Grand Turkish Welcome
Posted May 4, 2013 on Hotels
We enjoyed the grounds, frienliness and wonderful but expensive dinner. The fish was prepared to perfection and NOT PREVIOUSLY FROZEN which you may encounter quite often. We came in early April for one night and wished we could have stayed for another. The grounds are full of nut and fruit trees, personal garden for fresh veggies that are enjoyed by guests. Host and Hostess are charming and lovely. If you go in April when there is still a chill in the air, the dining room has a wood stove that supplies a lovely heat and warmth that is only matched by your gorgeous surroundings. Dining was pricey but special and fresh fish is always a treat. So many times the fish that is offered in restaurants are frozen and farm fed. Thank you, Assos, for a wonderful memory.