Bahrain is a splendid country in the Middle Eastern landscape with an impressive historical legacy that has stood the test of time. Nestled within the golden sands of the Arabian desert, it boasts a rich past steeped in the pearling trade prevalent in the country since 2000 BC. Visitors to this exquisite nation would do well to consider some exclusive accommodation options, such as one of many fine Bahrain serviced apartments. For select Bahrain accommodation, invest in a property situated in the elite Juffair residential neighbourhood, such as the Somerset Al Fateh Bahrain. Featuring stylish interiors and contemporary conveniences, it is the ideal location for business and leisure visitors to absorb the breathtaking cultural offerings of the country. Located in Muharraq City, the Siyadi House is a mainstay in Bahrain’s historic pearling trail, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built to accommodate the Siyadi family who moved there during the 19th century, and the family wealth was mainly derived from the country’s pearling industry, which bloomed in Muharraq in the 1800s. The house is a part of a larger building complex built for the pearl merchant Abdullah Bin Isa Siyadi, and the compound includes a beautiful old mosque, Siyadi Mosque, which is the oldest part of the complex, and a majlis, which is a legislative building in Islamic terms, and means “places of sitting” in Arabic. Presently, Siyadi House is occupied by Abdullah bin Hassan Siyadi, grandson of the builder and is not open to the public, but some parts of Siyadi complex is. The three buildings (the house, the mosque and the majlis) feature intricate illustrations of the pearling trade, and the majlis in particular has one room worth visiting. At present, the majlis is under the jurisdiction of the country’s Ministry of Culture, and the Siyadi complex is a fascinating testament to the country’s most established industry.