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Child Free Holiday in Turkey

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Child Free Holiday in Turkey

I've heard that Oludeniz is a great resort... we've never been to Turkey so would appreciate any tips. We are a couple of old grumps and like to holiday in places where there aren't many kiddlys, I like 'em a lot but not on planes or holidays. Are there any hotels in Oludeniz that are child free or am I asking toooooo much!

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1. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

I can't specify any chid-free hotels in Olu Deniz - which is a lovely place, but you could always try going to Turkey out of school holidays when there are at least fewer of the little blighters around!

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2. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

I would advise you to then travel in the earlier or later months and avoid all school holidays if possible.....turkish schools are also off from mid-June to Mid - Sept...so if you can book for May or Sept...you should have a wonderful time...

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3. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

Oyster Residences and Jade Residences are both child-free hotels and both right by the beach.

As far as flights go, there's no escape (I tried desparately to find a carrier offering a business class cabin to Dalaman with no luck; all are cattle-class only)

It's very much a family resort, so once you leave the tranquility of the hotel, it's pretty much like Blackpool.

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4. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

So a family with children are cattle?

Oludeniz like Blackpool?

Very strange?

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5. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

Hi Ohdear_8

Bit of a problem here, I doubt if there are any child free hotels in the whole of the country.

So as said already, come outwith school holiday periods.

Just remember that Scottish school breaks are at diferent time from English, as are the French, German and many of the Russians, so you will never have Kiddly free time.

Sorry

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6. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

That's not a good idea, Turkey is very family friendly and rightly so! We will be travelling cattle class with our 2 small children and i suggest anyone who wants to go 'child free' chooses a country less friendly. Try Antarctic for a week!! Ps have been to Olu Deniz as a couple but it was still family friendly. Turkey is the one place i can relax knowing my little ones (who are under strict control i add!) will be welcomed so i suggest you change your destination and hope you enjoy your child free holiday.

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7. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

Jozzyd... I had a feeling I might offend someone but really it wasn't intentional, just as you like to holiday in a family resort, we prefer something different that's all it is. Thanks everyone else for your suggestions.

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8. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

I thought I'd read you gave organ concerts when you were there, Codfather?

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9. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

No offence taken just feel Turkey is definitely not for someone who wants a child free holiday. Hope you find a suitable resort maybe a holiday company who specialise in adults only. Good luck.

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10. Re: Child Free Holiday in Turkey

Where do you normally go on holiday Ohdear, and what sort of places do you like? Also what else are you looking for - beach or pool, for example, self catering or all inclusive?, small or large hotels? What about staying in your own villa with your own pool? We might be able to make you some suggestions.

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