Keshish Hotel the House of Julfa's honorable priest in Isfahan
If Isfahan the Persian Florence is your next holiday and would like to discover the Armenian or Julfa area in Isfahan the best residence for a dreamy accommodation is the Keshish House / Hotel. It is one of the few historical and traditional houses that had been renovated and changed into a boutique hotel in Julfa. A beautiful and artistic house that belonged to Gargin Haranian, the honorable priest in Julfa.
Perhaps one of the most fascinating parts of any trip, especially the historic and old towns, is visiting its beautiful old buildings. Isfahan's old houses are one of the most effective and influential elements in getting to know the history and culture of this city. So staying in this old house/hotel can lead you to the old culture of this area. All the old houses in Iran have a common characteristic.
Hatef House/ Hotel
The Hatef 120 years old traditional House/Hotel is a memorial to Pahlavi architecture. This house is renovated and restored in 1397 with the aim of reviving historic houses. The beautiful courtyard of this house is decorated like all Iranian houses with a pool and fish inside it and various flowers around it and you can enjoy the beauty of this house while you are drinking a cup of Persian tea with your family and friends.
Accommodation in Isfahan's historic houses is one of the most enjoyable parts of travel. Especially if you are staying in one of the old houses of the Safavid or Qajar era. The architectural and decorative features of these old homes that are adorned with the most beautiful architectural and decorative elements will attract every traveler.
Historic House of Bekhradi
If you are going to stay at a Safavid historic house (17th century) in the last capital of the Safavid dynasty, Isfahan, this is it. This is the only Safavid historic house (17th century) that has been restored and used in Iran as a traditional residence since 2005. This old traditional Hotel/House is renovated and designed for those looking for the comfort of a hotel, the privacy, and convenience of a home, and a memorable stay in a historic museum-type house.