Beautifully restored cave house
Submitted: May 31, 2010
Stayed: May 2010
This house was really cool, much bigger than we thought probably because the house is broken up into individual areas inside a walled complex. I could describe it as rustic luxury due to the fact that this house is carved out of limestone yet has gorgeous marble and expensive fixtures in the bathrooms, super comfortable beds, the plushest towels I have have ever experienced, fireplace, ladder leading up to the rooftop terrace, lounge chairs, outside picnic table adjacent to the kitchen, romantic lighting, private road with friendly locals living next door. The evenings were nice and quiet. An easy walk to the small grocery stores and downtown area where the restaurants and shops are. We used the kitchen for breakfast and the refrigerator was fabulous to hold foods and medicines. I liked the fact that there was stuff seemingly left by others like binoculars, travel books and magazines, crutches!, cooking stuff like oils and spices, it was very cumfy. Don`t forget to look up in the sky early morning around 6:30-7:00am to see all the hot air balloons, what a wild sight!
The reception people at the nearby Kelebek cave hotel were instrumental in getting us our airport boarding passes and anything else we could have needed as a concierge would do at a 4-5 star hotel anywhere else.
Tourists without a Car,
Families with Teenagers,
Families with Young Children,
Helpful votes: 5/5
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