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Jumali House

Maras Opposite rock tombs, Dalyan Turkey
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#52 of 69 hotels in Dalyan
Fabulous 4 bedroom villa in sought after secluded location only a 3 minute walk to Dalyan centre. Set in beautiful private gardens with fruit trees perfect for picking, outdoor dining areas and barbecue. Large private pool with separate children's pool, great views of the famous rock tombs. Four bedrooms all en-suite, 3 opening directly onto the pool. Stylish interior with cream marble floors, white walls and carefully selected Turkish antiques and rugs. Close to Dalaman airport (we can arrange transfers).
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Hezmerelda wrote a review Feb 2020
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom9 contributions
We stayed last summer and had THE most amazing holiday (my favourite ever in fact and that is saying something!). Jumali house had everything we wanted - gorgeous swimming pool, views to die for and great air con (boring thing to comment on but it makes a huge difference when you can sleep well). It’s also perfectly located - easy walk into town but on a quiet road. Dalyan is a lovely town with just the right mix of shops, beautiful restaurants and things to do (bags of history, Turkish baths, excursions, bike hire and loads more). We spent a few days just chilling by the pool, but also had amazing trips up the river to swim with turtles, swim in geothermal pools and go shopping at the market in the town at the top of the lake. The fact that it’s just 20 mins from the airport was a bonus too - great to be able to hop off the plane and be in the villa so quickly. All in all the perfect mix. We’ll be back! ❤️
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Paula Dimarco wrote a review Feb 2020
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom15 contributions10 helpful votes
Well, what a fantastic property this holiday villa is. It is clean with good amenities and lovely well cared for gardens. There are four good sized bedrooms, so no having to hope someone politely takes the small room. En-suite bathrooms throughout. Great for single friends or couples. There’s a private pool in your garden and a west facing balcony when you can enjoy a nightly sundowner. What more could you want? And all that is before you consider that this lovely property is only a short drive from the airport and within walking distance from the lovely town of Dalyan, where there are plenty of shops and local sights of interest to keep you entertained and restaurants and cafes to keep your stomach full. All in all, this place has got it all and I would highly recommend you go and stay.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Andrew wrote a review Feb 2020
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom1 contribution
I stayed here twice - 2018 & 2019 and I absolutely loved it! Jamali House Villa is as splendid as it looks online, the interior just as striking and comfortable as the images present it, spacious, luxurious and with some nice stylish Turkish touches with furnishings and old artefacts. It’s independently liveable with lounge and full kitchen with all amenities, including dishwasher and some other great conveniences like a filtered water cooler, TV, internet and remote-control air conditioning in each room. There is also a washing machine and child amenities like high chair and some outdoor games in the utility space downstairs too. For bigger groups, each bedroom has individual access to outside with private keys, each leading to a terrace, balcony or stairs out into the garden which is where I was particularly impressed! Having focussed much on the inside with a passing eye towards the pool, it was the size of the garden that struck me, very well maintained, with lovely floral arrangements and fruit growing from the trees! There are two areas to dine outside and others to relax with table & chairs and a built-in barbecue for added homeliness. The pool is a decent size, with loungers for everyone and there is a wonderful ambience into the evening and plenty of nature stopping by as you relax. In our case, two mating tortoises who announced their arrival by butting shells! The cherry on the cake is that from the communal balcony you realise just how close you are to the spectacular Carian Rock Tombs on the other side of the River Dalyan! The Villa was a 5 minute walk to the main tourist street which extends with restaurants, café’s, bars, gift shops and amenities, including supermarket. If you follow this road further down beyond the centre roundabout you will find more amenities and café’s used by locals which came in very useful. What really cemented this five-star review, is that in wider context, this mini-palace resides in what I can only describe as oasis of naturally scenic beauty. My expectations were set modestly on a place in the sun for a few weeks akin to Greece or Spain, having not been familiar with the area. But upon exploration I was taken aback at just how much the area is blessed with amazing geology, view points, lazy river deltas, secluded restaurants (Golbashi and Dalyan Sunset are a must), pristine coastline and archeologically rich historical sites. I never expected to be walking around Lycian forts (Kaunos, Tlos) and abandoned towns (Kayaköy) on my own in the early evening haze, or walking up the cliffs in Kaunos at dusk or watching the most impressive sunset I’ve ever witnessed from years of travel far and wide, in the mountains. What’s more, is that the price of day excursions is waaaay less than mainland European holidays. You can budget for plenty and really make what you want out of the activities on offer. It can be as tranquil and restorative as you want, (lazy days in the villa garden, taking the river boat through the deltas to turtle beach, getting a Turkish massage and treatments, going on a lazy 12 islands boat tour or a sunset safari with meal and open fire). Or alternatively, hiking, kayaking, diving, rafting, bike riding across the mountains and extensive coastline, gorge rambling, go-karting and para-gliding. It’s all there. It easy to book on the street in town too, but I found that paying a very small amount extra for an established company like Kaunos Tours, who have also shop in the centre, resulted in a better organised and less frantic day out. They were also better at not rushing you into booking and