Guest House The Cafe of Dimcho Kehaya is a wonderful choice for a holiday in Jeravna. Located a few minutes on foot from the central square of the picturesque village, it is open year-round and offers modern amenities coupled with traditional atmosphere and home-like cosiness. The house has two storeys and is built according the original plan of the home of Dimcho Kehaya - one of the most renowned wealthy men in Jeravna. On the first floor is located the Cafe of Dimcho Kehaya - a cosy tavern with a fireplace, where every visitor may enjoy the specialties from the menu or order something else. In the inner garden of the house the guests may use a barbecue and enjoy their meal outside when the weather is agreeable. The rooms are located on the second floor of this guests house in Jeravna. They are four in total with a capacity for 12 people. There are two double and two quadruple rooms, each decorated in traditional style and provided with a deluxe en-suite bathroom with a shower cabin, heating and LCD TV set with digital television. Guest House The Cafe of Dimcho Kehaya is also suitable for renting by groups.
Located in the center of the architectural reserve Jeravna, Karafezovata Kashta is one of the nationally listed monuments of culture in this unique complex. The house is older than 180 years. Karafezovata Kashta is exceptionally well restored. The enclosed by a high stone wall garden is perfectly landscaped, the wooden materials used for the facade and the interior are also meticulously preserved and renovated when needed. Karafezovata Kashta has two storeys. On the ground floor is provided a tavern with a large fireplace with around 20 seats, where the guests may prepare their own meals. On the upper floor of Karafezovata Kashta offers two exceptionally large rooms in authentic old style, each provided with two single beds. The rooms have TV sets, local heating, private bathroom and are maintained impeccably clean. All rooms open onto a wide veranda from where the guests may enjoy the splendid view and the fresh air. Karafezovata Kashta is a perfect choice for those guests who want to receive more information about Jeravna, its history and culture and at the same time stay comfortably in a house with convenient location.
Yunashki Glavi Guest House is more than 300 years old and is a fine example for early Bulgarian Revival architecture. The house is located in the center of the architectural reserve Jeravna and is nationally listed as a monument of culture. The exterior and interior of Yunashki Glavi Guest House are completely preserved to their original state but the house is adapted to the modern day requirements for comfortable accommodation. Yunashki Glavi Guest House may accommodate its guests in four quadruple rooms, which have kept their authentic style and offer numerous contemporary facilities - heating, TV sets, private modern bathrooms with bath tubs and showers. The rooms open onto a large terrace with a tucked away sheltered corner, suitable for rest and relaxation in the clean air. Yunashki Glavi Guest House also boasts a bright and cozy tavern with a fireplace, TV set and a stereo system, which is intended for the exclusive use of the house guests. When the weather is warm, the favorite place in the house becomes the summer kitchen in the garden with a barbecue, tap, furnace and a dining corner. The garden of Yunashki Glavi Guest House is quite large and has many flower and vegetable beds.
Guest House in Jeravna is part of the architectural reserve of ancient houses in the village of Jeravna, which reserve has been listed as a national monument of culture. The house is centrally located in the village and is entirely built of wood. Through the years it has been meticulously restored in order to preserve to the utmost extent its original architecture and interior and at the same time provide modern facilities for a comfortable stay. By staying at Guest House in Jeravna the visitors of this unique architectural reserve may get a close glimpse of the authentic culture and way of life in Jeravna. On the first floor of the house are located a souvenir shop and an arts gallery. On the second floor are located the three guest rooms provided by Guest House in Jeravna, which may accommodate a total of nine guests. Two of the rooms share one bathroom, while the third room and largest room has a bathroom of its own. The whole house has preserved its authentic old style atmosphere. The spacious back garden is actually leveling the second floor of the house and offers a summer kitchen with a furnace and a dining corner. There is also an open-air veranda, which is an ideal spot for lazing during the day.