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"The Inn" Bethlehem in Judea


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What others have said about The Inn:-

"totally inadequate"
26/12/0006bc
"This grimey hovel was one of the grimiest hovels I have ever visited. Totally inadequate. No HOT WATER OR TOWELS! Hygiene needs radical improvement. It was billed as a 'rural retreat', but I did not expect to share the accomodation with farm animals!"
B.V. Mary

"mistake"
26/12/0006bc
“Definitively Retro-Judaic, although the rustic charm was over-played, I thought. Oh, and it was a mistake not to book, especially at such a busy time. Insist on a room in the main building. "Courtyard-accommodation" is no more than a stable, complete with ass and camel! No, really!"
Joseph (Artisan Wood-crafter)

"memorable sights"
7/1/0005b
"This accomodation was part of a well organised adventure camel-holiday for three. Very exciting as we had absolutely no idea where we were heading when we set off. However the route was well sign-posted, if a little far. What a right royal relief to dismount at Bethlehem! Very memorable though, and what a bonus to find the lovely family etc .”
Gaspar (Magus)

"Wise man "
7/1/0005bc
"A great adventure! The scenery was like something out of the Bible! We met some real characters with fantastic stories to tell. My friends stayed here, but I chose the Bethlehem Hilton as I needed a good night's kip after the journey. The Inn did seemed very authentic, but lacked good facilities and was quite basic."
Balthazar (Wise man)

"Host"
27/12/0006bc
"We all came at very short notice. I was quite anxious when this trip was suddenly announced by “Host Travels”, but I needn't have worried. Everything was well organised and we felt very welcomed and at home when we got there. Lovely family atmosphere."
Benjamin Baa Merino (Pastoral worker)

"unholy clatter"
8/1/0005bc
"I'm used to staying in hotels in my line of work, and I thought this one would be as quiet as the other country inns I use; but no. People were coming and going at all times of the day and night. There was a loud choir singing in the middle of one night, and an unholy clatter of agricultural labourers and animals at about 3am. A woman gave birth one night, so we all got to hear about that, of course! As they say, "No peace for the wicked!" ”
Vatus Maximus (Tax-Inspector)

"give the kid a chance "
23/12/2013 ad
"It turns out that thousands of people are having a look at this webpage, so we thought it might raise a bit of money for a good cause. If you think babies deserve a healthier start in life than this dubious Inn provides I suggest you give some of your gold to the Save the Children charity this Christmas. Thank you.”