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Fairy Chimney Inn
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Reviewed 18 May 2014

I absolutely loved my experience at Fairy Chimney Hotel. Abdullah and his family were amazing. I especially loved my tour guide Yuksel, Abdullah's brother. He was so knowledgeable about the town and the history of the city. He seemed to know everyone and everyone in town seemed to love him and have great respect for him. He was the best tour guide I have ever had in Turkey. Also if you are interested in pottery or carpets he took us to a fabulous place. He got us much better pricing then we got in Istanbul. So glad we waited to get one here. It was one of the best experiences we had here in Cappadocia. Just a side note...they don't have TV's but I really didn't miss it.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with friends
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1  Thank meesh2371
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Reviewed 22 April 2014

We would highly recommend staying at Fairy Chimney to anyone looking for an experience rather than another hotel. All the facilities were just as good but 'cave dwelling' for a few nights was a lot more fun and authentic than opting for a regular B and B.
Abdullah and his family were warm, welcoming and helpful.
If you are visiting Cappadocia and looking for a place to stay - Look no further.

  • Stayed: April 2014
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1  Thank Sophia W
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Reviewed 1 November 2013

First of all this hotel I did not choose but got here due to some confusion with the hotel I booked. As we saw later that was how many other people got there too. Need I waist all the time looking for a hotel downtown close to restaurants and bus station to eventually be far away from everything? We did enough hiking in all the valleys to add more to it in the evening. Anyway, after a long trip we came to Goreme, came to this place, guess it was 7.30pm and the only person in the hotel was sleeping! So we woke her up, checked in, very hungry went to eat something in the town, nearby this place nothing is available. As we came back around 9pm nobody was available again, no chance to ask any question or get to know the Internet access code. No chance to call home on Skype. All the doors open, gate open, nobody cares, anyway, we locked the door of our room and fall asleep. Morning breakfast was good but late which was not great as we had a full day trip booked so had to eat in a hurry. There were nice places to eat outside with a nice view when the weather allows but when it is cold and everything is wet have to sit inside and not enough space for everybody in the dining room. Oh, we also got to know the Internet code that morning! Cool. Only it was not working in our room.
As we returned in the evening, all was closed, no hotel personnel, main entrance through the dining room closed and the only option to get in was climbing up along the wall which is a favorite place for a large guard dog and at that time it was sleeping on the top of the stairs. So need to step over him up there!! If he wakes up and doesn’t like it, jump down the wall! Dog sometimes barking, sometimes wiggling its tale, depends on his mood.. oh, its tale is pink by the way:)) Why should a visitor deal with some dogs just to get into a hotel?! Want to check next day’s weather or call kids home? Internet available only outside. Be ready to get dressed warm, get out of your room to a cold Goreme evening, meet the dog and do your thing. Yea, if it rained and you don’t like sitting on a wet chair, you would have to stand. Hotel is not worth the money paid, credit cards not accepted, heard argument of the owner and newly arrived guests. Good we had enough cash upon arrival or else would have to go all the way downtown to find ATM just to check in! Overall, no service, not good value for money, inconvenient, inside nothing special, old bed covers and other items.. It was a relief to get out there and move to a different hotel.
And, please, don’t buy into this “cave hotel” thing like we did, you will not stay in a real cave anyway, they just build hotels around those rocks imitating caves, digging very little inside. OK, maybe part of your bathroom will be a real cave, so what? That fact is not going to make it any more convenient anyway. Better to stay in some ordinary hotel with all the conveniences and good service because after a long day of climbing and hiking in all those gorgeous valleys around Goreme that is all you need. Also, in the valleys there are plenty of real caves where you can get your “cave experience” just hiding from the rain.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank Inna819
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Reviewed 25 August 2013

We spent three nights at the hotel and we were wholly satisfied with our stay. We had a cave hotel with private bathroom (I can't remember the name). The room was cool without air conditioning, which we appreciated very much after the hot days. The bed is very comfortable, the bathroom carved in stone is charming. All in all, a cosy room, which we will remember for a long time.
The view on the valley is really great, and you can see all the balloons in the morning as they ride above Goreme.
The service was very good, people were friendly and helpful. We loved the breakfast, the breakfast area, the dog and the cats. The various young students who stay at the hotel (for internships or their studies) make for a youngish environment.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Laura_bretea
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Reviewed 20 August 2013

You need the muscle of steel to conquer the journey up to the inn or just save the hassle by telling the owner in advance so they can pick you up and save the hassle. Overall i'm fascinated with Cappadocia itself and we stayed in 'Hasan'. The room is facing the walkway and offer little privacy as the windows open up to the walkway. We were offered early check in and complimentary breakfast on the day of our arrival. Rooms are clean as well as the toilet. Gulcan's dinner must not be missed. The next day she was sick and she was not readily available. I understand the condition she is going through but being an inn, your customers are always the first priority. I do hope in the near future she would avoid repeating the same thing

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with family
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