Messianic Guest Houses throughout Israel

Awake Israel Guesthouse

Very large great home near beach with rooms large , private bathroom, bath, terrace refrigerator.For couples, individuals and or small groups, restaurants, buses and shopping convenient and very near.. Airport only 15 min. Can also take you for Biblical or prayer touring in van 6 people. Suggested rates, all donations go towards local messianic ministry only and are heavenly good rates! 1700 7 222 77 or www.awakeisrael.org

Beit Bracha Prayer and Retreat Center

This House of Blessing, as it is called, is literally ministering peace to Christians from around the world, people who come to trace the steps of the Master and discover within a short distance the very places where Jesus walked and taught: The Mount of Beatitudes, Capernaum, Tabgha…and much more.

Likewise, local residents often divided by religion and ethnicity flock to the House of Blessing because they are welcomed. One day it is an army commander seeking brief refuge from a war. Another, it is a Messianic Jewish couple celebrating their wedding; yet another, a group of young Arab believers there for Bible study and discipleship. Day after day, individuals, families and groups arrive from near and far for retreats, prayer tours, local gatherings and fellowship in this place that ministers the love of Jesus and fosters peace and reconciliation.


Beit Immanuel Guest House

Welcome to our Hostel and Guest House! Our accommodations are ideal for all travelers, couples, families with kids, as well as groups. We have private rooms with bathrooms as well as large dormitory rooms for younger people and those on limited budgets.We are a five minute walk from Tel-Aviv’s finest beaches, adjacent to the Ancient Port Jaffa, 25 minutes from the Ben Gurion International Airport, and only an hour from Jerusalem. Beit Immanuel is the perfect place to stay while touring the land of Israel on holiday, for special prayer tours or on short-term outreaches. We offer clean, quality rooms at very reasonable prices in a warm and friendly atmosphere you can trust. In our lobby there is free wireless internet!


Bethel Hostel

In the middle of the German Colony in Haifa, near the harbor and at the foot of Mount Carmel is the Bethel Hostel. We offer a centrally-located, clean and affordable accommodation for Christian groups and individuals who love the land…


Caesarea Villa

The Caesarea Villa offers you a luxurious time in the Central-Northern Coast of Israel.

The Villa is located in the center of Caesarea, in an exclusive and beautiful neighborhood, 5 minutes from the beach, ancient Roman ruins and an archeological park. A local trail takes you on a 5 minute walk to the sand dunes and private beach shoreline.

The Villa features a 3 story house with 8 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 business lounges, outdoor gardens & patios, a salon, dining area, backyard, and fully equipped kitchen with all necessary cookware, dish-ware, silver-ware, and appliances provided. Free WiFi is included, a barbecue, backyard deck and garden.

The house is ideal for family vacations, tour groups, community club gatherings, and celebration/event hosting (for bar mitzvahs, weddings, etc). Each room can be booked individually or the house can be rented as a whole. The Villa is available for short term or long term rentals (3-6 months maximum).

Visit our website for photos, full description, rooms & rates, availability calendar, and more info about the surrounding area (including local attractions & activities).

http://guesthouseisrael.com/property/caesarea-villa

Contact: Sarah at +972.50.9471705 or Contact@GuestHouseIsrael.com


Christ Church Guesthouse

For visitors to Jerusalem needing a place to stay, nowhere compares to the historic environment of Christ Church Guest House.

Located just inside the Old City’s Jaffa Gate, the Guest House is an integral part of the Christ Church Ministry Centre.  Outside shopkeepers hawk their wares and tourists throng the Arab Market and flock to the Old City’s many historic sites. Within a short walk are Herod’s Palace/David’s Tower Museum, the Western Wall, the Temple Mount, the Garden Tomb, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Via Dolorosa, the Mount of Olives, and Mount Zion.

Inside a tranquil refuge greets the weary traveller! Your home in Jerusalem was built and is maintained in the Ottoman style; domed ceilings and Bethlehem stone floors; sympathetic modern decor sits alongside 19th century British colonial furniture and architecture.


Galilee Gateway

Our apartments are located in a serene Galilean village with a breathtaking view to the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan Valley, the Golan Heights and the Gilead mountains.

If you are exploring Israel for historical sites, our location offers you a central hub to base out of for your days in northern Israel. Within half an hour drive you can visit many different biblical sites like Capernaum, Mt. of Beatitudes, Beit Saida, Magdala, the Jordan River, the site of the Fish and the Loaves and the district of the Gaderene.

There are also various beautiful hikes in our neighbourhood as well as the hot springs of Hamat Gader and Tiberias.

Let us spoil you for a while in one of our gorgeous apartments, which enjoy complete privacy with a separate entrance!


Hotel Beth Shalom

Beth Shalom was first created as a branch of «Missionswerk Mitternachtsruf » (Midnight Call ), a worldwide ministry with headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. For Wim Malgo, the founder of the Beth Shalom guesthouse, the return of the Jewish people to the land and the establishment of the State of Israel were clear signs of Jesus’ imminent return. In his sermons he constantly pointed out that Israel is the visible sign of this event and that Christians should be awake and ready for it.

The hotel was destined to serve as an effective and practical sign of the closeness that believers have with Israel and the way how God is dealing with His people. From its inception it has served as a starting point of tours through the land, so that many visitors can see with their own eyes how the ancient biblical promises for Israel are being fulfilled, promises that God proclaimed through His prophets thousands of years ago.

The first Beth-Shalom Israel tours were arranged in 1970. Since that time we have organised tours for many thousand visitors. One of the annual highlights is our «Congress Tour» including a two-day conference on biblical prophecy. Moreover, the hotel Beth-Shalom is open for both groups and individuals.

