We stayed two nights in this small Greek house. It was rainy and chilly, so we didn't get to eat outdoors on the terrace, but breakfast was ample with delicious homemade jams and fresh-squeezed orange juice. Ahmet was a great host who suggested two restaurants to us. Because we were out all day, we didn't get a chance to visit the town. The rooms were small with only limited floor space for luggage, but the view of the town out the window was delightful. We had to leave our shoes at the bottom of the narrow stairs leading to our rooms, but there were slippers for us to use instead. The bathroom doors didn't quite close in either of the upstairs bathrooms, which were small. However the ambience was cozy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Sirince Evleri is situated in an ex-greek village on the mountain near Ephesus ruins in Aegean Turkey. It consists of two ex-greek houses restorated in a manner stick to the architectural heritage of the village. The Altinyaprak House is a private cottage accomodating up to four guests and the Karadut House is converted into 4 rooms, all with private facilities including the air-conditioning. Each room has been traditionally furnished in line with the 19th century style and features an array of antiques providing a home-like atmosphere. Hotel Sirince Evleri invites you to live and enjoy a respite reminiscent of by-gone times... ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sirince Evleri Hotel