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EVENTS AT THE SEPHARDIC HOUSE

The Sephardic House nestles at the very heart of the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City only five minutes' walk away from the Kotel (Western Wall), which makes it an ideal venue for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, or a Shabbat Chatan - Shabbat celebrations for bride and groom.
Its facilities include three event halls and a patio that lend themselves to events, such as: Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, weddings, britot (circumcisions), Shabbat Chatan, and a range of family celebrations or business occasions.
Our experienced professional team will be pleased to advise you on menu ideas to suit your budget, take you on a tour of the halls, and will be at hand to assist you with your special event, from the moment you book until after the event itself.

THE PATIO
An exquisitely beautiful open air venue for your event, designed in authentic Spanish style, with a fabulous upper gallery overlooking the patio. The delightful courtyard square is paved with mosaic tiles and the complementary décor is similarly inspired by historical motifs.
Suitable for events for up to 100 people.

The Sephardi Heritage House offers its guests a magical corner for relaxation in this stunning courtyard patio, built in traditional Spanish Jewish style.
The patio is located at the heart of the residence and surrounded by two floors of galleried rooms. This beautiful open air space with its unique architecture offers a harmonious blend of historical and modern design.
Ideal for conferences, family occasions and events for groups staying at the guest house, the patio has a capacity of 100
 

THE EVENT HALLS:

LARGE HALL
The main hall with a seating capacity of 140 serves as the guest house dining room and is also available for all types of events or celebrations, as well as for private dining and group hospitality.
SMALL HALL
The small hall with seating for up to 50 guests can be hired for a range of private events, seminars and conferences.
RISHON LETZION HALL
This separate hall is suitable for events of up to 100 guests.