giving a proper -one-to-one consultation. I was relieved to find out that there have also been developments with eco-tourism and one company in particular, whose owner recently devised the signposted cycling and walking trails, offer bespoke packages up to a week at a time for adventurers wanting to cycle, hike and kayak in combination over longer distances. But ultimately, it’s just a gem of a destination that reigns supreme over nearby areas that are loud, crowded and appealing to the less desirable end of tourism in my opinion, ala Marmaris. Even when popping into nearby places like Fethiye and Ölüdeniz, which are worth a look, I was struck by how much I felt transplanted from the warm relaxed glow I felt in Dalayan, and yet how much cheaper it was as well! The nearby nightlife was typically orientated towards European tourists, wanting to let off some steam but it wasn’t overbearing or youth-centric. Many places blurred into one but upon further digging I was relieved to find some variation via a rock bar, a jazz bar with regular live music by talented locals, some shisha garden sand old café’s with Turkish men playing traditional board games outside. Finding a restaurant around this area also brought the price of an amazing meal down somewhat (Eylül Restaurant). The jewel in the crown was a new venue just opened in 2019 called Nazos which has a community space you first walk into, where they host DJ’s, improvised music jam’s, yoga classes and film themed nights. It has a beautiful beer garden and bar to the rear and its run by four lovely people, who moved from Istanbul to set it up, a stone’s throw from the river Dalyan. It’s a place where you can just ‘be’ and meet smart and warm, welcoming travellers and local people, who are not just out to patronise you as a tourist either. While I like to see as much of the world as I can, I have already been back once and hope to fit in another shorter break this year, if I can. This is why I can’t recommend Jumali House and Dalyan on the whole enough. Anyone relating to this review, it’s hard to imagine you would not have anything but a wonderful stay yourself within this luxurious property in such a corner of idyllic Mediterranean Turkey.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Angie B wrote a review Jul 2018
Kilmarnock, United Kingdom65 contributions16 helpful votes
Well what can I say about Jumali House. This has been a long anticipated wait to get here and believe me we weren’t disappointed. The location of Jumali House is excellent with it being a 5 minute walk to town but still in a great and reasonably quiet location. With 4 bedrooms, all en-suite, everyone was happy. Beautiful big balconies to watch the sun come up in the morning and set in the evening. With a good sized pool, everyone could have fun in. The kitchen had full facilities offering a microwave and dishwasher on top of the usual appliances. Having the washing machine is an added bonus also with plenty of space round back for hanging everything up. The house is an upside down house, but that’s a feature to it. With 3 good sized bedrooms on the ground floor, each with their own private access. There are 2 other entries to the house also, one being access from the back garden, with a door on the landing of the stairs and the other via a fire escape set of stairs leading into the kitchen. I took the room upstairs for privacy and so the parents of the young children could be Located downstairs. Hindsight I would have done differently because it is the smallest of all 4 rooms with the smallest bathroom, but with an added bonus of its own balcony. The gardens are beautifully landscaped with locations to sit in the shade or in direct sunlight. All in all Jumali House is my little bit of Heaven and I’m only half way through holiday. Definitely come back again.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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rosemary9378 wrote a review Oct 2017
Nottingham, United Kingdom220 contributions131 helpful votes
The villa is in the Maras area, just behind the park. As a frequent visitors to Dalyan we always stay in this part as it's close to the centre and the riverside restaurants but very quiet and peaceful day and night. Jumali House is every bit as nice as it looks in the photos, it's attractively furnished with all the appliances and equipment you could want. The garden and pool are lovely and beautifully maintained. We really liked the upstairs living room and the fact that those in the three downstairs bedrooms didn't have to traipse through the living area and up the stairs when they used the pool, not to mention the glorious view. Shana was very helpful at every stage of the booking and the service provided by Kaunos was professional without being at all obtrusive. Our party ranged in age from 18 months to 59 and we all had a fab time in the nicest villa we have stayed in in Dalyan. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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US$216 - US$222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Jumali House
Which popular attractions are close to Jumali House?
Nearby attractions include Lycian Rock Tombs (0.3 miles), Dalyan Special Environmental Protection Area (0.2 miles), and Sofra Bar (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Jumali House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and airport transportation.
Which room amenities are available at Jumali House?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Jumali House?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities and an outdoor dining area during their stay.
Is parking available at Jumali House?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Jumali House?
Conveniently located restaurants include Latika Boutique Cafe, Caretta Restaurant & Bar, and Dalyan Iz Cafe.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Jumali House?
Yes, guests have access to a private pool during their stay.
Does Jumali House have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Jumali House offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Jumali House located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.9 miles away from the centre of Dalyan.
Are any cleaning services offered at Jumali House?
Yes, laundry service and a washing machine are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Jumali House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kaunos (1.0 miles).