Once you find Cumbali Konak and check into your clean, comfortable room with air conditioning, all of your travel woes slip away. Our host Batu made us comfortable from the start and sent us off to a great spot for a quick lunch. He continued to be helpful pointing us in the direction of a swim club where we could take a dip in the Aegean Sea. Alacati isn't a beach town but it is a seaside town and has the wonderful feeling that comes with being by the water. At the end of his work day, Batu offered to walk with us into town (about 3 blocks by the way) and introduce us to his favorite seafood restaurant. We proceeded to have an excellent meal and strolled back to Cumbali after dinner. The next morning, we awoke refreshed and proceeded to have the most amazing breakfast prepared for us. The food was organic, delicious and served with care. Anyone who comes to this this part of Turkey MUST stay at Cumbali Konak.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cumbali Konak is a residence built by collecting stones from the ruined old Greek houses in the region believing that the most important witness to life in Alacati will be the stones. The residence which has Greek architectural design original to Alacati has 7 rooms three of which have bay windows. These seven rooms are each decorated differently and named after plants of the region. The residence has a "garden of peace" full of geranium, bougainvillea and lavender scents and offers a village breakfast with regional, organic, home-made products which all give the guests coming from the pace of the city the rest they long for. ... more less
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