I stayed at Sato for two nights. They were extremely accommodating, allowing us to check in early after the horrible 11 hour bus ride from Istanbul. I stayed in a large cave room, so it was very cool and damp, which took some getting used to. I think it was the sort of experience I'm happy to have done, but don't want to do again. The bathroom was alright, the shower drain was clogged though.
The staff was OK. The owner spoke English very well and was helpful, arranging activities for us and answering all of our questions, but the rest of the staff seemed to only speak Turkish which proved to be a bit of a problem at times. Every time we went to the reception area with questions and it was someone other than the owner working, they had to call him over, so it felt like we were interrupting him.
Breakfast was really good, you ordered off a menu where there was a choice of Turkish breakfast, omelette, eggs or French toast. I only tried the French toast both days, as it was delicious.
Overall it was a great value place to stay, in possibly the best location, however I was not a fan of the cave room, and they needed more multilingual staff.More