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The owner of this place has lived in Cappadocia for 35 years. When he saw me leafing through a Lonely Planet Guide, he says "put that away I'll take you where you need to go" and over the next three days personally drives me to...More
The hotel is located in the center Goreme and is a few minutes walk to the town center. Serdar (owner/ manager) made our stay special as he is very accommodating and friendly. We stayed in a triple room and is of decent size. It's kinda...More
We booked the hotel in last minute because we have changed our departure date. Even though we stayed there 1 night and shift to another hotel which was already booked weeks ago they were nice enough to drive us to our second hotel. The hotel...More
My sister got sick in our stay there and they helped us all the time: they took us to the hospital, they did all the paper work and stayed with us all day long. You can truly rely on this people.
In addition, the place...More
Positive: -the view from the upstairs balcony is great. -location. Not so positive: -Not good quality breakfast (unless you love margarine) - dustier than other cave hotel -moldy shower -mattress had metals coming out -you can smell the cigarette smoke coming from the office almost...More
Response from AdventuresCool | Reviewed this property |
We were there with a car in November. The streets are narrow, but there is room on the street opposite the hotel's entrance where you should be able to park. The staff showed us where to park and were very helpful.
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