In this room many hands wove the story of Anatolia into the patterns of the colourful and symbolic carpets and kilims of the region.
Handcrafted, wrought iron, continental king size bed with purpose made mattress, designer linen and reading lamps
Complimentary spring water, coffee, herbal and black tea
Travertine floors, carpets
Comfortable sitting room
Outdoor seating available just outside in the garden.
Wardrobe, dressing table
A modern ensuite bathroom with travertine rainwater shower, standard shower, basin, toilet, heated towel-rails
Hairdryer, towels, complimentary bathroom products and slippers
Central heating (during winter months)
An extra bed, suitable for a child, can be added to this room (€10/night)
The Tandır was the industrious heart of Anatolian life. In this room many hands wove the story of Anatolia into the patterns of the colourful and symbolic carpets and kilims of the region. A loom was set against the wall and anchored into slots in the rock floor, where mothers taught daughters to tell their stories with their hands. An original part of a ‘çıkrık’, spinning wheel, used in conjunction with the loom can be seen in the room. This room was also the hub of ‘yufka’ making, a large, round, wafer thin bread that was stored, to be sprinkled with water and eaten during the winter.