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گرمه روستای دور افتاذه ای است در دل کویر که حدود 200 کیلومتر با یزد فاصله دارد نزدیکترین شهر به این روستا شهرستان خور میباشد که حدود 6500 نفر جمعیت دارد و در 30 کیلومتری شمال گرمه واقع است

نام  روستای گرمه با نام آقای مازیار آل داوود و خانواده اش گره ای سخت خورده است چه بسیاری هستند که گرمه را با نام مازیار  و مهمانسرای آتشونی اش می شناسند

بی شک مازیار کار بسیار بزرگی انجام داده و در تاریخ توریستی کویر ایران نام خود را برای همیشه به یادگار باقی گذاشته است

مازیار اقدام به ساخت مکانی کرد برای جهانگردان و مسافران که یکی دو روزی را به دور از هم همه های شهریشان در دل کویر سپری کنند و خاطرانی زیبا برای خودشان بسازند 

بی شک کاری که مازیار آل داوود به کمک خانواده اش کرده است کار دشواری بوده اما وی بنیانگذار این حرکت برای همه روستاهای اطراف بوده که هم اینک به صنعت گردشگری روی آورده اند

عکس بالا نمایی از پشت بام کاه گلی مهمانسرای آتشونی است که به تمام روستا مشرف بوده و در پایین عکس آغل و طویله مهمانسرای آتشونی به همراه دام و شتری که همگان با نام شبنم او را میشناسند دیده میشود که خود از جاذبه های این مهمانسرا برای شهرنشینان دورافتاده از طبیعت است

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