Sirah Traditional House was called Ezat-e-Mohajeran mansion before. It is now a traditional guesthouse  with six bedrooms and a total of 15 beds opened on 31 August 2017. It is a beautifully built traditional house dating back to First Pahlavi era and nestled in Sange-e-Siah neighborhood. Since its renovation, it has been used as a guesthouse. In 2016 it was purchased from its previous owners and was renovated and redecorated. In the front of this architectural grandeur is a square-shaped yard with a small pool and fountain in the middle. Overlooking the yard, are four stained glass windows in the facade of the building and two more sets far back. A flight of stairs with two columns at the end open to a small portico, giving a sense of shelter from outdoor turmoil and functioning as a threshold to the intricate world of inside. The rooms are quite comfortable as there you can find Wi-Fi, towels, clean beds and sheets and air-conditioning.

Iran Traditional Hotels” with years of experience in traditional-oriented tourism in ancient Iran is always happy to arrange your favorite travel package..

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BathroomWCBedTVFridgeWi-FiSafe BoxCoffee/Tea makerToiletries
shared/private
shared/privateYessharedshared
FreeNoNoYes
Room TypesBreakfastConciergeAC poolCoffee shopParkingRoom ServiceRestaurant
Single – DBL

Twin – TPL

Dorm – Quad

IncludedYesYesNo
NoNoYesNo

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