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Nisanyan Evleri Hotel
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All reviewsthe cottagesmain buildingturkeyswimming poolthe ownerstunning locationcooking classoverlooking the villagecharacter and charmperfect base for exploringfruit treestwo week tripus feel at homeheaven on earthgreat qualityboutique hotelmagical place
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Reviewed December 3, 2007

After seeing their web site, and reading some of the reviews here at tripadvisor, we decided to book one of the Nisanyan houses. It was perfect for us (2 adults, 2 small children). The village (and the drive up to it) is simply breath taking. It made us consider ignoring some of the great sites in the aegean area and simply staying put in the house. The staff was especially friendly and accomodating. When we left, we tried to pay for some extras, but they refused payment! The owners of the place are extremely friendly -- it's a shame we didn't get to know them better. They were out when we were around, and vice-versa. Oh well, maybe next time!

I highly recommend them!!!

  • Stayed: November 2007
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Reviewed September 26, 2007

After staying 3 nights in a typical tourist hotel in the historic but crowded Sultanahmet quarter of Istanbul, we were delighted to be transported to this lovely, rustic boutique hotel perched above the mountain village of Sirince close to the Ephesus ruins. We chose to stay in the Turkish Bath House after reading TripAdvisor reviews suggesting that the rooms in the main inn building were somewhat small. The accommodations in the Turkish Bath House were more than generous considering that there were only two of us (each of us enjoyed our own spacious bathroom), and despite their quaint and rustic character, our rooms were fully provided with all amenities needed for a comfortable (and even luxurious) stay. Dinner in the restaurant in the main inn was delicious (we particularly enjoyed the chicken clay pot stew), and the next morning we watched the sun rise over the village from the window seats on the upper floor of the house. Later we brewed coffee and feasted on our breakfast basket from the terrace outside our front door. The hotel manager, Melissa, provided extremely helpful tips for visiting the Ephesus ruins as well as other ruins in the area. From what we saw of the area immediately surrounding the Ephesus ruins, no other hotel options in this area can offer a comparable atmosphere or experience.

Stayed: September 2007
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Reviewed August 12, 2007

This is one of the most amazing hotels I have ever stayed in. Beautiful cottages in the mountains with views of the valleys below. Lavender, olives, fig, and other trees.

  • Stayed: August 2007, traveled with family
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2  Thank EHB
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Reviewed July 20, 2007

We stayed in one of the houses as well as the Inn, and enjoyed our stay. Best part of the hotel is the village of Sirince--quaint, cute village near important sites such as Ephesus. Another part we enjoyed the most was the friendly & hospitable staff, and good sightseeing tips from the hotel owner, Mujde, were helpful. The house we stayed in was spacious & good view from the window. The bathroom in the House was also nice, although shower did not work too well,--not such a big issue., Hotel restaurant food was good, and the living room at the Inn was beautiful. There were some points, such as in the House, the breakfast basket for wrong number of people & bread not arriving on time even though we informed them the previous day about our departure time, so we skipped having bread as we had to depart for a tour of Ephesus. Also, in the main Inn, guests & staff were talking oudly in the living room late at night, which we could clearly hear from the bedroom & was noisy. Overall, enjoyable stay.

  • Stayed: July 2007, traveled with family
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2  Thank myasha
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Reviewed July 13, 2007

We stayed at the Nisanyan house for 6 nights in the middle of June. Siringe is an adorable fairy tale city tucked on a hill side amidst vineyards, olive and peach trees, 8 km above Ephesus.
Everything about our stay was magic! We were in on of the private houses owned by the hotel. I would highly recommend staying in them. They are ancient with modern conveinences and a rustic flair! A food basket arrives every day with food for the morning, eggs, sausages, fruit, sweets, honey and yogurt were some of the fare we enjoyed. Early in the morning fresh bread is hung on your door. We loved our house! It was kept beautifully clean by the staff who also left wonderful soaps and lots of fresh towels. No you do not need to bring your own towels! but remember it is a foreign country with slightly different perspectives than ours in the states. Turkey is an amazing country with warm inviting people. My biggest recommendation for visiting is to rent a car and see the sights. We did not do this, but hired a private tour company to show us around. We felt very taken advantage of and realize in hind sight that our money would have been better spent with our own car, a group of maps and tour books. So much to see every where you go. Ancient ruin upon ancient ruin. Our heart felt thanks to everyone at the Nisanyan house, especially Melissa, for making our stay one of our most memorable travel experiences!

  • Stayed: June 2007, traveled as a couple
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