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Mandarin Hotel Faralya

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Mandarin Hotel Faralya

Has anyone any news on this revamped hotel with Cachet travel. Sounds lovely-is it steep etc?Is the food good? Cheers!

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1. Re: Mandarin Hotel Faralya

Did you get any replies to this? We are going in October. Have you been yourself yet? Would love to know, if you have, whether you like it.

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Someone else wanted info. Hopefully you will review it on your return.We are visiting area in early Oct. too, so if we can find it we may go for a drink to check it out. Happy hols!

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We visited the hotel last week - it is really lovely! The bedrooms are large and airy, with enormous beds. The en-suites are amazing - marble wetrooms with brilliant showers. And on top of this, each room has a double-size jacuzzi that you can enjoy while looking out at the view over the sea - terrific! The owner has paid a great deal of attention to detail, with many nice touches, and the result is a really lovely, very small, hotel which feels more like a villa than a hotel.

In the grounds there is a good size pool, with decking and loungers. There is also an outdoor jacuzzi. There is an area of raised decking where you can enjoy a drink and watch the sunset.

A friend had dinner there and reported that the food was excellent - apparently the chef is very good, and uses all local produce.

Although the hotel is in the hills, within the grounds it is levell.

I am envious of anyone visiting!!

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Thanks very much for that. We're going there for two weeks end October. Very reassured!

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what a place lovely views quiet surroundings,delicious food and a very very comfortable suite...with a extra king size bed. The furniture is made all by hand with old wood from the black sea. large balconies which we spend most of the time reading and admiring the country side, on a clear day you can see Rhodes and even the lights at night.

The food which consist of 3-4 courses, changes everyday and the presentation with the setting is fantastic, and it is worth every penny...

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In October we spent two weeks at this hotel. It is a really lovely hotel, with fabulous views and in beautiful countryside. Quite remote, so you need to be happy being very quiet (which we were) or rent a car, though you can get around by dolmus. The food was absolutely excellent (except for one night when we had pizza!!). Tea and Turkish pastries served to your room every day if you're around. The only minus points are that the manageress's English is pretty limited (and the maids know only a very few words) and the manageress's dog (Alsation/Rotweiler mix?), Pasha. He's very friendly and we are dog lovers, but he has not been well trained and does not receive enough exercise and so, at times, definitely becomes a nuisance (eg if you're lying sunbathing by the pool, he'll come and slobber all over you and try to get you to play in a rather aggressive way, which can involve bites!). He also jumps up at you (to say hello!) and since, on his hind legs, he is about 5' 10" or so, this can be a daunting prospect. If you are at all frail, you might not want this (we didn't specially and we are quite resilient!). But, all in all, lovely. Just be warned about the DOG! (Also, the swimming pool isn't specially private and the manageress likes to sunbathe/swim too, so we ended up sunbathing on our balcony!)

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