the 3-star Abyaneh Hotel located in Abyaneh village started its activity since 2007 and includes 4 floors and 35 units (rooms and suits). the hotel has been buit by the local materials (red soil).
Tourist attractions of Abyaneh
Built in Safavid era Located in "Pas Khanghah district A three story edifice A barrel vault portal Safavid wall paintings Functioning as Safavid kings' resort in the winter and sufis' and dervishs' concourse
Possessing two major caravanserais and some minor which have been destroyed by flood Caravanserais located in west side of the village
Shotorkhun-e Shirazi Jafareh house/Shotorkhun-e Jafare Shotorkhun-e Mozaffareh Shotorkhun-e Taghi Mir Shah Ali
Owning three water mills, all locating in the river banks of "Daryoon" river, one of them still fonctioning
Areh Harreh Areh Miyoon Areh Daryoon
Owning 4 water reservoirs, none functioning today
"Mian deh" being 100years old "Porzaleh" "Palizeh" "Pa-Baghcheh" or "Pas-Baghcheh"
"Jameh Mosque" which is located in "Mian Deh" has two Shabistans-places in traditional mosques with ceilings for nocturne prayers or relaxation- the new one and the old. The older one is connected to the alley by a small door, and has a wooden floor and an old wood carving seljuq pulpit. Additionally, it has an ancient wooden altar with engravings on it. The most recent Shabistan, though has a huge hall with engraved capitals and a light in the roof. The ceiling is made of walnut wood and has carvings of the holy Quran. "Porzaleh Mosque" located in Pol quarter belongs to Ilkhanid period, is a two story building. The second story was built in Safavid dynasty and in Qajar era a veranda was added. The eastern door of the mosque is the oldest in the village. "Hajatgah Mosque" is approximately 400 years old and is located in Ziaratgah quarter near the old cemetery of the village. The façade was made of bricks, ornamented with crescent doors and windows. "Yoosmoon Mosque" a two story mosque that is located in Yoosmoon quarter was built nearly 700 years ego.
"Hinza shrine" is located south west of the village in cliffs of a narrow valley. It is allied to BiBi-Zobeideh-Khatoon and also Anahita the Persian goddess of water. It is said that numerous miracles have had occurred in this place, and it is still home of unique traditions. "Issa and Yahya" shrine is located in west part of the village in Herdeh quarter. In contrast with other buildings, it has a central yard with a fountain originating from village main stream. Also an octagonal dome with professional tile work and an engraved porch add to its beauty.
The 3-star Abyaneh Hotel is in a village in the central district part of Natanz County in Isfahan. Abyaneh is one of the oldest villages in Iran. Abyaneh people have preserved the characteristics of ancient Persian language which belongs to the language of Sassanian. Since 2005, the village has been undergoing archaeological excavations.
The main tourist attraction that you will find in Abyaneh is the village itself, and of course the residence. The village perfectly preserves its authenticity and originality. Hence, you can observe whole new cultural elements, different from anywhere else in Iran. Men and Women walk through the alleys wearing their colorful traditional clothes. You may wonder why this village looks like stairs. Well, if you look closely, you will see the village on Karkas Mountain slopes. Using stairway architecture, the yard of the building above is the roof of the building below! Don’t forget to visit Abyaneh Castle and Abyaneh Anthropology Museum beside the village itself.
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