Host Zeliha İrez

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I t is the personality of the host that makes this a special place. Zeliş is a former athlete who held several Turkish records in the mid-distance runs. She is a woman of infectious energy who has taken on farm life with zest.

She makes, of course, unusual jams and pickles unheard-of herbs. She makes all sorts of cheese, bakes her bread and presses her own olive oil. She also designs her labels and writes her own website, builds the oven and rears a vast menagerie of animals.
Above all, she is a cook of great talent: her dinners are feasts of unforgettable variety and generosity
The location is not less impressive. The farmhouse is situated on a mountain overlooking Lake Sapanca.

The view extends nearly 40 miles from the Gulf of Izmit to the city of Adapazarı. The 300-acre property is bounded by valley and forest, and crossed by a wild mountain stream. The house itself, by contrast, is a rather haphazard one that began as a weekend home and only later stumbled into being a guesthouse for a family with many guests.

  • Facilities:suburban setting • nice garden • internet present • open off season • credit cards accepted • tv in room
  • Location:in the forest • on the mountain
  • Restaurant:Custom • Mediterranean cuisine • Homemade cuisine • Southeastern cuisine • Seafood cuisine • Local
  • Child policy:children not accepted
  • Net connection:available everywhere • free of charge
  • Activities:trekking • jacuzzi
  • Pet policy:

    not accepted

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Tertemiz ve özenilmiş odalar, harika yemekler, harika ev şarabı, harika kahvaltı, harika reçeller, güleryüzlü çalışanlar, harika ev sahibi ve sahibesi, harika manzara ve doga, harika ağaçlar ve butik otel adı altında abartılmamış samimi fiyat politikası.

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