent two nights at the hostel.
The accommodation is basic but very comfortable and spotless 😊.
Small but adequate room two single beds wardrobe and small desk. Small bathroom with toilet, basin and shower.
The staff and nuns are very friendly and helpful.
If I remeber correctly it was about $120/nt, breakfast included. The room was plain but spacious, with two comfortable single beds side by side, a desk and chair and a small but adequate bathroom, including a shower with... More
If I remeber correctly it was about $120/nt, breakfast included. The room was plain but spacious, with two comfortable single beds side by side, a desk and chair and a small but adequate bathroom, including a shower with plenty of hot water. I don't recall if there was a tv. There was a nice view of the area from a large window.