Selcuk Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Holiday Rental Near Ephesus, the Virgin Mary House & the Artemis Temple
In the heart of historic Selçuk, close to Ephesus, this beautifully restored stone built cottage is ideal for a romantic break or for those in search of luxury and relaxation.
Serenity Cottage is a 2 minute stroll to one of the Seven Wonders of the World (The Artemis Temple) and within walking distance to Ephesus. It is a short distance from the coast and 8km to the famous wine making village, Sirince. Situated within its own grounds Serenity Cottage is a peaceful retreat ideal for couples or a small family.
Serenity Cottage incorporates Western design whilst respecting Turkish architecture and landscape. The interior is comprised of two double en suite bedrooms and a large open plan living area with vaulted ceiling. The landscaped garden is full of Turkish character; there is a water fountain, Roman style hot tub, barbecue area and day bed. The spacious roof terrace is ideal for relaxation and provides stunning views of this historic place.
'When you open the door of Serenity Cottage you feel that all four walls belong to you. The interior design is very relaxing; the choice of natural materials very soothing. The best thing is sitting on the terrace, the sunlight on Isabey walls, this is really fantastic' Ibrahim Çoban, Aachen Germany.
English-speaking representative on hand to answer any questions.
Speciality tours are available; The Seven Churches, Steps of Saint Paul.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the manager
Wonderful cottage in the peaceful village of
Selcuk, set in a strategic location with most of the touristic attractions close by including the city of Epshesus, The Church of Virgin Mary, The Seven Sleeper’s Cave, the sky-diving base as well as beautiful neighboring villages. The cottage is
very cozy and felt just like home. It’s colorful garden was perfect for breakfast in the morning and the neighborhood was peaceful. The cottage is within walking distance to restaurants and convenience stores which was helpful. The people of Selcuk are very welcoming, warm and hospitable. Highly recommend to try Ustam’s Baklava next to the
village’s mosque. Overall, we spent an amazing time there and we just loved the cottage, would go back again!! Ben, the owner, was very welcoming and was always there whenever we needed anything or wanted recommendations on activities or places to visit.
– Place called home- :)