Khayam Alley, RahatAbad Street Kookabiye Bridge, Taft, Yazd 8991964133 Iran
Nartitee Ecolodge, meaning pomegranate blossom, is the first ecolodge in Taft, a city 20 kilometers northeast of Yazd. The city is famous for its juicy pomegranate, and likewise, Nartitee has a garden filled with pomegranate trees, while clay walls surround it. The house is run by a couple who inherited it from their great grandfather and renovated it to accommodate guests.
The house has traditional Iranian architecture in a desert climate. After passing through a vestibule, there is a yard with two rooms and a kitchen. This is also where guests can hang out. There is a second yard where the rest of the rooms are located. Each room is named after a Zoroastrian ceremony. A total of 9 bedrooms with a capacity of 30 persons that have internet access and Shared bathrooms are available. Laundry service is also provided. Guests can enjoy homemade food by request. A shop named Dokan is where you can buy handmade products, like Zoroastrian clothes and handcrafts.
Taft is a relatively small city, and you can get to attractions such as Sadri Garden, Taft fire temple, Taft water mill, and Cham village cypress in a matter of minutes. To get to Nartitee Ecolodge, you can catch a bus in Yazd Imam Ali Square.