Darbe Bagh Hotel
Darbe Bagh guesthouse is the result of nearly two years of painstaking love and care of many artisan Kashan restoration expert. It was built approximately a hundred years ago as a residence for Haj Agha Doroodgar. After his death, the house fell into disuse for over twelve years during the course of which it suffered extensively. When we bought it there was probably no more than one year of life left in it. Our aim and mission were to restore it as closely as possible to its original form and structure. We believe we have been true to our mission of bringing back to life this National Heritage of ours. Under the guiding and expert supervision of Memar Helli and daily superhuman efforts of his son Eng. Javad Helli and guidance of our patron Mrs. Zarrabi we have brought back to life yet another one of our national heritage. We dearly love this home; the individual hand designed and handmade tiles in the bathrooms, over nine months of painstaking plasterwork, the rooms and yard brick surface and extensive search for room lights and so on, represent the exhaustive work of many workmen. We hope you enjoy your stay and appreciate this small example of our beloved Iranian Heritage. Please let us know how we can improve our services.
Cancellation / Prepayment
If a reservation has to be canceled, customers will be charged a fee depending on how far from the departure date the cancellation takes place. 5 days prior to arrival or No-show – 100% of total stay amount The cancellation fees listed here will apply to all reservations unless the Hotel booked has exceptions.
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Kashan, located at an altitude of 1,600 m. above sea level, is one of the main cities of Isfahan province. It is 240 km. to the south of Tehran and 220 km. to the north of Isfahan and can be reached via a first-class highway, national road, or railway from Tehran and Isfahan. Kashan is a beautiful large oasis town on the western edge of the Great Desert Kavir.Kashan is poor in flora and fauna. The most typical plants are bushes and shrubs spreading over the steppes, but the landscape becomes richer with increased elevation.