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T his is a place of spectacular gesture, an elegant holiday village perched all alone on the sheer rock of a wild gorge. For some years it was hidden from public view for having committed itself too closely to the English package-holiday trade. More recently it has half-opened its secured gates to the world at large, and the world begins to discover one of the better-kept secrets of the Turkish Riviera.
The surroundings are magnificent. The grounds are well-kept and permeated by the sweet smells of the Mediterranean maquis. The hospitality is smooth and professional; it abounds in well-turned personal touches - like the tiny reservation-only gourmet restaurant hidden somewhere (in addition to the regular mess hall). There's a good wine list, and the olive oil comes largely from the the premises. The distant view of the sea is out of this world. The rooms, by contrast, display a rather bland regularity.
    The establishment owns a private beach of beautiful grey sand in the Bay of Kumlubük, a 5-minute drive down the gorge. There is yet another restaurant serving gourmet fare at the beach.

  • Facilities:credit cards accepted • suburban setting • nice garden • swimming pool • phone in room • AC in room • internet present
  • Location:in the forest • on the mountain • in the vineyard
  • Restaurant:Mediterranean cuisine
  • Child policy:children not accepted
  • Net connection:free of charge • available everywhere
  • Activities:guided tour • tennis • trekking • cycling • pooltable • spa/turkish bath • yoga • boat, kayak • jacuzzi
  • Pet policy:

    not accepted

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