Dana Guest House is hugely different from the larger hotels of Amman and Petra where most of Jordan's tourists head. Dana offers an element of solitude and a homely atmosphere with wholesome local cuisine and personal service.

The rooms are simply furnished, with only one room being en-suite. This room is often booked well in advance meaning you can expect shared bathrooms (Standard Rooms). The rooms are clean and comfortable and for those wishing an experience off the beaten track, then Dana Guest House is ideal. Each room has a wonderful terrace overlooking a 1,000 metre drop to the basin of the Wadi Dana. The sunsets across the far side of the Wadi make this an exceptionally beautiful place to be in the evenings.

Close by is the small village of Dana, which is worth a wander around, and next door to the Guest House is a small handicrafts workshop and nature reserve museum.

It goes without saying the guest's income helps to fund the conservation efforts established in Dana Nature Reserve. Wildlife on offer nearby are the Griffon vulture, Bonelli`s eagle, Sinai rosefinch, Tristram`s grackle and the fan-tailed Raven.

All rooms at the Dana are bright and simply furnished. Each comes with satellite TV, wooden furniture and a small dining area.

The Dana Guest House offers nine Rooms, of which there are two triple rooms and two quad rooms for larger families. The rooms are very basic but comfortable. The highlight is the wonderful views from the balcony.
Facilities include a centrally located dining room and sitting area, and terrace. Traditional and tasty homemade food is served.
Breakfast is available and can be enjoyed in the comfort of guests' rooms. Guests have access to a fully equipped kitchen with a hob. Outdoor barbecue facilities are also available.