The two floors with reception are almost 400 years old, and at the time a certain Sheikh Rogue was the owner. The places expanded with the new arrivals, the last being the imam Ahmed. Left away, the house became a hotel 26 years ago. It's a kind of museum with its central light sink, its mouldings, its beautiful qamareyas, its sculpted old door and its interior paved with raw stones. The hotel's terrace is shaded with plants and cacti, its excellent restaurant (about 800 rials) and in the courtyard a small antiques shop sells postcards that can be shipped from the hotel's mailbox.
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