It’s situated on the access road to the Monastery David Gareji (7-8 km).
This restaurant – campsite is in the middle of nowhere and for that reason it becomes a wonderful oasis to satisfy your thrist and allow you to rest in a hippie like atmosphere. They offer homemade tea, beer, juices and even Kvareli wines.
They serve international and Georgian dishes like kubdari, chvishtari, Polish tomatoe soup, etc. The restaurant is open all day and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
You can choose between camping with your own gear, renting a tent, or sleeping on rustic beds inside the house. They also offer information on the country, bike rentals and can even organize svana folk concerts with local bands (with advanced notice).