Jerusalem area Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Sleeps 2-13 guest Rent is exclusively as 1 bedroom,2 Bedroom ,3,4,5,6 Bedrooms
The Sunset View property is located in the upscale community of Holyland in the heart of Jerusalem. This location has a unique reputation for providing a private and quiet atmosphere. Sunset View is a wonderful vacation apartment for a family/group size ranging from 2-13 people since any extra bedrooms can be closed off to make your stay more economical; you can rent it to fit your group size. It's a 2-story property with 6 spacious and very private bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms no matter how many bedrooms you reserve, and a blend of modern decor and furnishings. This relaxing and spacious environment features a large outdoor balcony, fully equipped kitchen, TV, cable, internet and a lot more! This villa aptly earns its name because of the incredible view: sensational panoramas of the city of Jerusalem from the kitchen, living and dining rooms. Sunset View is comprised of 2,200 square feet of living space, wonderfully decorated, making for a very comfortable and pleasing stay. Ample and FREE parking space on the street. Be our guest during your next trip to Jerusalem. We promise you an experience which you will remember forever. The villa is available all year round for short or long term rental. Located next to Bayit Vegan, this villa is a simple bus ride to the City Center, or another bus to the brand-new light rail. By car, the drive is about 10 minutes to reach the City Center and 15 minutes to the Kotel. Breathtaking views with peace and quiet, but close enough to everything you'll want to see and do; this fantastic villa has it all!
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the manager
Everything went well. We visited the old city, but also made a trip to masada and the dead sea. You have a very wonderful country!
The appartment is absolutely ok! Lots of space and a great view over the city.
Some minor suggestions:
We missed a corkscrew to open a bottle of Israelian wine. And a routing on paper to the nearby shops and to the city (bus and train) would be very helpful for tourists.