A small cozy guest house decorated in an old Armenian rustic style will allow you to rest alone with nature. In the process of rest you can pass master classes in pottery and carpet weaving. At your disposal is the national cuisine, you can taste Armenian dishes cooked on the grill or in the tonyr. The place is rich in sights, in the vicinity of monasteries and monuments of architecture, walking tours to the castle of Ambert and the spring of Panahpur are also possible.
“The best experience I have ever had on vacation or Airbnb. I arrived late at night around 9PM and they greeted me with smiles. Alla the wife of Albert, came out to the front door and greeted me with open arms and smiles, first impressions are everything. She showed me the place I would stay and asked me what I would like to eat for late dinner. The place is very unique and enchanting, as soon as you walk in tou realize that you will be relaxing and enjoying every moment. Albert, Alla and their son are very down to earth and attentive. You can take the pottery class or painting class with Albert, both are great. Alla makes the best dishes and treats you like family, make sure you try all her dishes if you have the time. Albert's nephew Arsen is also very nice and he will take you anywhere needed in Armenia, just ask Albert about taxi services. I will definitely be back next year and I have recommended this listing to all my friends. You won't be disappointed”
Nice small 4th floor apartment in a not renovated Soviet time house. Near to all Ejmiatsin churches and other sights. View over town to mount Ararat. Shops and other services just around the corner.
“The house is located in the town of Echmi Ajin, 20 minutes drive from the city. The town is also a tourist attraction with many churches, a business hall selling telephone cards, and a bank-changing restaurant. It is a very developed town. The residents in the town are also very friendly. Every time they go to the city by car, they are eager to give orders to the elderly women. The impression is very deep. It is also very convenient to go to the city. There is no bus far from the downstairs. You can go to the central bus station or the opera house directly to the city. The landlord communicated very well and the house was very large and clean. In line with the picture, the landlord also stated in advance that the building was not renovated in the Soviet era, but the interior is perfect, very new, and there are some, there is no impact on us. On the day of Armenia’s Independence Day, the landlord also sent local red wine, thank you.”
This cozy guesthouse in a historical village will allow you to explore Armenia and spend unforgettable time. National cuisine available, including clean eco dairy made locally (milk, butter, Armenian yogurt ... ). Meal options for breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner (International or Armenian homemade delicious barbecue and other traditional dishes can be made per your request).
“Great experience in a very confortable house in a peaceful village near ancient monasteries, a castle, a lake and the mount Aragats (tallest mountain in Armenia). Susana and her husband are very kind, attentive and helpful persons. The hospitality will make you feel like in your own home and you will learn a lot from the Armenian life and culture. They also have a garden full of the fresher fruits and vegetables that you will be able to eat at dinner. I hope to be back in the future.”