Villa Cennet, is the paradise of its name. We were met by Mustafa at the supermarket and we followed him to the villa. The drive up the hillside to the villa is steep and twisty, but the road surface is very good. We were met by the caretaker/owner and his family who along with Mustafa made sure we were familiar with everything . Once you reach the villa, you won't want to leave, and helpfully the village shops in Islamlar will have a lot of what you need - much at far cheaper prices than the larger supermarket in Kalkan, so you won't have to drive back down everyday. The view from the villa is incredible, with far reaching, uninterrupted views out to the sea. The view when you're in the infinity pool is not to be missed. The villa was clean and well looked after, and we were even invited to help ourselves to produce growing in the garden . They also supply a very generous welcolme pack,The wifi worked well. Take a torch as we did have a few power cuts, but they weren't a problem. The kitchen is adequately stocked with cooking utensils and the outside BBQ also worth using. As the first non-Turkish people to stay at Villa Cennet, we felt quite honoured and laughed at having to use Google translate as there weren't any instruction booklets for white goods in English. We managed to use the washing machine and the DVD player easily though.
The pool was cleaned daily and our privacy respected. We would highly recommend Villa Cennet to anyone who feels able to drive up the steep Turkish hillsides - you will be rewarded with privacy, seclusion and your own mini paradise.
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