Stay at The Moshava
Photos of our finest kosher German Colony apartment

Enter to a lovely open salon and dining area with designer lighting and comfortable seating.

Mirpeset off seating area with table and chairs for al fresco dining.

See a recent video of this apartment here

Rates and more information available here.

Fully equipped strictly kosher kitchen: microwave, meat dishwasher,

two sinks, gas cooktop, full size refrigerator. Garden window~Breakfast bar for two.

Two comfortable bedrooms sleep a total of four in the apartment.

Television and ensuite toilet/vanity in master bedroom. High quality linens and towels provided.

Second bedroom with pull-out trundle, closets and lighted desk.

To see if our TPMI Kosher Jerusalem Rental  Apartment is available for your next trip, contact us here

Questions? Most of your questions may be answered on our F.A.Q. page.

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Features:

·         2 Bedrooms

·         Sleeps 4

·         1.5 Bathrooms

·         Wifi

·         A/C and Heat

·         Washer/dryer

·         Parking

·         Shabbos Elevator 

·         2nd Floor

·         Kosher kitchen

·         Secure building


 

 

 

"Walk through" the apartment now,

click here to see a recently taken video of the Moshava apartment on Dropbox.


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Walk to:

Emek Refayim- 9 mins

·  J'lem Theater – 10 min

·  Gt. Synagogue-22 min

·  Ben Yehuda – 30 min

·  Mamilla – 30 min

·  Kotel – 45 mins


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Need more sleeping space? Click the photo below to find out about this spacious three bedroom that sleeps eight:

 

 

 

 

 

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