The management of the hotel is in the capable hands of Fredi and Beate Winkler-Malgo. As a licensed tour guide Fredi Winkler has a profound knowledge of Israel’s multi-faceted history, and he has the unique gift of combining facts of the land’s biblical past with recent and future developments. Guided tours with him make a stay at the hotel Beth-Shalom an unforgettable experience. He is also willing to arrange personalized excursions and tours for individuals or small groups. A minibus with 13 seats is available for these tours.


Hotel Gilgal – Tel Aviv

Boutique Hotel near the beach

Hotel Gilgal, owned by Jacob and Elisheva Damkani, is located in the heart of Tel Aviv, on a quiet street, only two minutes’ walk from the beach. It is a unique and modern boutique hotel with a relaxing and intimate atmosphere. This 3 star superior hotel, places the utmost priority on providing personal and warm service to every guest along with modern accommodations and high standard of comfort.

Hotel Gilgal is located in the vibrant heart of Israel, on a quiet street in the center of the city of Tel-Aviv. Here in the vicinity of the shopping district, are well known restaurants and popular bars. Only a short walk away from the Mediterranean seashore and a bit of a longer walk away from the old city of Jaffa and the Tel Aviv Port.

Original works of art inspired by Bible stories decorate the hotel. Each of the rooms is named after a historical site in Israel. The site’s picture decorates the room and welcomes you into a journey in Israel. Guest can join weekly bible studies and services which are held at the “Gates of Heaven” and enjoy the biblical library in the lobby.


House of Peace Hostel

House of Peace is a unique place in Bethlehem, located in the heart of the city in a calm, friendly neighborhood. The Guest House is only a short walk from the Church of the Nativity ‘ the birthplace of Jesus ‘ as well as the market streets with local shops and restaurants.

We offer Dorm rooms, Private rooms, a Lounge, a Guest Kitchen with a fridge, gas stove, and a microwave, Great Balconies on each floor, and an Awesome Roof Top open to each visitor.

Please Note : Our 10 bed Mixed Dorm is on the outside Roof Top

We have special rates for groups and long term stays

House of Peace is within walking distance from the Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem’s major market streets including grocery stores and the old cities of Bethlehem and Bet Sahour.

Just a few minutes driving distance are Solomon’s Pools, David’s Wells, the Shepherds’ Fields, the Milk Grotto, and Rachel’s Tomb.

Using public transportation you can easily travel to Jerusalem, Jericho, Ramallah, Ein Gedi, the Herodian, Hebron, and most other places in mid-Israel. Some of the above places in the West Bank we can arrange for private transportation.


Jerusalem Hills Inn

Jerusalem Hills Inn is a family-run bed-and-breakfast, conveniently located about 10 minutes from downtown Jerusalem.  It is 30 minutes to Ben Gurion Airport, 45 minutes to the Dead Sea, and 45 minutes to Tel Aviv.  This makes a great base…


Messiah Guest House

Great location on Mt. Zion, within walking distance to the Old City. Free parking in gated community. Wifi. Breakfast included and cooking priveleges  Close to shopping and public transportation Erev Shabbat meal available for small fee.


Poriya Illit Refuge

Peaceful getaway in the Galilee. Come hear the birds sing as you gaze at the mountains of  the Golan Heights and Sea of Galilee. No traffic noise!   Lovely 3 bedroom apartment, sleeps 7, in…


“Retro” A Holiday Apartment in Israel

The luxury, gorgeous and romantic, renovated in “Retro” style, apartment is in the best location – Scenic Sharon Beach of Herzliya Pituach. The location is close to the beach. To the west of the highways, right on the…


Shelter Hostel

Welcome to The Shelter Hostel in Eilat, where the rugged Negev Desert meets the beautiful Red Sea. Here, you can enjoy friendly and peaceful surroundings with an international atmosphere. In the Shelter, each guest feels like they’ve found a home away from…


Shoshana’s Bed & Breakfast

B&B in the Haifa Area  The view from the apartment faces the whole port of Haifa. Lovely neighborhood.  Bus accessible, within a 5 min walking distance.  Suitable for a single woman traveling.  Includes breakfast.


Yad Hashmona Country Hotel

  • Yad Hashmona
“Yad Hashmona” means Memorial to the Eight. Sometimes it is written as Yad Ha8.
The name was given by the founding settlers
in memory of eight Jewish refugees, who
escaped in 1938 from Austria to Finland, and who were surrendered by the Finns to the Gestapo in November 1942. It was a time when the Finnish government collaborated with Nazi Germany in opposition to the Soviet Union, in an attempt to recover the Karelia region – which Stalin had ‘stolen’ from the Finns in the “Winter War” of 1939/40.

The eight refugees were taken to Auschwitz, where seven of them
were murdered. The lone survivor, Dr. Georg Kolman, who lost his wife and baby son in the extermination camp, made aliya to Eretz Israel. The Finnish founders of the Moshav wished to somehow atone on behalf of their nation for the surrender of the eight to the Nazis, and they viewed their contribution to the Land of Israel as a public request for forgiveness.

Notwithstanding the Finnish government’s refusal to surrender all
of their Jewish citizens to the Germans, the action taken on Finnish
soil against the eight Austrian Jews remained a heavy burden on the
Finns’ conscience. Nevertheless, it wasn’t until November 2000 that the Finnish government and Church leaders dedicated a memorial to the eight in Helsinki. A monument was erected in the Observatory Hill, opposite Helsinki’s South Harbour, from where the refugees embarked on the death ship SS Hohenhörn. In the presence of representatives of the Jewish community in Finland, the Prime Minister, Paavo Lipponen, begged the forgiveness of the entire Jewish people.

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