A beautiful blend of old and new, this quaint studio can sleep four comfortably.
Nestled below Hapalmach Street (12 steps below, to be exact) with convenient street parking, the Garden Terrace is set off a cobbled walkway in the heart of the Artists’ Quarter. Pass through an archway and you will find yourself in a courtyard; just inside the blue door is a magnificent over 100-year old stone dome.
Magnificently refurbished, this studio has hand-carved stone that reaches high up into a dome.
The colors are green with rich shades of champagne and blankets and silk throws.
The main room has an antique wooden double bed and two chairs positioned in front of a lovely stained-glass window. Behind the sleeping area is a large kitchenette with sink, large fridge and ample counter space. There are plates, cups, mugs and cutlery for four, plus a kettle and microwave. For those who keep Shabbat, the zimmer has a hotplate and urn. Beside the sleeping area is flat screen TV.