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The Templer Inn

16 Derekh Beit Lekhem, Jerusalem 9310923 Israel
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#3 of 89 B&Bs / Inns in Jerusalem
The Templer Inn is an exclusive, family-run, all-suite bed and breakfast in a meticulously-restored Templer mansion just steps from the First Train Station and within walking distance from the Old City. Each of the Templer Inn’s four discrete suites provides a uniquely historic experience in Jerusalem’s most desirable and central neighborhood: The German Colony.
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Paid public parking nearby
Street parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
Seating area
Coffee / tea maker
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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English, Hebrew
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MolleeSF wrote a review 2 Jul
San Francisco, California22 contributions25 helpful votes
I booked a room for my elderly parents from June 27th to July 2nd. From the very beginning, Alon has been super responsive with any questions that I had. We communicated very easily on whatsapp, and he was able to make things perfect for my parents. Alon arranged to have a taxi pick them up at the airport in Tel Aviv and paid for it since my parents were not able to get to an ATM to get Shekels for payment. They were able to reimburse them once they were settled. Alon sat down with my parents and went through their itinerary. Since they had 3 early morning tours and could not enjoy the gorgeous home cooked breakfast, he arranged to have bread and cheese brought to their room the night before so that they had something to eat before the tour. My parents loved their room and found it to be spacious and spotlessly clean. They also raved about the area and said that it was convenient and felt very safe. My family and I cannot say enough about Alon and The Templer Inn and are grateful for all of the help and wonderful hospitality.
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Date of stay: June 2022
Audrey wrote a review Apr 2022
Berkeley, California2 contributions
The inn was a lovely home base for my six night stay in Jerusalem. My suite was quiet, clean and comfortable with a living area with a kitchenette and bedroom and bath in the beautiful German Colony. The innkeeper helped me navigate - where to get a Covid test, restaurant and sightseeing suggestions, getting a driver and guide. One of the best traveling experiences ever.
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Date of stay: March 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
68Gilat68 wrote a review Feb 2022
Haifa, Israel21 contributions24 helpful votes
Very good experience in Jerusalem. Alon (the owner) is a perfect host. he gave us good recommendations. The breakfast was amazing. The location is great. it is actually within a walking distance to the old city, about 30 minutes in a slow walking pace.
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Date of stay: February 2022
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Ahikam A wrote a review Jul 2021
Ottawa, Canada27 contributions2 helpful votes
Perfectly situated in the German colony, within walking distance to much of the city’s attractions, the rooms are beautiful, sparkling clean and very comfortable We loved the breakfast. Alon helped us figure out what we would like to do during our short trip to Jerusalem , and his tips were spot on
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Harmonbond wrote a review Jul 2021
Syosset, New York4 contributions5 helpful votes
This charming boutique hotel/B&B is the finest accommodation we’ve had in over 30 years of travel to Jerusalem. We stayed 14 nights in two suites and we felt very much at home in this museum-like hotel. Suites are spacious and immaculate; climate control perfect; beds very comfortable with a variety of pillow firmnesses from which to choose. Rooms are well-lit, which is not something we often find. Bathrooms are modern and kitchenettes are useful. Ours was stocked with coffee, tea and a bottle of milk. Wi-Fi was strong, and there are TVs in each room. Plenty of power outlets and more drawers and closet space than we could use. The gourmet home-cooked breakfast was spectacular every morning, and it’s served in the private enclosed courtyard garden adjoining the building. The owners cook and bake everything, and it's impossible to finish the meal. The coffee is excellent. We remained in the garden many days after breakfast, taking in the early sun and morning breeze. Most important, there is no better location for a Jerusalem home base. The Templer is across the street from the First Station and rail trail, steps from trendy Emek Refaim, the Windmill, Liberty Bell Park and Miskanot Sheananim path to Jaffa Gate. Easy walk to the King David, YMCA, Jerusalem Theater. I can't say enough about the owners, who took good care of us and who have created this unusual place. Finally, the price was very fair for large suite accommodations in the most desirable part of Jerusalem.
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Date of stay: July 2021
KarlRossmann wrote a review Feb 2021
Chicago, Illinoi5 contributions1 helpful vote
We had an amazing vacation in the Templer Inn. The hosts took care of everything, including a pencil sharpner our daughter needed. The room was well equipped. Breakfast was delicious and generous. The host gave us a tour of the house and explained its intresting history. The beds are great. The design kept everythong as original as possible. I highly recommend staying on the Templer Inn on your next visit to Jerusalem.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
trikoJerusalemIsrael wrote a review Feb 2021
Jerusalem Israel34 contributions51 helpful votes
Last week we spontaneously decided to spend a night in Jerusalem to enjoy the snow with our children. The Templer Inn turned out to be a lovely place! Small old stone house, completely refurbished, perfectly clean and very comfortable. They have only four units. No need to describe - because what you see on their website is exactly what you get. Wonderful breakfast and very comfortable location. We stayed at the Comfort Suite also known as Imberger Suite. I believe the other suites are somewhat larger. We had two little children with us and only regretted that snow in Jerusalem is such a rare event!
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Date of stay: February 2021
Room Tip: All 4 suits are on their site - what you see is what you get!.
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Jack wrote a review Jan 2021
Middletown, Connecticut4 contributions1 helpful vote
The Templer Inn is perfect if you’re looking for a comfortable accommodation in Jerusalem with a great location and an authentic Old World setting. I don’t think I’ve ever had more charming and helpful hosts at any place I’ve ever stayed within or outside of Israel. Enjoying the unforgettable full Israeli breakfast in the garden will be a highlight of your stay. Our family likes to stay at different places each time we travel but thanks to the phenomenal first experience we had at the Templer Inn, it has become an essential part of our Jerusalem travel experience.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Jacob K wrote a review Aug 2020
Oxford, United Kingdom15 contributions7 helpful votes
A unique 19th century Templar family home lovingly restored to the highest 21st century standards. Cool, spacious and quiet rooms on a hot summers day thanks to meter-thick walls. A very warm and historically-informative welcome from Revaya and Allon and a delicious breakfast on the shaded terrace. Extremely well located and convenient parking.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Edward K wrote a review Aug 2020
Skokie, Illinois143 contributions43 helpful votes
excellent stay. Room was unique and spacious; staf (family owners) were VERY friendly and accommodating and location was superb. Only negative was very scrumptious looking made-to order breakfast is not certified Kosher, although they do state that it is all dairy and kosher ingredients.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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US$226 - US$276 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Templer Inn
Which popular attractions are close to The Templer Inn?
Nearby attractions include The Menachem Begin Heritage Center Museum (0.4 km), The First Station Jerusalem (0.1 km), and Jerusalem's glass blowing studio (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Templer Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and kids activities.
Which room amenities are available at The Templer Inn?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at The Templer Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Templer Inn?
Yes, paid public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Templer Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include 55 Beers, Food & Beers, Adom, and The Culinary Workshop.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Templer Inn?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Hebrew.
Are there any historical sites close to The Templer Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old City of Jerusalem (1.4 km), Temple Mount Sifting Project- HaMasu'ot Lookout (3.3 km), and Western Wall (1.5 km).