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Set in Korsha, Village Korsha, Gama Guest house offers free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a garden and a terrace. An oven and stovetop are also featured, as well as a kettle. Great owner. Very helpful. Fire wood all the time. Kitchen. Nice rooms. Nice view.
Fifth Season is offering accommodations in Jut'a. The hotel has a sun terrace and lake views, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant or a drink at the bar. Gudauri is 27 miles from the hotel. It was like a fairytale that came to life. The place alone is enough to make you fall in love with nature. From our window we could see the snowcapped mountain. Even by staying inside the room, you can still enjoy the place. Truly magical. The hotel is just an icing to the cake. It exceeded our expectations. Highly recommendable. I went with my 1 and 2 year old boys. It was a challenge going there knowing we had to walk uphill but it was nothing compared to the beauty of nature you'll get to see. You may rent a horse to carry your stuff to the hotel.
Hotel SHIBI has a restaurant and a terrace in Jut'a. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. At the inn, rooms are equipped with a balcony with a mountain view. From the time I arrive until I left I was felt very welcome. Tamuna (i hope I am spelling her name right) was a gracious and friendly host. She prepared us yummy dinner and breakfast and ensure we had a comfortable stay.
Levan & Megi in Jut'a provides accommodations with a bar, a garden and a terrace. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. All guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with an electric tea... Megi and Levan are both incredibly friendly and Megi is a fantastic cook. We could see Chaukhi from our window as well as most of Juta, but the location wasn't too noisy to sleep.
Located in Chargali, Tourist Complex Khomi features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with a barbecue. Amazing place! We stayed here for one night with a group of friends and it was all perfect. Some of the best Georgian food I’ve ever had. Certainly planning to go back there!
To reach shatili you'll need a 4x4, it's as remote as you can get what with the road being so treacherous. The locals are a funny bunch, women are considered impure and are therefore not allowed everywhere in the village, where exactly is not defined. The nature here is pure but on the cusp of being irrevocably lost due to the construction of the new road and coming hoards of tourists.