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Gamirasu Cave Hotel Urgup
Gamirasu is the name of an exquisitely restored eighteen-room troglodyte cave house opened in 1999, in Ayvali Village near Urgup in the heart of Cappadocia, Turkey.
Karlik Evi Boutique Hotel Uchisar
KARLIK EVI is a traditional Anatolian style boutique hotel. It has been built and hand-crafted with the natural lava stone of Cappadocia. Offering 20 rooms uniquely decorated with modern and clean facilities commanding spectacular views of both valley and village while capturing the magnificent colours of each sunrise and sunset. All the above, is combined with an excellent blend of Turkish warmth and hospitality
The Village Cave Hotel Avanos
This small yet unique boutique hotel, its 6 rooms and all the facilities are made of native rock, some are even carved out of it; all with different histories and uncountable memories behind them. The present owner of the hotel is a descendant of native origin whose family history coincided with the former house-present hotel's history almost a century and a half ago and recently Halim Oz, the owner has decided to restore his childhood memories into this rock hotel. You will be happy to have chosen this hotel the moment you enter the gardens with breath taking view of the old town and your experiences of having slept in a century old rock room or having had breakfast in a rock restaurant will give you unforgettable memories. The rooms are either totally rock cut rooms or a combination of rock and stone walls; some of which are at the end of a comfortable 30 m. tunnel with a tiny natural spring running in a small open canal at the side. All the rooms have private bathroom, hair dryer, central heating, telephone, minibar and some have bathtubs and fireplaces in addition to all those. It is possible to add a 3 rd person single bed to all of the rooms and laundry and internet services are available. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the rock cut restaurant in winter and outdoors in summer facing the magnificent view of the St. John the Baptist church in the old town. Breakfast and all meals are prepared from natural village products