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We stayed at the Dibai House for 3 nights and it was absolutel lovely. The housekeeper let us feel more than welcome and helped us a lot - she even came to the bazaar with us to show us the best shop to buy tea....More
Dibai House is an oasis of calm, with very clean, nicely decorated rooms. There is a large courtyard for (excellent) breakfast and to relax in after a busy day exploring Esfahan and the surrounding area.
Thank you, Sufi and Argineh, for looking after me so...More
Intriguingly difficult to find by either of its rather discrete entrances but once found, never to be forgotten. A charming place to stay. Quite small scale and quirky. Inside it is like a home, very private and personal.Colourful and peaceful. Wonderful to have breakfast outside...More
The host is a very artistic and interesting person, so is the house. Felt as if we came to visit our aunt-artist. Friendly, relaxed atmosphere, a little overpriced, but for that you don't feel like a tourist, but like a guest.
Can't believe this place was up and running for 7 years...since it still look very clean and nice, i strongly felt the artist taste out of the owner, a very nice lady who treat her customers like a family member. All the rooms are different,...More