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Zamin Hostel in Ramsar



Zamin Hostel in Ramsar is a lovely villa set next to the owner’s home with friendly and helpful staff full of local knowledge, close to the Ramsar city’s jungle. This delightful lodge is the perfect base for a small family or group of friends wishing to explore the surrounding area.

 

 

This cozy villa has two comfortable bedrooms, both offering en-suite shower rooms and windows leading out to a jungle and sea view. They also include large lockers for big backpacks. There is a fully equipped kitchen and dining area in the panorama living room that provides everything for your culinary needs, and the sitting area has comforting heating and cooling systems.

 

A large panorama room is on the third floor with natural light and opens out to the jungle and sea, ideal place for enjoying and relaxing for the whole day and meditating on sunset in the middle of Caspian Sea. The sky here, at sunset, looks like a carnivorous flower.

 

Steps down from the bedrooms lead you onto the enclosed lawned yard, ideal for you to relax and meditate under the sky and hear the birds sounds or barbecue with your friends and have fun.

 

Ramsar city in Mazandaran province is a popular sea resort for tourists. The town also offers hot springs, green forests of the Alborz Mountains, the vacation palace of the last Shah. 27 kilometers (17 mi) south of Ramsar and 2,700 meters (8,900 ft) above the sea level in the Alborz mountains is Javaher Deh village, which is an important tourist attraction around Ramsar city.

 

From here you can enjoy heritage trails and guided walks around the city and numerous footpaths. Javaher Deh village (the village of Jewel), is a short distance away and is really worth to visit. It is located at the end of a winding green road and offers beautiful scenery of seemingly endless green fields, snow-capped mountains,vast dense woods, rolling green hills and picturesque north-Iranian farms and villages.

 

Also within reach are a series of gaseous and sulfur hot springs, located in regions such as Jawaher Deh, Kotalum, and Sa'dat Mahaleh, all around Ramsar. The aggregate of hotels, municipality buildings and private quarters have erected swimming pools, showers and baths to cater to the needs of visitors and the inhabitants of the city. Also Tonekabon and Ramsar Forests are just over an hour’s drive away. These green forests with a high percentage of rainfall are also reputedly known as the Do Hezar forests of Jennat-e-Roodbar and Eshkavarat. The same are located between the sea and the mountainous region. Beautiful forest and rural roads, various natural and regional factors are responsible for making these forests one of the peerless regions in Iran. This wonderful recreational area makes a perfect holiday location at any time of the year for you and your friends.

 

Amenities

• Heating and cooling equipment

• Oven and fridge/freezer, washing machine

• Free local sim card

• Free WI-FI

• TV

• Bed linen and towels

• Parking for 2 cars

• One well-behaved cat

• Sorry, no smoking in closed areas

• Shop and restaurants 30 mins walk

• Sea-side walking path

• There's ramped access up to the front door

• This property may not be suitable for wheelchair users, please contact us if you have any specific requirements

 

 

How to Get Here:

  • From Ramsar Airport 20 min by Taxi.
  • From Ramsar bus station 20 min by Taxi.
  • From nearest big city (Rasht), 2 Hours by car.
  • From Tehran you can Reach us by Bus (5 Hours) and Airplane(1 Hour).
  • You can also ask for transfer services by contacting the number you'll receive in the confirmation email.
 


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