Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 out of 5
5.0 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
5.0 Room comfort
5.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by Sharel from London, United Kingdom

Amazing experience in Cappadocia!

Posted Jul 30, 2013
Pros: Hospitality, hotel staff were genuine good and trustworthy people, location close to great hiking trails.
Cons: Nothing. We truly loved our stay.
Location: The hotel is located in a small town, close to hiking trails and caves to explore. There aren't many restaurants or shops directly in the town.
We had an amazing stay at Village Cave Hotel. This family run hotel is the perfect place for a true cave experience. Halim and his lovely family truly made our stay as easy and comfortable as possible. Everyone was so friendly and accomodating, and we knew that everyone was trying to make sure we had a great time. The hotel is located in Cavusin, which I thought was a perfect location, close to excellent hiking trails and historic sites within walking distance, and less touristy/commercial than other neighboring towns. The breakfast was huge and always too much food than we could handle, but Halim's family went out of the way to ensure we were well fed. Overall, this is a gem of a hotel for an excellent price, and I would recommend it to my family and friends.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by Janis from Sydney NSW, Australia

Fantastic cave experience.

Posted Jun 16, 2013
Cons: bed a bit too hard for my liking
Location: quiet location with great panoramic views
This is a quiet family run hotel with friendly service and delicious fresh homemade breakfasts plus other meals if requested. The hotel is built into a cave with all modern conveniences. If you don't plan to take a hot air balloon ride then this is the hotel to stay at as the balloons fly low along the street to give riders a close up view of the historic caves which our room overlooked. Our room had spectacular views of the many balloons and caves. The front courtyard in late spring time when we visited is festooned with fragrant roses and shady trees under which we ate our meals. There is also a dining room and Turkish style lounge with a library where you can exchange books. A computer is available for travellers without one. Nothing was too much trouble for the owner including driving us into town to search for and find my husband's lost wallet! Our stay was restful and relaxing. The hotel is in a village just outside Goreme which was an easy walk away.
5 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified traveler from Richmond, UK

A pure gem - don't hesitate!

Posted Nov 2, 2010
We had high expectations when arriving at the Village Cave hotel in Cavusin, near Goreme. This was our first trip without our little boy and we wanted it to be perfect. Well it definitely was! The hotel is absolutely beautiful. It took Halim, the owner, 7 years to renovate it and the result is amazing. Cosy, welcoming and unique. Halim managed to bring the house back to its former glory. Our bedroom was tastefully furnished with turkish artefacts, it had its own engraved fireplace and alaturca coffee table, the king size bed was super comfortable, it felt like being in a small suite. And it was literally carved inside the moutain (there was one large window providing natural light and fresh air too). To go to the living room we had to walk through a very short tunnel decorated with turkish carpets, which was quirky and fun. Above all, the service was first class. Halim's recommendations were worthwhile and enabled us to visit the Ilhara Valley that would have been too far otherwise. Ahmet, who helped Halim, went out of his way to make our stay unforgettable. The food he served us was simply too good - breakfasts were a feast and dinners tasteful and intimate. He even drove us to Goreme one evening, and back. We will never forget his kindness. The location (Cavusin) is just perfect. Everything is close by, if not by foot, using the local buses' reliable network. And it is so much better than Goreme that has become so touristic it now lacks authenticity. We will come back!!!