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Reviewed October 19, 2016

I love Sirince but it is becoming increasingly touristy which is not surprising as it is a gem. It is in need of major renovation to the houses. The two churches have been restored which, in my view, is a mistake as part of their charm was the abandoned state. The winery is also closed for renovation. This is the second time I have stayed at the Pansiyon. The owner, Ali, is lovely. He is very welcoming, as are his friendly and helpful staff. The room was newly painted and comfortable. The shower room functional but a bit mouldy round the bottom of the screen. It was a bit noisy during the one night I was there as the walls are quite thin and another guest was snoring loudly! It is a rural setting so expect to hear animals in the early morning, donkeys braying, cockerels crowing, etc. All part of the charm.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank randm7
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Reviewed March 16, 2016

Room was very clean, it was like our own house in an old village, the owner Ali and all staff were very helpful. Breakfast was soo full of every delicious fresh prepared food. Finally while we were leaving, we want to see watch tower at the top of the mountain, went there and our car stucked att the last turn on the road, Ali and other local friends ran to rescue us, and ensured that we are safe.

Room Tip: cosy, clean
  • Stayed: February 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank safakyavuzlar
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Reviewed August 28, 2015

Sirince is a small quaint preserved (Greek origins) mountain village with steep higgelty-piggelty streets above Selcuk. No new buildings allowed so accommodation limited and relatively pricey. This pension was the cheapest on booking.com. Owned and run by the most warm-hearted family you could wish to meet - Ahmet the father who is a farmer,and speaks little English, and his son Ali who speaks good English. Plus their wives. And excellent breakfast spread with homemade produce was served in their informal outdoor restaurant under shady trees near the entrance to the village. Dinner was just as tasty. Our comfortable accommodation was delightful - across the narrow road in an old village house with only four rooms and thick walls where windows offered stunning views of rural scenery. It also had a private walled courtyard dripping with bougainvillea and studded with evil eyes , and comfortable armchairs - all very informal and olde-worldy.... blissful! PS The bathroom was very interesting. PPS The bus to/from Selcuk runs right in front of the restaurant about every 20mins or so. Ali would stop it for us!.

  • Stayed: June 2015, travelled with friends
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Thank JoySmith
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Reviewed July 12, 2014

My husband & I had a lovely time in Sirince and felt very well taken care off my Ali and his staff. Ali completely doted on us (especially at meal times!) and the food at his restaurant across the street was excellent (I highly recommend the Guvec as well as the Turkish pancakes/crepes). Ali also took us to check out an old Orthodox church St. Ditmitrious, and told us how to get to the top of the village to our way through a beautiful garden and up the watch tower. The view from there was remarkable. We saw a boy lead a group of goats down the hill, spent some time in a felt workshop and watched the craftman at work, and wandered around the shops in the main part of the village. Sirince is a really wonderful place away from the bustle of the typical Turkish city if you are able to spend a night. Between 5pm - 11am are probably the most ideal time to be in Sirince as there are very few tourists then and you feel like you are part of the village. This is a far better base for Ephesus than Selcuk would have been I think ! So glad we chose to spend a night in this gem of a village and pension!

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank AddisIsCool
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Reviewed June 17, 2014

We loved every minute of our day at the Sirincem Pension. The moment we arrived we were treated like a family. Ali knew we were coming and welcomed us and invited us to the restaurant. We had the best freshly squeezed orange juice and different kind of mezes at the restaurant. The food is delicious. Deniz welcomes you to the restaurant and treats you like a family. If you go to Sirince I highly recommend Sirincem Pension. They provide excellent customer service. So, if you go to Sirince find Ali at the Sirincem Pension and Deniz at the restaurant they will make sure you have a good experience. We also would like to take this opportunity to thank Ali for the excellent service and everything he had done for us. It was a very unique and lovely experience. We wish we could stay one more day but we will always remember the special we spent at the little town Sirince and the Sirincem Pension and the delicious food. Thank you for the beautiful memories.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank MelisSu
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