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Upper Greek House
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Reviewed June 17, 2013

What a gorgeous place lost at the end of a street, up in a village in Cappadoce. This is a 250 years old Greek house with a beautiful courtyard overlooking the village, the valley and the mountains. The rooms are spread around and beyond the courtyard. The owners and the family are present and always ready to help.

Our room was a dream Turkish Cappadoce room: stone walls, old cupboards and closets in the walls with the original doors, a sitting area with old style refurbished sofas and sittees. So much character, just perfect for this environment.

The sevice was impeccable. For breakfast, a charming set up on the terrace, fresh and typical Turkish breakfast with olives, feta, good bread, honey and rose petals jam.

Everything about this place feels more like a super B&B, is charming, totally customer oriented and you really feel welcomed. The family also owns a restaurant with the same name in an old house down in the village that I will cover separately.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank JPGG
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Reviewed June 11, 2013

Stayed for two weeks at our favorite place in Cappadocia in May. This restored boutique cave hotel is beautifully situated and very charming. Mehmet and Safia took such good care of us, meeting all our needs with luggage, our rooms, breakfast --- everything. We felt so welcome and special. Met lots of interesting people from all over the world, took early morning hikes through the hills surrounding the hotel, drank chai on the large terrace overlooking the village and hills, and loved happy hour on another secluded terrace shaded by grape vines. You will discover underground churches in the area to explore, as well as fun shopping. But the food, oh, the food, it's the best anywhere! A wonderful vacation with lots of options. Just go! We will, definitely!

  • Stayed: May 2013
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3  Thank hapytraveler10
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Reviewed June 6, 2013

Lovely hotel. Loved our stay. Amazing rooms and great views overlooking the town.
The owner and staff were attentive to every detail. Breakfast was great. They take you to the Old Greek House for dinner...which was amazing! Food was delicious!!

Stayed: May 2013, traveled with friends
4  Thank MarilynC001
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Reviewed June 5, 2013

This hotel had great food and the staff was very helpful. It is like a B & B but they take you to the old Greek House where you dine like a king and queen. The food is amazing. The owner gives personal attention to your every need. The rooms are to die for and the view is great.

Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
2  Thank Jan P
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Reviewed May 23, 2013

We spent 5 days at this small family boutik hotel, and had several meals at this , from breakfast , lunch, dinner. The food is absolutely delicious, better than anything we tasted in Cappadoccia. Each meal was a surprise, and the subtlety of the flavours was unique. My daughter and myself felt like taking the Mom (who cooks) home! Okan, her son does the serving, explains the food, cares for every detail, Extremelly hospitable and nice people. We want to go back one day...

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