Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 out of 5
4.3 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified travelerfrom Saudi Arabia

Excellent little Place working just to make you happy

Posted Oct 5, 2011
Small gem, very tidy and close to almost everything. Best of the place is not the building and environ, it is the people running the show. They make you feel like you are the only one and your every desire is looked after. Laundry, breakfast dinner cooked just for you and in a traditional oven by the mother of the young man running the property. Every bit an experience.
4 out of 5
by A verified travelerfrom Singapore

Excellent service, Great food

Posted Jun 5, 2011 on Hotels.com
The place is family run, the owners are quiet friendly and helpful Food served by the restaurant is justly famous and among the best we had in cappaducia The location is in a quiet village with minimal tourists, which is a plus, however on the flip side the place is bit far from the central tourist spots (goreme, uchisar) and you will need a rental car to go around (the hotel arranged for us) The place is not an actual cave hotel as such, but more of a traditional turkish village house. There are some hotels in uchisar which were in actual caves on a hillside
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler


Posted Apr 22, 2011
This is a beautiful little bed+breakfast run by an equally beautiful family. It's located in the tiny village of Ayvali, away from more touristy towns which I recommend avoiding if possible. Without actually staying in one of the local homes, this is as "authentic" as you could want. The owners have built 3 rooms and a small dinning area abutting their personal home. The wife cooks delicious, large, traditional meals for breakfast and dinner. The son speaks excellent english (his parents do not appear to speak any) and can give you tips as to where to visit, depending on time constraints. The local men gather at the town cafe in the evenings to relax and drink tea. There are also some cave dwellings to be seen in the village, though they pale in comparison to others to be found in the region. All in all, it really is a wonderful experience. Highly recommended. Two warnings: First, Cappadocia is a region, not a town, so you will need a car to get around. Many people visit with a tour group. I prefer more independent travel, so I rented a car in Ankara and drove, which was a great experience. Second, Ayvali is a tiny little village and I had some trouble locating it (used Google maps). I would recommend avoiding the route that takes you through Mustafapasa, and instead take the route that goes around it.