By The Lemon Tree Furnished Rooms

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Convivial, pet friendly accommodation for daily or long term rental
In Jordan, it is difficult to rent accommodation for anything under 6 months and, even then, not only will you be asked to pay in advance but you will also have to run around town to connect utilities and wi-fi, purchase heating fuel or find house help 
Moreover, if you happen to be travelling with your four legged friend, it will be that much harder to find short term accommodation 
By The Lemon Tree you will find pet friendly furnished accommodation ready to move in. Rent for one day or one year. No fuss, no muss
For the full experience, from Saturday to Thursday you may wish to join our family breakfast occasionally
Note that other than Friday, breakfast will not be prepared on major holidays - Christmas day, New Year day and Easter (Catholic), as we'll be weathering the effects of the prior day's celebrations

Lease Rates  

Rates start at US$70 per day 
Unless you are tax exempt, 16% Sales Tax will be added
If paid in advance, we will extend a 10% rebate after the 10th night and 15% after the 30th night - rebates also extended in exchange for fine Usquebaugh or Gascony Elixir






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ALL the information contained on this web site and, indeed, in the correspondence we exchange with you, is factual and material to your comfort
We dispense with poetic license and standard written formulas so you may concentrate on the things that matter 
For your own comfort, do not gloss over the information we provide or the questions we ask