This intimate hideaway near southwest Turkey’s beautiful coastline was opened in 2007 and is one of the area’s most exclusive retreats.

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With magnificent views over the sea, the eight spacious rooms have been tastefully decorated in a traditional style with bespoke, hand made wooden furniture and the bathrooms all have Jacuzzi baths.

Delicious breakfasts of homemade breads, jams and eggs cooked to order are served on the dining terrace or in your room and in the evening, enjoy a gourmet five course meal which focuses on traditional recipes using fresh local ingredients.

Walking is high on the list of things to do in the region as the hotel lies alongside the famous Lycian Way. However if you'd like something a little less energetic, there are several archaeological sites nearby or why not spend a day on a traditional wooden gullet cruising around the stunning Turquoise Coast. Scuba diving and paragliding can also be arranged.

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Key Info

Number of rooms

8

Eco Rating

3

Location

The Aegean Coast

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