The Fahadan is a nice change to many of the hotels that you normally stay in on holiday.
It is located in a courtyard house/ mansion, which has been restored very nice.
Our room and ensuite was quite basic, having to traul our luggage up the perilous flight of stairs.
The hotel (and I think the town also for that matter) seems to cater for a lot of internal tourism, as there were always a lot of locals from Tehran etc coming through having a look at the building.
The internal courtyard is very nice to relax for a few hours and have tea/ juice.
Because it caters mainly for Iranians the breakfast is EXTREMELY basic (like most throughout the country) - fried eggs are the only thing on the menu other than the standard feta/ cucumbers/ tomatoes/ yoghurt/ pita bread etc.
The hotel seems to be run entirely by a group of young people (under 30). Whilst extremely friendly and nice, they don't quite understand the concept of hotel management.
We only had 1 that could speak english, and during 'breakfast' they meander through and help themselves to breakfast. You need to walk up to them and ask for tea.
To drag our luggage back down the perilous stairs and out to our car we had it sitting outside our door for at least 10 - 15mins before they figured out that we needed assistance.
Overall though, quite nice