RUZANNA’S BED & BREAKFAST
A cozy private house in the center of Stepanavan town.
Beautiful garden, hospitable landlords, great food and a nice room
Ruzanna’s Bed & Breakfast is located in the heart of Stepanavan. it is a cozy house with a history of 220 years. The majority of the citizens of Stepanavan who had first settled in this town have lived at least a day in this house. The street where the house is located is called Milioni street because the majority of the houses of that street belonged to a millionair before the Soviet Union was created. The basement of the house has served as a spinning mill about a century ago, where women carded the wool and made thread out of it. Friendly hosts – Ruzanna and Sos will make your stay adorable and memorable. Ruzanna is a wonderful cook, Sos is the person who is perfectly informed about all the interesting sights in the area. If you are tired of hotels, restaurant food and want to feel at home away from your home, then this is the right place for you. Please come over to our B&B. Here you can feel real Armenian family warmth, eat delicious food, and feel a part of the family. House has one room available for guests and a cozy, beautiful balcony to enjoy your evenings in and a small beautiful garden. Ruzanna’s daughters (Taguhi and Sona) are experts in tourism and will help you with any question you might come up both in Stepanavan and in Armenia. Tours can be organized if requested a few days in advance to all sacred sights around Stepanavan district.
Amenities: 24 hours hot/cold water TV-set Max 2 guests a day
Languages spoken: Russian, English, Armenian
Price: 7.000 AMD per person including breakfast 10.000 AMD per person with including breakfast and dinner.
Address: 9 Sos Sargsyan str., Stepanavan, Armenia
Phone: (+374 93) 23 03 20
Contact Person: Taguhi Sahakyan
Directions: Ruzanna’s B&B is located right behind the municipality building, next to Shahumyan square in the town center. Just call us and we will lead you to the place. For more information on sightseeing, please visit http://stepanavan.net/2010/06/ where you can find my travel guide called “Misteries and Sacred Sites of Stepanavan District” on this website.