This room was formerly a kitchen, with the family who used to live here using the room not only as a kitchen but also for heating. They also pressed grapes to obtain grape juice and boiled the juice on the fire to produce molasses. In this multi-purpose kitchen there was a tandir (underground oven), the şırahane grape pressing apparatus, and a weaving loom. During the restoration, we had to cover the weaving loom area, but the tandir and the press have been kept in their original places. 

The suite consists of a living room, a bedroom, a bathroom, and an ‘Oriental unit.’ You can relax on the sofa and gaze out at the amazing Cappadocia view. The room has been decorated with priceless antiques, including 18th century cloth and an 80-year-old bridal sheet—in its original color and texture as if brand new. The spinning wheel in the room belonged to the old landlord.

Style Cave
Landscape Valleys
Size Of The Room 48 m2
Bed King or twin beds
Additional bed Available
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SERVICES AND ROOM FEATURES

  • Pillow menu
  • Jacuzzi
  • Hairdryer
  • Tea- & coffee-making facilities
  • Minibar
  • HD TV
  • Room safe (fits a laptop)
  • Iron and ironing board (on request)
  • 24-hour room service
  • Private wellness and massage in the room
  • High-speed wireless (free)

Why For You?

HONEYMOONS

The room possesses a romanticism in its spirit, and is full of fine details and touches that will forever be remembered as part of your honeymoon.

NATURAL AND HISTORICAL

So that you can fully feel the pull of history, we have put a lot of effort into the natural ambience. The details and touches of a thousand years, painstakingly preserved, will take you to a different world.

DECORATION

The room has been decorated with rare and priceless antiques. Every corner of the room hides little touches that will surprise you. Are you ready for a perfect museum experience in Cappadocia?

MAGNIFICENT VIEW

The room boasts a view that is simply magnificent! Pigeon Valley, White Valley, Red Valley, and Göreme all lie beneath you, with the splendid Mt. Erciyes stretching away in the distance.