The Bekhradi historical house is the first and only Safavid historical house that has been restored as a historical accommodation in 2005.
If you are looking for a memorable accommodation in heart of Isfahan city, Bekhradi house could be your best choice.
The Bekhradi historical house was built in 17th century and it has been registered as National Valued Historical Buildings in Iran.
Morteza Bekhradi is owner of this accommodation. He studied interior design and have had many successful background in the restoration of historical monuments in Isfahan University of Art. In addition, he is founder of first art gallery in Isfahan.
Bekhradi house located perfectly nearby of many important attractions of Isfahan such as Naghsh-e Jahan, Ali Qapu palace and Chehel Sotoun palace.
Bekhradi Historical House currently has a variety of decorated royal suites called Ravagh, Tagh, Gooshvareh and Hojreh with unique character of Safavid colored-glass windows as well as wall painting with all sorts of basic amenities.
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type and travel date.
Pets are not allowed.
None of credit cards are accepted in Iran.