Located near the Central Covered Bazaar, the Taş Han (inn) is a complex structure that was built between the 11th and 13th century. It features architectural characteristics of the Anatolian Seljuk Period. During the period of the Dulkadiroğulları, restorations were made. This 2 story han is built of rubble stone around a square courtyard. The long open cross-vaulted space opens onto the courtyard with pointed arches.
The second floor was later made of wood with places behind the eaves where the rooms of the inn are located. From the sections opposite the entrance to the municipal market, a second door has been opened. There is an inscription on the arch in the entrance corridor that cannot be read.