Aghazadeh Historical House is one of the priceless houses in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Yazd. This 200-year old house from the Qajar era is located in Abarkooh, Yazd. After going under a demanding renovation process, the house finally got prepared to welcome Iranian and non-Iranian guests. Colorful glasses in the windows, delicate molding on the edges, and tall arches, all signify the traditional Persian architecture.
Abarkooh is a town in the southwest of the historical city of Yazd in the centre of Iran. Abarkooh is a frequently-visited town in Yazd province mainly because of its many worth seeing assets, both cultural and natural. Among the 128 monuments that have been registered as National Heritage Sites in Abarkooh, the 5000-year old cypress tree is a must-see.
Aghazadeh Historical House has prepared several amenities to satisfy the basic needs of its guests. Drown in the dream of a sip of Persian tea coming true in the traditional teahouse. The café, traditional teahouse, and restaurant of this house give you a great image of a combination of luxury and traditional design and décor. In addition, the food, snacks, and drinks that you will taste here are simply way better than you might expect. There is also parking with a capacity of 5 cars. Moreover, shop, taxi service, daily newspaper, shoe-shining machine, and services for the disabled are available. In case of any inquiries, you can directly go to the 24-hour reception.
“This monument shows that abarkouh roots in deep civilization and culture. a gorgeous view in day and night. it is recommended by everyone who visits it. Mohsen_thegreat87, TripAdvisor”
“unpredictable surprisingly historical House (Nearly 400 years old) where You Can have a delicious meal in front of a nice garden. The atmoshere is quiet, far from any stress. The windcatcher is unique(2 levels). sandracecca, TripAdvisor”
“The wind catchers and the house are on the 20'000 Rial Bill. Its a nice house and the girl showing us around was very nice. A great spot for a stop and take some pictures. Graido, TripAdvisor”