I have stayed in Nartitee many times, alone or with my friends. Tina, Ramtin, Noushin and other guys who worked there before are like my family and I really love them. They are very friendly and sweet. The house is really beautiful and lovely. If you go there in autumn you can pick pomegranate and it eat. The village where Nartitee located in is so attractive. There are lots of big old houses which are so nice to see. You can walk or ride a bicycle through streets and gardens. If you wanna go to Yazd, I think you should stay here!
Friendly guest house in old valleys of TAFT, takes you to ancient Iranian hospitality, Tina and Ramtin the hosts was so warm welcoming. The accommodations were enough for a cheap and simple trip. I will come again and again with my family
I stayed in this house first by accident and then it became my favorite place and I visit here every month. Very cozy and friendly environment, this time I stayed 3 days and I enjoyed winter sun in the garden.
You cannot argue with the myriad of good reviews. The hosts are fabulous, have great English and bend over backwards to help you enjoy your stay However, my hippy days are long gone if indeed they ever really were there so we need to take a step back and put things in perspective I’m sure the gardens and orchard would be sublime in the spring or autumn, but in mid winter when we were there the weather was bleak so all huddled inside around a gas fire with 3 bar electric heaters in each room. No very eco-lodgey The property is somewhat isolated, a 25 minute taxi run from Yazd in a drab part of a rather drab little town, so all the action is within their 4 walls, but maybe that is it’s charm if that is what you are after 15 euros a night per person doesn’t sound a heck of a lot, but this is Iran. We had 4 and 5 star hotels in the main tourist towns for that sort of money Similarly, 7 euros per head for a basic meal of bread, dips and halva was one our most expensive meals and we dined in some very fine restaurants. Yes, it’s charming and great but things need to be kept in perspective. Or you blame Lonely Planet for their ringing endorsement and say good luck to them …
Such an awesome, cosy, and amazing place to be demand. You can spend perfect and romantic nights by piano melodies here. Stay for several nights, you will find a lot of nice friends. Meals are perfect also 🤩🤭