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About Logos Hotel

Yad HaShmona

‘LOGOS’ is the new name of ‘Yad HaShmona Country Hotel’.
Nestled peacefully high up on a Judean Hill, Logos Hotel is immersed in pastoral nature, with breath-taking mountain views, where the air is fresh even on a sunny, sizzling hot day. Built by pioneers from Finland, the hotel has a Scandinavian atmosphere, that inspires peace and tranquillity. Surrounding the hotel is a remarkable Biblical Garden combining restored archaeological finds with local flora and fauna, where one is transported in time to experience the biblical way of life.

Not just a new name

The rebranding of the hotel coincides with the christening of a newly built hotel wing adding an extra 15 spacious ‘Superior Rooms’ designed with a smart contemporary fineness. The rest of hotel rooms have undergone a round of renovation with new brand new bathrooms, new beds and a lot more…

להזמנת חופשה בלוגוס מלון בהרים

About the Community in Yad HaShmona

Yad HaShmona Village was established in 1974 by a group of Christian pioneers from Finland. The Israel-loving group members believe in the fulfilment of Biblical prophecies and as such sought to contribute their efforts to rebuilding a Zionist home in Israel.

Based on their faith in both the Old and New Testament and their love for the Jewish people and God, the group wanted to dedicate their settlement to the memory of eight Jewish refugees who fled the Nazis to Finland only to be extradited back to the Nazis later on, despite the strong feeling and determination of the Finnish people to defended their Jewish citizens.

The extradition of the eight Jewish refugees weighed heavily on their conscience, which led the founders to name their village ‘Yad HaShmona’ in memory of the eight Jews and publicly express remorse, not only on their behalf, but in the name of the entire Finnish people.

In the late 70s, they were joined by Jewish Israelis who believed in the Bible and the New Testament. These days Yad HaShmona is home to both Finns and Israelis, sharing peaceful community living based on their faith in the Scripture of God.