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Myself and my fiancé stayed at this hotel in August 2015 for the first time, we went on recommendation from an friend and we were not disappointed.
The minute we arrived Serkan was waiting for us and happily showed us to our room and then...More
This was our 2nd visit to this family run hotel and it didn't disappoint. It's run by Serkan and his family and has been for some 20 years. They are all very attentive and pull out all the stops to make sure your stay is...More
We spent 2 weeks here and could not fault it . Have been here for last 15 years and it does exactly what it says on the tin. Good food, clean basic accommodation, great friendly atmosphere with all the guests and a very lovely attentive...More
this family run apart/hotel is excellent. we have been here 5 times all together and will be going again next year. the family are very friendly and will do anything you want to please you. it is very popular with the english people and there...More
Just back from a weeks holiday here, lovely hotel, family run, rooms cleaned every day, excellent food, 10 min walk to town centre. Stayed here with husband and our 6 year old autistic daughter Mia, who had never been abroad, would highly recommend as she...More
US$46 - US$54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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