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We stayed at the Cimentepe from 31st Aug to 7th Sept, apartment was clean and certainly bigger than we expected for the 3 of us, the sheets and towels are changed every other day and apartment is cleaned at the same time. The pool is...More
Arrived after a very early morning flight from Birmingham Airport, found staff and accommodation to be very good. We had a two bedroom apartment which was next to Lisa and Eddies home. There are the owners. Very very kind staff, always looking out for you,...More
A fantastic self catering hotel and restaurant. Good size rooms with a nice bathroom with a shower cubicle, with glass, (none of those plastic curtains). The water temperature is easy to control and doesn't vary. The best shower I have abroad for a long time....More
We had a lovely time. The accommodation, although basic, is clean and functional. The kitchenette is a 2-ring hot plate, fridge, sink and cupboards (only improvement I would suggest is a toaster!) The food from the restaurant was great and the staff were really welcoming...More
We had a fab holiday. Special thanks to all staff esp Mercan. They are all friendly, rooms are clean, large and hotel is child friendly. I love family run hotels like this one. I do strongly recommend this hotel if you go to Yalikavak. The...More
Now I can answer my own question, you can exchange money at the bar, when we were there it was 3.80 TL to the pound. The cash point, which is 350 steps from the Cimentepe, (yes I counted) pays out in Turkish Lira at the... More
Now I can answer my own question, you can exchange money at the bar, when we were there it was 3.80 TL to the pound. The cash point, which is 350 steps from the Cimentepe, (yes I counted) pays out in Turkish Lira at the going rate. There is plenty of cash points in Yalikavak, a row of them near the bus station and some down by the front.