About Dibai House
Dibai House is a historic Persian residence that has been restored entirely and transformed into a Heritage Guesthouse.
Dibai House is a family-run business which gives visitors the opportunity to stay in a historic mansion at the very center of the Old City, surrounded by a picturesque and artistic setting. Dibai House is a Heritage Guesthouse located in Isfahan, Iran, and offers its guests accommodation in a historic house, right at the heart of the Old City, aiming to provide a cultural, unconventional and enjoyable experience.
Facilities and services:
- Wifi is available free of charge.
- Home-made breakfast is served every morning.
The house has various common areas:
- A kitchen, with fridge, cooker, microwave and electric kettle, were guests can prepare tea or coffe, snacks and light meals.
- The Shah Neshin. Nowadays used as a big living room, this room is a feature common to all traditional Persian residences and historically was the house’s main hub, and where guests were received and entertained.
- Spacious Shabestans, or basements, where the dining room is located.
- A TV room, with a flatscreen set and home cinema system.
- The Hoz Khane, or pool house, with intricate window and mirror works, paintings, reliefs and beautifully crafted walls.
- Two sahn, or outdoor courtyards
Number of rooms:
Dibai House has nine rooms that can accommodate up to nineteen guests. There are two single rooms, five twin rooms and two triple rooms. Two of the twin rooms are en-suite, while the other rooms have access to five modern bathrooms.
Dibai House is located in the Harunie district, in the centre of the Isfahan‘s Old City .
Dibai House serves as a perfect base for exploring Isfahan. It is close to the Great Bazaar (three minutes’ walk), the Jame Mosque (six minutes’ walk) and the Naqshe Jahan (Imam) Square (ten minutes’ walk).
Other attractions that lie within a walking distance are the Chehel Souton Palace, the Natural History Museum, the Decorative Arts Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Arts, the Sadr Mosque, the Hakim Mosque, the Shrine of Jafar, the Mausoleum of Harun Velayat and the Nimurvand School.
We are also very proud to be next-door neighbours of the Ali Mosque and its eleventh-century Seljuk minaret. The house’s central courtyard has a panoramic view of this tower, which the city’s tallest minaret.
Bus lines stop at nearby Qayam Square easily communicate Harounie with Chahar Bagh Boulevard, the riverside and the New Quarter.
Taxis operate extensively and are inexpensive.
Safe parking space is available day and night in Masjed Ali Alley and in nearby car park.