"a nice cozy little hotel is conveniently located,"
Rooms at the hotel are decorated in an ancient cave under the Turkish style. Breakfast, tea party held on the veranda covered vineyard giving afternoon shade and providing a cozy colorful atmosphere. The hotel is conveniently located, close shops, cafes and the city center and attractions in Urgup. Friendly helping staff speak several languages.
A nice hotel offering clean rooms. The regular rooms are small and, therefore, they are not furnished with wardrobes... Bathroom is relatively small; shower cabin is narrower than your home cabin. However, if you need a special room for your honeymoon, make sure to book a higher class room, there are just four of them.
Overall, the hotel is very romantic. Room walls are made of stone blocks, not painted. High wooden ceilings and wooden floors.
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3-night stay at Hotel Cave Konak and wished we were able to stay longer. Our cave room was beautiful, spacious and quite unique. The entire hotel has a beautiful old-world look and feel to it with distinctive architectural accents everywhere. If you're thinking of opting for the Breakfast package - do it! After eating your Turkish breakfast with the homemade jams and Pekmek on the rooftop terrace, you won't want to eat breakfast anywhere else. The breakfast is delicious and views from the terrace are amazing. The terrace is also a great place to end the evening with a bottle of wine enjoying the views and the cool air. Even more amazing than the hotel itslef, is the staff. Colleen and Adnan are exemplary hosts and their knowledge of the surrounding area is priceless. Every day after breakfast Colleen sat down with us to help plan our day of sightseeing. While I had done a lot of research on where to go and what to see, her "inside" knowledge and tips on places to go (some I hadn't even heard of) really made a difference. Colleen and Adnan are both very proud of the work they have put into the hotel, and rightly so. Adnan gave us a tour of some of the other rooms as well as parts of the hotel and caves still undergoing renovation. It was quite fascinating, and really gave us an appreciation of all the hard work that was put into transforming these old buildings and caves into something quite special. This was our favorite stay in all of Turkey.