Stay at Nargol with a local family,feel local,Be local Unforgettable Experince in 300 years old traditional house,friendly owners,affordable price,delicious food and more….
Welcome to Iran. We hope you have a lovely stay and that you spend some memorable moments in Esfahan. My wife and I are happy to welcome you in our traditional residence in Isfahan. We want to show you Iranian culture, Iranian life, local home-made food, Iranian famous hospitality and traditional music. Stay with us for a few days. This traditional home is 350 years old. We restored it completely to high standards and we pride ourselves of its cleanliness. The residence is situated in the city center. We offer home-made local foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner
Our guest house is only 30 km away from the Shahid Beheshti Airport. There is no bus from airport to the center, so we advise you to get a taxi.(In Esfahan there is an alternative car service system, which is significantly cheaper than ordinary taxis and can be conveniently booked via an app. Most Iranians use this alternative service. Please contact us before your arrival for further information about this service.)
The train station is located outside of the city centre and is not well connected by public transport. [I think you could add this to explain why it’s not connected. Otherwise people from Europe, who are used to the fact that the train station is the most connected part of town, might think your guesthouse is in a weird location. Instead, it is the rail station which is ina weird location] You can reach us from the train station by taxi
From Kaveh Terminal to get here, take a metro (there is only one line) and getoff at Emam Hossain Station (beside Naqsh-e Jahan Square). Form there, take the bus number 92. The station to get off is the one on Talaghani Avenue. Once you get off at that stop, cross the road, turn left to Kashani Street and turn right after a little walk [could you say how many meters?!] , then turn first left and then right again [could you say the names of the street where one needs to turn right, left and right again?]. The second big wooden door at right side is our guesthouse!