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Traditional sympathetic restoration and decoration.
Small oasis of garden within rustic stone wall.
Air of calm and relaxation.
Large 1 bedroom stone built cottage with whitewashed walls and wooden beamed ceilings.
Quirky blue Cottage style kitchen area with a indoor/outdoor dining area.
Spacious living room with 2 day beds perfect for relaxing & to sleep extra guests.
Bathroom has pretty tiles and shower.
Bedroom has good cupboard space, comfy bed and opens onto private terrace.
The Kaya Cottages are two unique, restored Turkish farm cottages with pool near the sea in the idyllic rural village of Kayakoy, near Fethiye and OluDeniz in Southwest Turkey - The famous "Turquoise Coast", a relaxing, holiday getaway.
It is the perfect place to relax or to explore
Each cottage has a private area and the property is surrounded by gardens and a rustic stone wall. The property boasts panoramic views of rolling hills and sweet scented pine forests with a mountainous backdrop.
At dusk you can relax in the Cottage grounds listening to the call to prayer echo around the Valley, the hum of the cicadas from the treetops or owls calling to each other.
The beautifully tiled pool area is raised above the property and overlooks the picturesque Kayakoy Valley. The pool area is flooded with sunshine all day then is lit up at night time for relaxing and star gazing or a midnight dip during balmy summer evenings.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Entire cottage and a pool that is shared with the second 1 bedroom Cottage.
Atención a los huéspedes
I will be present during guests stay and visit the property several times a week or as required. Happy to show guests around the Village and point them in the right direction for eats and sights.
I love the heady smell of the pine forests, the spectacular views of the mountains on either side of the valley, discovering ruins on the hillsides and of course trekking down to the beaches and bays.
Kaya is one of the rare places where you will truly find the unspoilt side of Turkey and experience real Turkish culture and Village life. It is the perfect place to relax or to explore the forest trails and beaches and bays of the Turquoise Coast.
Neighbours can been seen tending to their animals and bustling about with domestic chores or collecting wood and herbs from the hillsides. A must is to sample their delicious home made yoghurt, cheese, honey, fresh Village eggs, olives, oils, jams and vinegars as well as a wonderful range of sun ripened fresh fruits and vegetables.
Visitors can find the hidden Monastery overlooking the Mediterranean, sample Turkish Cuisine and Hospitality at nearby family owned restaurants or swim and chat with Turkish locals at Gemiler Beach amongst the many activities the area has to offer.
Kaya Village is located around the historic ruins of Levissi. Approx. 400 ruins of lie nestled against the hillside, forming a unique open-air museum. Levissi (or Karmylassos) was abandoned as part of a forced population exchange between Greece and Turkey in 1923. Exploring the site via worn pathways weaving between houses and churches is a wonderful experience.
The ruins of Levissi were the inspiration for the Louis De Berniere’s novel Birds Without Wings. "Birds Without Wings.
Easy, the area is serviced by a local, modern minibus system called the "dolmus". Runs every half hour/hour in low season. A transport system found throughout Turkey.
Otros aspectos destacables
Airport transfers and hire cars can be booked for guests. Breakfast provided is in the form of our standard breakfast welcome pack for guests. After that the cottage is self catering.
Guests should be clean and considerate and understanding about the fact they are visiting a rural village and that systems like technology available and amenities may be different. No pets allowed please. No smoking inside for safety reasons.
Puedes cancelar hasta 7 días antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso del 50 %, más las tarifas de servicio.
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Hello I am an Australian living in a small Turkish Village with my local husband and a couple of cats. We enjoy nature and history and we are lucky enough to own a property with a rich history and beauty that we can share with others. As locals we know all about the area for sightseeing, food, beaches etc We live nearby to our property and always available to say hi. Turkey is not just a country it is a lifestyle a cuisine a culture.... Enjoy!