Negaar Varzaneh Traditional Guest House is a recently restored historic building dating back to the Pahlavi Era, with spectacular rooftop views over the Jame Mosque and the town of Varzaneh.
“Negaar” is a Persian word meaning picturesque that refers to painting or artistic designs and also a feminine given name meaning beloved.
The aim of our new guesthouse is to make our guests feel like at home, providing them with a common area where to relax and meet other travelers, a small but well equipped kitchenette and a choice of seven cozy rooms: six private ones with en-suite bathroom and a mixed dorm with shared bathroom. We provide lunch and dinner at a small extra cost, all the food being prepared with local ingredients and truly, 100% homemade. We also organize tours, which, besides helping you to discover the beauty of this area, support the local community too.
Mohammad, the owner, is fluent in English, Persian and speaks some French, Arabic and Italian as well.
Being close to the sand dunes, the Salt Lake and many other natural and cultural attractions, “Negaar Varzaneh Traditional Guest House” is an ideal place for anyone interested to experience life in a traditional Persian village.
WHAT’S TO SEE NEARBY ?
Varzaneh is a hidden gem in the middle of the desert, a traditional Persian village with a lot of sightseeing to do. Stroll around the narrow brick alleys watching women hiding themselves in their typical white Chador, enjoy the view from the top of the Pigeon Tower and listen to the local farmers singing to their cattle at the camel and ox mill.
“Negaar Varzaneh Traditional Guest House” is conveniently located in proximity of the Salt Lake, a vast salty platform that once upon a time used to be a sea and the beautiful Sand Dunes, from where you can enjoy a beautiful sunset and the peace and calm of this stunning wonder of nature.