Cappadocia
  • Discover the hotel garden, an oasis of peace in Cappadocia

  • Relax in the steamy atmosphere of our private Turkish bath

  • Authentic traditional Ottoman cave house

Our hotel is, in fact, two restored houses : one is Greek (over 400 years old) and the other, Turkish, (about 80 years old). You can enjoy sitting out in the flower garden, you can sip a glass in the evening on one of the roof terraces, relax in the private Turkish bath or just pick up a book and curl up in one of the comfortable living-rooms - this is your home from home. This peaceful haven is situated in the cheerful town centre of Urgup, in the heart of Cappadocia.

Aylin and her team look forward to having the pleasure of welcoming you.

Standard Room

Standard room with breakfast included

Traditionally built to be pleasantly cool in the hot summer days and warm for the cool nights..


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Deluxe Room

Deluxe room with breakfast included

Large double canopied bed. Large private shower room. Traditional arched room with view over the garden.


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Suite

Suite with breakfast included

Spacious and light, the ideal room for travelling with a family. Private bathroom and free Wi-Fi access.


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Need to relax, de-stress, pamper yourself? Relax in the steamy atmosphere of our private Turkish bath.

The Turkish Bath, called hamam in Turkish, has been present in Turkey for thousands of years. The tradition of the Turkish bath extends far back, to a time before Turks had reached Anatolia.

The hamam combines the functionality and the structural elements of its predecessors in Anatolia, the Roman thermae and baths, with the Central Asian Turkic tradition of steam bathing, ritual cleansing and respect of water.

About CappadociaRead more

Cappadocia is quite simply an incredible region and will be the highlight of your stay in Turkey. A fantasy land of fairy chimneys and churches cut out of soft rock formations rising up in cone-like protrusions, the region of Cappadocia was a Roman province and the refuge of persecuted Christians during the early days of the Roman Empire.