Shoresh Green Hills Country Village - Jerusalem31.79407, 35.06802
ex. Shoresh Holiday Complex
Shoresh Green Hills Country Village lies within 13 km from Israel Museum and offers free self parking, a business center and a baggage storage. The on-site comforts include a designated smoking place, a restaurant and a lift.
The venue is 16 km away from Temple Mount. Shoresh Green Hills Country Village is set right next to public beaches.
A bus stop is located in the vicinity.
The family villa is appointed with an in-room safe, heating, high-speed internet, a private terrace and a phone. The rooms feature a magnificent view of Judean Hills.
Eat & Drink
A kitchenette is fitted with a microwave, a fridge, a kettle and an ice machine.
Leisure facilities include a seasonal outdoor pool, a bar and a picnic area. The venue offers a play area, a playground and a pool for guests with children.
Wireless internet is available in the entire villa for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 40.
On-site car park
Paid airport shuttle
- Paid airport shuttle
- Dry cleaning
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Shops/Commercial services
- In-room breakfast
- Outdoor dining area
- Packed lunches
- Free breakfast
- Meeting room
- Babysitting/Child services
- DVDs/ Videos for children
- Children's play area
Spa & Leisure
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- Garden area
- BBQ facilities
- Mountain view
- Landscape view
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Dining table
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
In the Room
friendly people.... comfortable.. clean
the plastic knives, spoons etc....
Quiet and beautiful neighbourhood with short distance to Jerusalem. Excellent breakfast basket, which had enough food for supper as well.
Humidity in rooms was high. Air condition did not help in that.
The view from our room was lovely. The staff were helpful. The pool was very clean. It was easy to find. It is also very well placed for arrival or departure for BG airport, Tel Aviv.
My bath water was a yellow colour and had a slug in it! The pool shut rather early at 5pm and the water was absolutely freezing. The breakfast basket was late coming by about 20minutes and didn't have a great deal in it compared with what we have had available at other lodging dining rooms.
The breakfast every morning was fantastic! Traditional Israeli meal, boiled eggs, fresh breads/pits, salad, orange juice, hummus, feta cheese, cheese, etc.
The arrival entrance was slightly confusing.
Very nice apartments with really good staff. Excellent location for seeing the Judean Hills and surroundings.
The Israeli breakfast brought in a basket in the morning was large and of good quality. However, we stayed for 3 nights and it was always exactly the same. So fine if you come for a short stay, but very monotonous if you are here longer! We recommend that the Kibbutz introduce a bit of variety into the breakfasts!
Beautiful locaton, views. Nice swimming pool
It is currently right next to a noisy buliding site. The rooms are very poorly equipped. The additional beds are extremely uncomfortable. The staff did the barest minimum to accomodate any request.
We arrived without a car and Merav at the desk offered to pick us up from the local supermarket in her own car. She really went out of her way to help us. The view is astounding, the pool was perfect for our little ones. It was a great location to reach Jerusalem without being in Jerusalem proper. Breakfasts were plentiful and enough for lunch too. This is what it is - budget accommodation in beautifully manicured gardens. Very comfortable and clean with aircon but if you want something more than basic it's not for you.Free wifi in rooms handy too as well as the barbecue grills provided for each room. The actual complex is very well maintained - exotic blooms everywhere, grape vines and rosemary hedges that give off a strong scent. Very peaceful and quiet - very well suited for small children.
There was some building going on further up the hill, which is never great fun to behold but it was well hidden and wasn't felt once you were in the complex. Entrance to the grounds doesn't seem promising but luckily this was highly misleading.