The Guest Room for Men

This summer room is located in the Majlesi yard section of the house and is equipped with “shelf wind catchers” . The room is indicative of the high place of a guest in the eyes of native Kish inhabitants since in this area, a guest is considered to be “blessed by God” and showing hospitality to guests is a religious duty. A sunshade made of “Daan” (woven palm branches) is placed in front of this room where the elders from the neighborhood as well as other guests would be treated in summer afternoons. Due to the high social place of the owner of this house and the fact that he was known as a hospitable and magnanimous person in Kish, guests from near and far used to be treated in his house throughout the year.

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200 meters away in the fishmarket road, toward the Greekship, opposite of the fishing Port, old seffin, Kish Island

Phone 00987644432844
Postal Code 794172222

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