three areas lie side by side and are connected by passageways. The first
section was used as a larder, with recesses hollowed from the rock being
used as storage spaces. In the kitchen there is a "tandir", a type
of oven still found in local village houses. The final section was the
refectory. A long table carved from the rock extends from the left
of the entrance. This would have seated 40 - 50 people. To the right of
the table is a winery hollowed in the floor used for squashing grapes.