A restaurant under the ownership of Yakub and Michal Barhum, Majd is located in the village of Ein Rafa, a 10-minute drive from the Yearim Hotel.
Muza BaHar is a French chef restaurant/bistro located on Moshav Shoresh. The views are lovely, the atmosphere pleasant and the ambience is very relaxed.
Moma, in Kiryat Anavim, features a regional kitchen that serves as an excellent complement to the landscape of the Jerusalem Hills, where the restaurant is located.
The Jerusalem Hills region, and especially the area in the vicinity of the Yearim Hotel, has experienced a great increase in wineries, grapevines, vineyards and wine tastings in recent years and in the sale of some of Israel’s finest wines.
Abu Ghosh is home to dozens of restaurants, and the argument as to which serves the best hummus will continue for many a year.
The BaKhatzer shel Ofer patio, open to the landscape and complemented by quiet background music and an in-house herb garden just a few meters away, is well worth the trip.
The Jerusalem Hills can look like a very verdant, very romantic forest. Bar BaHar, a caférestaurant adjacent to Bar Giora and Nes Harim, is one of the best places to enjoy viewing the greenery, and getting there is a significant part of the experience.
Yearim Hotel sits atop one of the highest peaks in the Jerusalem hills, fully immersed in nature’s charms. Your stay will take you on a journey through history to the most pure, unchanging corners found in Israel.
“During your stay, you will travel through history to the most pure, unchanging corners found in Israel.”