When it comes to hotel accommodations in Turkey, you’ll find some of the finest establishments globally, often at prices more reasonable than comparable ones in other parts of Europe. Each hotel boasts a unique style, providing basic amenities alongside a touch of Turkish hospitality. Prices vary based on factors such as quality, star rating, category, popularity, and reputation. Your journey through Turkey is not just about exploration; it’s about immersing yourself in unparalleled comfort and charm. Once your itinerary is set, I am ready to assist you in booking these extraordinary accommodations.
Here are glimpses of some of my preferred hotels and my guest house in the captivating region of Cappadocia:
Cappadocia is a Unesco world heritage region located in the central part of Turkey known for its interesting landscape, rock formations, fairy chimneys, rock carved churches and cave dwellings. Since I always liked mountains, I acquired a complex of derelict houses composed of several rooms and caves up above the area in 2002, in a small town called Uchisar. The rock castle and the houses around Uchisar were inhabited by early Christian communities and possibly by Hittites earlier, drawn to the strategic advantage of elevated locations. During the restorations in one of the caves we found a tunnel behind a wall connecting the cave rooms to a network of underground passages. The existence of the tunnel in that cave room is an indication that those caves are probably dating back from the Late Imperial Hittite period when iron tools started to be widely used. The guest house offers stunning panoramic views over the valleys and the Erciyes Mountain in the horizon. Whether you’re drawn to the allure of ancient history, the mystical landscapes, or the cozy charm of cave dwellings, your stay at my guest house promises an unforgettable journey through the ages.