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My family and I stayed for two nights in the centre of Jerusalem Old City before moving to the Abraham Hostel only because they were fully booked for the remainder of our stay. The Lutheran Guest House is clean, comfortable, and has a relaxed atmosphere....More
When you see it from the outside - in the busy old city, you have no idea of what is inside. A quiet oasis, wonderful rooms and a lovely courtyard overlooking the old city. We were two families together here during easter, and it was...More
The Lutheran Guest house is a lovely, quiet retreat - a very good choice! The courtyard garden is a relaxing place to unwind or have a picnic supper.
A few minor quibbles - the wifi is iffy, and there's no way to have a cup...More
a short walk ( no cars) from Jaffa Gate, on stone roads is the Lutheran Guest house, comfortable, clean, quiet and right in the Old City. The beautiful courtyard for picnics from the Suq and the roof top terrace with views of the City were...More
Situated on a quiet street in the heart of the Old City, the Lutheran guesthouse provides comfortable, clean rooms, friendly service, and attractive public areas, including lovely views from the upper terrace. Ample breakfasts are taken overlooking the Old City. The guesthouse represents very good...More
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We were part of a tour group in Nov. 2016, so we were fortunate to have the luggage transported to the lobby of the Guest House on a cart. We were then responsible to get them to our rooms. There is an elevator in the... More
We were part of a tour group in Nov. 2016, so we were fortunate to have the luggage transported to the lobby of the Guest House on a cart. We were then responsible to get them to our rooms. There is an elevator in the building, but still some steps to maneuver, so there are some challenges.