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Nurata Guesthouse (Sentyab Village), Nurata Mountains

Nurata Guesthouse (Sentyab Village)

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No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places

Our rating: Simple | Property style: Guesthouse

The Nurata Guesthouse Association is comprised of seven guesthouses across five villages in the Nurata mountains. At each of the guesthouses you will live with the family and be able to observe and join in with their daily lives as well as explore the area on foot or by donkey. The guesthouses are very simple, and bedrooms are usually decorated with rugs and feature kurpacha mattresses. In the winter the guesthouses can become quite cold and are heated with hot coals, whilst in the summer, it is possible to sleep outside. Outdoor bathroom facilities include showers, western flush toilets and running water. Home cooked meals are taken with the family with the ingredients often coming from the guesthouse’s own vegetable gardens and animals.

Nurata Guesthouse (Sentyab Village)

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Nurata Guesthouse (Sentyab Village), Nurata Mountains

The Nurata Guesthouse Association is comprised of seven guesthouses across five villages in the Nurata mountains. At each of the guesthouses you will live with the family and be able to observe and join in with their daily lives as well as explore the area on foot or by donkey. The guesthouses are very simple, and bedrooms are usually decorated with rugs and feature kurpacha mattresses. In the winter the guesthouses can become quite cold and are heated with hot coals, whilst in the summer, it is possible to sleep outside. Outdoor bathroom facilities include showers, western flush toilets and running water. Home cooked meals are taken with the family with the ingredients often coming from the guesthouse’s own vegetable gardens and animals.

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