Ancient Cappadocia cave house, perfect for escape in a mountain village amidst fertile fields and vineyards, suitable for short or long-term stay. Fully furnished with a working kitchen and a shaded terrace.
opportunity for trekking, bio tourism, photography, sketching, history tours or a simple rest in rustic Anatolian countryside at a world heritage site. The house itself is about 200 years old, incredible masonry, carved into volcanic rock, cool in the summers and warm in winters, house wine, organic gardens, open air museum type village setting.
the organic garden;
on request, guests can collect organic vegetables and fruits daily from the garden.
Countryside, historic stone masonry, ancient village setting, 2000 year old ruins, Hittite and Asurian ruins, cave churches, vineyards, incredible vistas and walking routes at 1500 meters altitude, organic food.
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Other things to note
The quality of the cave houses make you feel cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Volcanic rock called "tuffa" is perfect insulation material. It keeps the temperature between 17 - 20 degrees Celsius throughout the year. All rooms are different from each other in their size, shape and qualities.
Each of the cave houses have the signature curves, texture, cupboards, fireplaces, arches and decorations characteristic of the region but also the villagers local civil architecture.
All rooms are traditionally decorated with cotton covers, carpets, kilims, wooden furniture and fixtures that were locally produced. The house has hot water, wooden and stone floors, luxurious bedding and IDD telephone service.
This is an Anatolian village and a surviving rural hamlet with an active agricultural community. Thus our guests should be respectful of the locals, their culture and dress and behaviour code.
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