Nestled in the heart of Telavi, Guest House Top Floor benefits from a prime location that captures the essence of this historic city. Positioned just a brief 5-minute stroll from the captivating historical center, guests enjoy convenient access to an array of cultural and architectural wonders. With its captivating architecture and a bustling covered market nearby, the guest house’s central position enables guests to effortlessly explore Telavi’s vibrant city center, immersing themselves in its abundant heritage and cultural treasures.
Guest House Top Floor offers a range of amenities to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay. The property features a pool, perfect for a refreshing swim or a relaxing soak in the sun. Additionally, guests can make use of the barbecue facilities for delightful outdoor dining experiences.
Inside the guest house, the rooms are adorned with tasteful antique furnishings, creating a charming and cozy atmosphere. Some units provide picturesque views of the mountains or city. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom fitted with free toiletries. Guests can also take advantage of the fully equipped kitchen and the convenience of a washing machine.
With Tbilisi International Airport located just 50 km away, reaching the property is convenient. Whether guests are seeking relaxation by the pool, outdoor adventures, or exploring the historical center of Telavi, Guest House Top Floor offers a comfortable retreat with a range of amenities to enhance the overall experience.
Telavi, the main city and administrative center of Georgia's eastern province of Kakheti, is a city steeped in history and cultural significance. Situated on the foothills of the Tsiv-Gombori Range at an elevation of 500–800 meters (1,600–2,600 feet) above sea level, Telavi has a population of approximately 19,751 inhabitants as of 2017. Archaeological findings trace the origins of Telavi back to the Bronze Age, and the city's historical importance is evidenced by accounts dating back to the 2nd century AD. Throughout the centuries, Telavi served as a political, administrative, and cultural center, playing a significant role in the Kingdom of Kakheti and later the united Eastern Georgian Kingdom of Kartl-Kakheti. Under the reign of King Erekle II in the 18th century, Telavi experienced a period of growth and cultural development. It became a strategic and cultural hub, with the establishment of a theological seminary and a theater. King Erekle II's reforms had a profound impact on the political, economic, and cultural landscape of the region, making him a symbol of Georgian freedom and national independence. Today, Telavi and its surroundings are adorned with a wealth of historical, architectural, and natural treasures. Within the city, notable heritage monuments await exploration, reflecting the rich heritage and cultural legacy of Telavi and its people.
Temuri and Marina are the proud owners of the Telavi family guest house, where a homely atmosphere and genuine care for guests create a truly unforgettable experience. With their warm hearts and attention to detail, they make every guest feel cherished and welcomed.