|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
Bedroom 1 with double bed. Bedroom 2 with twin beds plus a cot. Bedroom 3 with small double.
3 Bedroom cottage has one bathroom with bath/shower over, wc.
Gas hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, toaster and kettle.
Open plan kitchen/living/dining room with satellite TV, DVD and wireless Internet connection. Towels and linen included changed mid week. Cottages cleaned twice a week. Pool towels provided.
The Fig Garden Cottages share a large garden and pool and comprises of two traditional stone cottages, Fig Cottage sleeps 6 and Quince cottage sleeps 4. Ideal for friends or extended family. They can be booked separately or together as they both have private areas.
The open plan living/dining room has a well equipped kitchen with all you need to prepare fresh Mediterranean dishes, a real home from home. A wood burner adds character and a cosy way to heat the property out of season. All rooms have AC if needed for the summer months. Outdoors is a terrace for dining and a seating area which looks across to the pool and to the historic ruins.
Both cottage have a rustic feel with thick stone walls and high wooden ceilings. Surrounded by fruit trees, mainly fig, pomegranate and mulberry the cottages have a laid back feel and are in a great position for walks into the village. There is a large pool with plenty of sunbathing space and shaded seating areas. Both cottages have a private terrace and garden as well as the large shared areas...
After travelling extensively for many years I settled in Turkey when I met my husband Burcin, 3 children later here I am in my dream location, in the Kaya valley.
The Owner purchased this cottage in 2006
We had been looking to buy land in Kaya for ages and then by chance we were offered this plot of land. We jumped at the opportunity as it had great views of the old village, some well established fig and pomegranate trees and is within easy walking distance to the village centre. It had a bit of a secret garden feel to it. The cottages are well secluded from each other, covered in Virginia creeper and ivy.
The Fig Garden is in such a great position, very quiet but at the same time within easy walking distance to the centre of the village. It has great views across the fields to the old ruins and is an oasis of green and shade. The gardens are well established and certainly keep me busy. I have planted many fruit trees, apricot, peach, cherry, apple, pear, orange, lemon and banana just to name a few. Lavender, daisy, rose and geranium do well here as well as wild oregano and thyme. There are plenty of restaurants nearby offering fresh local produce, all with a genuine smile. Beaches are easy to get to and there is a great choice of historical sites to visit, what more can you wish for?
'Our stay at the Fig Garden was a magical experience from start to finish. You couldn't find more hospitable, friendly and delightful hosts than Vicky and Burçin and their family. They were always on hand to help when we needed it, but also gave us all the privacy we could want for a blissful holiday. Their knowledge of the area was unrivalled and they provided lots of great advice on trips out, shopping, beaches, the language, local customs and food. The house and pool were a joy and Kaya Koy and the Kaya Valley is stunningly beautiful. A visit to the Fig Garden is a glimpse of heaven.
We went for a holiday but came back feeling like we'd made some friends.' Annabel Reddick 07.
'We were absolutely delighted with the tasteful cottage,the stunning scenery,the starlit nights,long lazy days,fresh fruit and local produce - all of which contributed to the magic of the Fig Garden. Vicky and Burcin created for us an escape from reality that exceeded our expectations.
Dr and Mrs Rider '08
Our family of nine stayed in both cottages Fig & Quince . Both are really good with everything you need . The cottages are in Lovely gardens which are kept beautiful by Vicky. We have visited Kaya the past three years in a row in different villas which all have there own charm . But i can really recommend Fig and Quince the location to the village is great and Vicky and Burcin are really nice people and add to your stay. They are always on hand if you need them which is very reassuring.
If your going to Kaya stay here you wont be disappointed.
Fred & Leonie.
I have to say that it is with some reluctance that I write this review, but only through selfishness - I want this perfect place to remain a hidden gem! Everything about Fig cottage and it's wonderful hosts made for the most idyllic holiday. We stayed for two weeks with friends and family of all ages and every one of us fell in love with Fig Cottage, Vicky and Burcin and their family and with Kaya. Fig Cottage is spacious, tastefully decorated, comfortable and private. It sits within the most beautiful, luscious garden that surrounds a good sized pool. The cottage is walking distance to the centre of Kaya, a fascinating village which, although not packed with tourists, is full of excellent restaurants. Altogether it was a perfect holiday and we all look forward to returning - thank you for a heavenly holiday!
The local beach of Gemiler is a 10 mins drive and is a popular beach for the locals with wonderful views of the islands. The famous Blue Lagoon of Olu Deniz is also close by (10 mins drive) The beach in Olu Deniz is the most photographed beach in Turkey and is a conservation area and site of outstanding natural beauty.
Dalaman is the closest airport about 1 hours drive away (60km). Antalya can also be used but is further and will take 3 hours drive. Car Hire is not essential although a three day hire is recommended to be able to visit some of the amazing sights in the surrounding area. Transfers can be arranged at extra charge if required.
The village center of Kaya is only 5 mins walk. The main harbour/market town of Fethiye is 10 mins drive (8km) which is a great for shopping and for food lovers. Hisaronu 3km inland, a hillside resort with plenty of bars and restaurants. Olu Deniz is the main beach area (6km) with a great selection of watersports, beachside cafes, bars and restaurants. Further afield but all within easy driving distance are; Saklikent Gorge and the river delta at Dalyan with its Lycian rock tombs.
Kaya Village has several local bars, many BBQ restaurants and a couple of wine houses. Walking is very popular here and is located on the famous Lycian way. A couple of local supermarkets sell all that you would need for your stay and there is a great local village cafe in the village square to sit with the locals and watch the world go by. Horse riding is popular in the valley and nearby are plenty of activities such as paragliding, microlighting and scuba diving.