The village room is dated to the 19th century due to its architectural and ornamental features. The entrance to the building is located on the west side. A reinforced concrete addition has been made to the facade where the entrance is located. The windows of the building, which underwent many changes during the repairs, are not original either. The interior consists of a coffee pavilion and sitting areas. The wooden carved decorations in the interior preserve their originality. The polygonal engravings in the circle in the middle of the ceiling and the ceiling decoration that revolves around it with lozenges are striking. Scotch pine wood was used extensively. Village rooms are the common areas where the guests coming to the village are hosted, the people of the village gather, conversations are made.