Located on the banks of the Qum River, the caravanserai consists of a four-iwan courtyard with a projecting portal and round turrets on the exterior. The nearby bridge, now in ruins, also dates from the Safavid period.
Haji-Qassemi, Kambiz, ed. 2005. Cyclopaedia of Iranian Islamic Architecture. Vol. 17. Tehran: Shahid Beheshti University and Rowzaneh, 96-101.