Lonely Planet review
Mirrored stars twinkle on the vaulted roof of the four-bed dorm in this simple but atmospheric traditional hotel. Rooms come in many shapes and forms, but most are arranged around a pretty courtyard with a large decorative pool and plenty of seating – it’s a great place to enjoy dinner (meals US$3.50 to $7.50). The hotel uses profits to help fund its NGO, which promotes the arts and is based in the house. Note that air-con is only available in rooms with bathroom and that US$9 discounts are offered in the low season.
Our independent authors have visited Khan-e Ehsan and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Kashan.
Services & facilities
- Air conditioning
- Internet access
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