|Description: The guesthouse is situated in a makhalya (private sector) of a Fergana suburb. The Akbarovs have been living in this house since 1990. During this period the house has become considerably larger. Today the house consists of two separate parts, with a combined bathroom and lavatory each part of the house.
At the present moment, four members of the family are living in the house. There are Takhir-aka, the householder, his wife Aisha-opa (by the way she is very famous for her cooking) and two children - a son and a daughter.
The cozy patio is great for relaxing on tapchan (a place to rest and eat). A huge persimmon tree whose fruits ripen in September or October gives shade and cool.
Two Single and two Double rooms are offered at guests' service. There is also a big hall where about 10 people can be accommodated. But there are no sofas or armchairs, so you will be offered to lie down on "kurpachas" - traditional mattresses used by many peoples of Central Asia.
Lunch or dinner consists of Uzbek or European dishes (at your choice) which can be offered by the housewife.