We visited in early November for four days. We are low-maintenance guests that prefer mostly to wander on our own and slip quietly in and out of the hotel without too much fuss. Selcuk in November is a great place to wander the streets and eat where the locals do at their price. Homeros was good for us. The place was clean and quiet. Coming to breakfast at 9 am gave us time for a bit of relaxed conversation with Saziye, which we appreciated. Great hostess.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Since 1991 a popular place with travelers, run by Dervis with the help of his mother (she cooks great meals) and his sister Oya. The roof terrace gives a splendid 360" view over the old part of Selcuk town, with many antique sites a stone's throw away. Guest rooms are divided over 2 buildings (across the street) and are uniquely decorated with local antiques. Most rooms have en-suite bathroom and aircon. Free: transportation to Ephesus, use of internet (wireless), bicycle use. Every evening before dinner wine is served on the roof terrace to make the beautiful sunset even more enjoyable. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Homeros Pension & Guesthouse Hotel Selcuk
- Homeros Pension And Guesthouse