Zeitoon Alley, Sangtarashha Alley, Hakim Nezami St., Isfahan 81464 Iran
Keshish House started to operate as a hotel in 2018. The house dates back to 200 years ago and was belonged to an Armenian priest, named Gargan Haranian, who was born in New Julfa, one of the oldest Armenian quarters in the world. If you want to live in a luxurious Safavid era house for a few days, then this is your place.
The one-story building has all the characteristics of Iranian style architecture, like a vestibule, alcove, terrace, and a courtyard with a pond. The premise has 12 rooms and suites. Each room has a specific name matching its decoration. All rooms and suites are equipped with an air conditioning system, WiFi, hairdryer, and fridge. You can sit in the courtyard and order beverages and meals at the hotel’s cafe restaurant, all while enjoying the breeze and traditional music.
Keshish House is located along the south bank of Zayanderud and Vank Cathedral is just a walk away. Besides Si O Se Pol Bridge and Naqsh-e-Jahan Square are a 10-minute drive. There are also lots of coffee shops and restaurants in the neighborhood, make the opportunity for a pleasant afternoon stroll.