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A beautiful boutique hotel right by the sea in Yeni Foça. Restoration, location, decoration: fab-u-lous! The building is a large stone structure built in 1870 for a merchant family. Over time, it evolved to hold six shops on the ground floor with housing upstairs. Between 1919 and 1922, it was occupied by Greek, then Turkish troops. After the war, it was used in various ways before being abandoned. The Uygun family bought it in 2011. Old photos show how faithfully they've renovated it with flawless workmanship. The decor suits the building's history. The King Suite is the fanciest room: it has a jacuzzi with a view. The hotel also has a sumptuous hamam, a sauna and a steam room. The restaurant elevates food standards in Yeni Foça with an ambitious menu.

  • Facilities:nice garden • phone in room • tv in room • AC in room • credit cards accepted • right by the sea
  • Location:just by the sea
  • Restaurant:Mediterranean cuisine • Homemade cuisine • Seafood cuisine
  • Child policy:children welcome
  • Net connection:available everywhere • free of charge
  • Activities:spa/turkish bath • sauna
  • Pet policy:

    not accepted

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