Halil Cahit Akalin, David Oram
- english, turkish
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
A superb villa with everything we needed in a quiet and secluded part of Kemer.
The villa itself is rather like a like a well appointed spacious, boutique hotel. It is on the outskirts of Kemer in a quiet location and we loved it. The villa has very good aircon throughout, which is important during the summer period. The pool is one of the best we have had, in terms of size, cleanliness and the temperature was perfect (and cleaned regularly). Facilities include a very good sauna and plunge pool, Turkish wash room (Hammam), table tennis table, pool and snooker tables, dart board, and indoor garage (aside from the bedrooms, kitchen, many balconies etc). The premises is gated and manned by Shukru, who was available at all times to help us when help was needed. Our linen was changed regularly and the villa cleaned throughout during our two week stay. The owner was always available to provide information and we saw him often - nothing was too much trouble and, if we felt that something was missing from the villa, such as garlic press, knife sharpener, Halil would miracuously appear with the items requested. Very highly recommended and only an hour from Antalya airport.
We would like to be very happy to our valuable guests in our villas. We will keep the quality on top for your own comfort. If you are happy we are happy. Hope to see you again. Kind Regards Aqualin Team
The villa is located in Aslanbucak 4 km from the resort of Kemer and the beaches. The Taurus mountains come down close to the sea in this area and visitors to Kemer have the benefits of the sea and the mountains within close proximity. Local shopping and cafes are 10 minutes walk away while the centre of the resort of Kemer with its many restaurants and marina is 5 minutes by car. Local attractions include the ancient city of Phaselis 15 minutes by car where visitors can explore the ruins and swim and picnic; Mount Tahtali (2365 metres) where a cable car takes you to the summit with a restaurant and spectacular views of the sea; and jeep rides into the Goynuk canyon and the national park hinterland.