ENJOY A PLEASANT STAY At
ECOLOTKA'S WOODEN HOUSES
In Gilan traditional architecture
It was a couple of years ago when we decided to escape from crowd, stress and thousand of Tehran's small and big problems. Since two of us were originally from Gilan province the first idea was to live in Gilan nature...
Enjoy the delicious and fresh Gilani cuisine in our traditional pergolas. If you are a vegetarian, you can make many choices here
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A unit with 6 traditional bedrolls, two 12 m2 rooms and a large balcony (Talaar) on the second floor of the Shekili architecture building. This balcony has a great view of the four sides of the house. The unit has a private restroom and shower located outside of the building, two mosquito net and two fans for summer, also an oil heater and a Korsi (traditional Iranian heater) for wintertime.
It's a twin room and 20 m2 size with 2 extra traditional bedrolls and large balcony located on the first floor of wooden Shekili building. Facilities are a mosquito net and a fan for summer, a wood heater for winter breeze, and a private restroom and a shower, located outside of the building.
A double room with 2 extra traditional bedrolls and a balcony, is located in the Orjeni architecture building. It has a mosquito net and a fan for summer and a gas heater for wintertime. The room includes private restrooms and showers located outside of the building.
It's a twin room with 2 extra traditional bedrolls and balcony, located in the Orjeni architecture building. The room includes a mosquito net and a fan for summer and a gas heater for wintertime, and Private Iranian toilet and a shower located outside of the building.
The smallest room for 2 people, in the Orjeni building with private Iranian Toilet and private shower. A gas heater for wintertime and a fan and a mosquito net for summer. The room includes private restrooms and showers.
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