Hana Al Hammadi (Abu Dhabi)
Here..in the Castle Inn..there is no sound louder than the chirping of birds, and the fragrance of history that makes you feel proud..
A heritage house that has been transformed into a hotel where those who visit or spend several nights feel that they are moving from the world of modern civilization to the world of ancestors and the heritage of ancestors, where it is separated from the outside world to be dominated by the peace and quiet of the place, and as soon as the visitor walks several steps, he enjoys the fragrance of heritage through a journey Past, history and civilization.
Walid Al-Abdouli, owner of the “Castle Inn” in the Al-Taybeh area in the Emirate of Fujairah, said: “The castle is our idea “my wife and I”, where we love everything related to heritage, and it turned into reality, in February 2020, and we presented it in a different way in support of tourism, and to provide a unique experience for visitors and explorers To the picturesque eastern region, through the experience of staying in an integrated heritage inn, to learn about the life of the Emirati family in the past
He adds: “Our second goal is to support eco-tourism in the region and introduce natural areas in private spaces and throughout the eastern region in general, and to raise awareness of the need to preserve environmental resources, through cooperation with many local authorities, most notably “Fujairah Adventures”, in order to create mountain paths linking the lodges And the ancient archaeological sites, and it continues through the various geological terrains in the region and the eyes and the charming farms to form the path of Taybeh that extends to Wadi Al-Abadla, which is the most important and most beautiful mountain path in the region. The colors to the décor make for a quiet traditional setting away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Al-Abdouli says: “The inn has a large majlis with different seating, a spacious rooftop overlooking the farms from all sides, an integrated barbecue area, a traditional sitting area, and a separate, enclosed and comfortable outdoor kitchen. He added: “It includes a separate farm that contains a simple sitting area, or what we call “Manama”, and a swimming pool was added to enjoy during the summer, stressing that there are many beautiful tourist sites close to the site of the inn, including the famous Bin Dawood shop in the sixties, which contains On old vehicles and many collectibles that were sold in the good times.
The “Castle Inn” was established as a tourist interface and a look at the Emirati heritage, and this was evident through the decorations used, and the way visitors were received with Arabic coffee mixed with cardamom.