Templer Inn


The Templer Inn is a new family run hotel in the heart of the German Colony. Located in a restored Templer building that belonged to the current owners grandmother, this is a unique place to stay in Jerusalem.

The hotel has four large suites that are perfect for families and a large outdoor courtyard where breakfast is served and guests can relax in the beautiful garden. Alon & Revaya will welcome you with a tour of the building and an incredible story of Jerusalem’s history.

The Templer Inn is run by Alon Beham Eran & his wife Revaya Cohel.


Each suite includes a livingroom with a pull out couch that can sleep 2 people and has room for a cot or extra bed. The renovated bathrooms have showers and sinks and there is also a fully equipped kitchenette in the room with a coffee maker.


Across the street from the thriving First Station Complex and down the block from the shops and restaurants on Emek Refaim, the Templer Inn is situated in the heart of the German Colony. Walking distance to town and to the Kotel, it is a great choice for families looking for an apartment style inn with personal service. At the corner of Derech Beit Lechem and Patterson.


Breakfast is home made and cooked by Revaya using all kosher ingredients. She can adapt the menu for guests who prefer vegetarian, gluten free or vegan. Revaya and Alon are there to make sure you have a wonderful stay. If you need a babysitter or laundry just ask and they will arrange it for you.


The Templer Inn has a beautiful outdoor paved garden that can seat up to 70 people. Take the four suites in the hotel for you and your family and then invite guests for catered Shabbat meals in the courtyard.


Prices range from 800 NIS -1200 NIS & include breakfast. No extra charge for children or cot. Ask about their attractive Grand Opening prices.

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English / Hebrew


Home made Israeli breakfast cooked by Revaya

Venue: Templer Inn – German Colony

Address: 16 Derech Beit Lehem
Neighborhood: Germany Colony
Parking: Paid Street Parking

Step Into the History of the Templer Inn

Jerusalem is filled with hotels and accommodation options but it is not so often that you can find a hotel with a history and a story that will enhance your stay.Last month, I had the opportunity to sit down with the owners of the new Templer Inn in t...
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