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Christ Church Guest House

  • Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 165 traveler reviews
Haven
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 23, 2016

Recommenced by a relative who had stayed here before, we were not disappointed. It was everything we expected it to be. We felt safe, rested and welcomed here. A great location within walking distance to the Old City and some modern shops also. Breakfast was amazing with the chance to...

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Recommenced by a relative who had stayed here before, we were not disappointed. It was everything we expected it to be. We felt safe, rested and welcomed here. A great location within walking distance to the Old City and some modern shops also. Breakfast was amazing with the chance to mix with other guests if you choose to. The Café providing a much needed additional coffee each day and their opening hours were very good. Staff were very helpful and friendly and the garden surroundings to the Guest House simply relaxing and beautiful. Thank you!

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All About Location!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 21, 2016

I've stayed at Christ Church Guest House on seven different trips. The workers and volunteers there are always pleasant to deal with. The rooms are simple but clean. Thankfully, the rooms do not have TV's but the hotel does have Wifi. A simple but adequate breakfast is included in the rate. The location right...

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I've stayed at Christ Church Guest House on seven different trips. The workers and volunteers there are always pleasant to deal with. The rooms are simple but clean. Thankfully, the rooms do not have TV's but the hotel does have Wifi. A simple but adequate breakfast is included in the rate. The location right inside Jaffa Gate is excellent for seeing the Old City. Try the carrot cake at their Coffee Shop next door.

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Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 18, 2016

This guest house is ideally situated near Jaffa Gate and David's Tower. Lena went out of het way to serve me! Volunteer staff are Christians from all over. Its an oasis of calm. Also had a great Shabbat dinner.

Rest and Refreshment
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 14, 2016

Christ Church Guesthouse is a quaint, restful and refreshing place to lodge amidst the clatter of Jerusalem. Situated near the Jaffa Gate it's strategically located for easy access to any area of the Old City and within walking distance of Ben Yehuda, The Shuk and other sites of interest and/or the city...

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Christ Church Guesthouse is a quaint, restful and refreshing place to lodge amidst the clatter of Jerusalem. Situated near the Jaffa Gate it's strategically located for easy access to any area of the Old City and within walking distance of Ben Yehuda, The Shuk and other sites of interest and/or the city bus or train. The Garden is quaint and peaceful for devotions and conversation. The dining room serves delicious food at reasonable prices (breakfast is included in the room price). The Coffee Shop is a must for hospitality and treats. When traveling to Jerusalem, we adjust our schedule according to the availability of accommodations at the CCG. It's that good..not fancy at all but exactly what is needed and the location is superb. The staff is hospitable and courteous and the facility is impeccably clean and well maintained. 5 stars plus! Wouldn't miss an opportunity to stay at CCG. Be sure to visit the Museum on site. You will receive a comprehensive walk through history!

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Quaint and Peaceful
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 9, 2016

This is an awesome hotel located inside Old Jerusalem. It's so much quieter than New Jerusalem. The room was compact but it's manageable. There's no TV which was fine with me. It allowed me time to do other things. Breakfast was unique, simple and delicious. During breakfast, a...

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This is an awesome hotel located inside Old Jerusalem. It's so much quieter than New Jerusalem. The room was compact but it's manageable. There's no TV which was fine with me. It allowed me time to do other things. Breakfast was unique, simple and delicious. During breakfast, a staff member will share moments like maybe a song, a verse, or a story. To park, you would have to let the front desk know in advance what the license plate number of you vehicle is before arriving at the gate to Old Jerusalem. This is a great location to see the city.

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