The hotel is housed in a 250-year-old Greek mansion and has just seven rooms, one of which used to be the mansion’s private chapel.

The rooms are comfortable, with modern bathrooms complete with Jacuzzis. The hotel is decorated with antique furnishings throughout, and has a tranquil, vine-shaded courtyard and a terrace where guests can enjoy a drink.

The hotel's cave-style restaurant offers an interesting menu of Greek, Turkish & Armenian food. Altogether, Sacred House makes a stylish and comfortable base from which to explore the extraordinary region of Cappadocia.

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Complimentary bottles of the local cherry liqueur are placed in the rooms; not to everyone's taste but worth a tasting.

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