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The Village Cave Hotel
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Reviewed 21 June 2010

Immedaitely after making our reservations over the internet, the owner, Halim Oz, contacted us to find out what trips or events we would like him to book for us in advance as availability can be a problem. He complied with every request at a better price than was anticipated.
Upon arrival we were blown over with the authenticity of the setting - this boutique hotel is not part of the touristy hotel cluster in the area. It is at a cul de sac in an ancient road surrounded by an empty cave village. We particularly enjoyed walking around these hills, inspecting the phenomena on our own and in our own time.
Halim and his staff were extremely warm and professional and went to great lengths to accommodate our requirements, even without incurring extra costs. We wanted to explore the underground city nearby without going with an official tour group, so Halim took us himself. The trip there and back was even more special since Halim stopped at various places where he introduced us to some locals/friends of his whom we shared some apple tea and a few laughs with.
It might be good to know that he is the only staff member that is able to speak English, which required us to practise our sign language. A smile went a long way!
The food was traditionally authentic, well prepared and beatifully presented.
This was definitely not just another hotel! We left with special memories of people met, not just of places visited.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Caromien
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Reviewed 14 June 2010

We are from Taiwan, Taipei and we have never met such a personal and lovely hotel.

The owner (Halim Oz) is a very friendly person who likes to help out his guests as much as he can w/o charging anything. Despite the fact that the staff knows little english, they are quite friendly and do their best to understand you and make you feel comfortable at home. Halim made a few bookings for us in advance: hot balloon, bus tickets,... And all went very smoothly.

We loved our 3 days visit over there and we would recommend people to go to. The location is quite good and behind the hotel there is the lovely Red valley and Rose valley where you can take a good hike. If you have any trouble, Halim is there to help you!

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 May 2010

we stayed here on the recommendation of a friend of a friend of a friend. Halim Oz (owner) had no recollection of our reservation and still denied it after i showed him his email on my blackberry. After he served me a coffee with a hair sticking out of it, He showed us our ground level room which was spacious but we woke up to some sketchy dudes staring at my girlfriend as she dressed. i inquired about a hot air balloon ride and he starts lecturing us about booking ahead (which we had asked him to do via email) and he makes several phone calls and locks us into a ride for a $200 per person (we looked around later on our own and found many cheaper options so its apparent he was getting a cut by bringing us there). we declined and all of a sudden he just turned into a total jerk. i later called to inquire about internet and he refused to help or believe me that it wasnt working. oh well...we continued our day and had a fantastic time in town and met many wonderful people both local and visiting. so the next day we wake up and there is NO electricity. My phone/laptop never got to charge, the owner's son who speaks very little english and acts completely condescending was unsympathetic and rude and his father nowhere to be found. He had our credit card and assumed he'd charge us when the electricity went on so we brought our bags to Motodoccia where we rented our scooter and enjoyed another lovely day only to be met at the bus station 10 minutes before leaving and harrassed by Halim over how he's unable to take a credit card payment and demands cash. I told him i expected a discount due to lack of electricity and he granted it (we paid 100 lira as opposed to the 140 we'd agreed on) and after i paid him he refused to leave us alone and continued to berate my girlfriend until i almost punched him in the face.

we've spent 10 days in Turkey and these people were like the only negative interaction we had. ugh. i hate them.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank poeticaesthetix
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Reviewed 14 May 2010

This is authentic experience in every respect--rooms reflect the
natural stone of the caves, but somehow remain spacious and light,
Comb honey, out of this world figs and raisins, many local cheeses,
fresh oranges....way beyond the usual Turkish breakfast with easy
friendly service. The views of the striking hill-side of cave houses
(now deserted), all serene and beautiful. The front terraces of the
hotel with stone-top tables set among ancient trees and greenery, with
shade or sun at all times of day, Beautiful Turkish carpets with
wireless, availability of tour set-up ,etc. We stayed three nights and
fully basked in the quiet and splendor of a once in a lifetime dream
location.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank daisyEllettsville
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Reviewed 19 August 2009

The Village Cave hotel is a boutique hotel in the small village of Cavusin in Cappadocia (not Nevsehir as listed in the description, Nevsehir is just the nearest city). The hotel rooms themselves are very spacious and comfortable, but I would not stay at this hotel again. The services was bad, and I mean bad. The hotelier is a complete sales person, seeing his guests as wallets more than patrons. You cannot walk in or out without him trying to sell you on services at outrageously inflated prices and then acting annoyed if you say no. Additionally, there is no 24 hr receptionist (not a problem in its own right) but they compensate for this failing by LOCKING THE DOORS AT NIGHT. We woke early one morning to find we were literally locked into the hotel. In addition to being extremely angry about having to cool our heels until someone came to open the hotel I shudder to think if there had been a fire at night. Everyone in the hotel would have died. The idea that a hotel would lock its guests in is horrifying to me. Furthermore, no one really tries or wants to help you, even with something as simple as asking for a receipt or expecting breakfast on time is met with slight annoyance.

  • Stayed: August 2009
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7  Thank antonia208
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