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I n good old times the well-to-do of Safranbolu used to keep a winter home in town and a summer home in the suburbs. Some of the finest old konaks of Safranbolu are actually to be found in the garden suburb of Baglar (“Orchards”), about 3 km up the hill from centre, though most modern-day visitors miss this bit completely. The Rasitler House stands in a particularly green corner of Baglar, next to the old public watermill. It is a stately and sober old house, renovated in good conservative taste by the current owner, a retired air force officer with a friendly glint in the eyes. The interior features all the heart-warming details of grandmothers house - overstuffed sofas with hand-embroidered armsleeves, walnut tables from before the Great War, and faded family photos in sepia. Rooms are smallish and the bathrooms are fitted in cupboards. A big plus, on the other hand, is the large and peaceful garden shaded by an old walnut tree.

  • Facilities:traditional architecture • nice garden • internet present • open off season • credit cards accepted
  • Location:in a historical setting
  • Restaurant:Meals served on request • Local • Custom • Blacksea cuisine • Homemade cuisine • Vegetarian cuisine
  • Child policy:children welcome
  • Net connection:available everywhere • free of charge
  • Activities:trekking • guided tour
  • Pet policy:

    in the garden only

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Gitmeden önce uzun uzadıya araştırdıktan sonra karar kıldığım Raşitler Bağ Evi, kararımı haklı çıkardı. Gerek hakkında yazılan olumlu görüşler, gerekse Bağlar bölgesinde olması tercih nedenimdi. Sadece bir konak işletmekle kalmayıp Safranbolu’nun kültür mirasına sahip çıkan ev sahipleri Erhan bey ve Ümran hanım son derece kültürlü ve nazik insanlar (adını hatırlayamadığım hizmetli beyi de unutmamalı). Kendimizi bir işletmeden faydalanmaktan çok konuksever bir ailenin evine misafir olmuşuz gibi hissettik. Dikkatimi en çok temizlik konusundaki titizlikleri çekti. Bahçedeki kahvaltı keyfi de unutulmamalı. Herkese gönül rahatlığıyla tavsiye ederim.

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