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When you stay at Tufenkian Avan Marak Tsapatagh Hotel in Tsapatagh, you'll be within the region of Sevan Lake. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities. Planning an event in Tsapatagh? This hotel has facilities measuring 30 square feet (3 square meters), including conference space. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Situated in Chambarak, B&B ANNA features free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a restaurant, a shared lounge and a garden. For added convenience, the property can provide towels and bed linen for an extra charge. A continental breakfast is available each morning at the bed and breakfast. A car rental service is available at B&B ANNA.
Pros: Anna and her mother were really welcoming and warm. They took time to be with us and really took care of us with every little details even with a short notice arrival. The food was great, Anna loves cooking and you can taste it. My friend and I had one of our best stay in Armenia. We definitely recommend it.
Pros: It was a worderfull stay at Anna's place. She and her mother were extremely nice and happy. The food was wonderfull, the best vegetables cooked with love. We will always remember this day.
Pros: Good rooms, lovely staff and the excellent homemade food
Pros: Anna’s mother was absolutely lovely & produced delicious food. She was very willing to work around our timings. Good bike storage Good, hot, solar shower Accommodation basic but bed comfortable.
Cons: Very difficult to find - not where it says on the map. No signs. Roads off the main road very muddy. Unfortunately english speaking Anna wasn’t in Chambarak & so was unable to help us. Instead we had to rely on a series of members of the public to speak to her on the phone over several calls as no-one in the village seemed to know where it was either. Rather cold in public areas.