Stayed here with my family two nights on June 12 and 13. The Hotel is small but charming with an attentive staff and eager to help manager. We had two rooms. The Harem Room was delightful with a balcony looking out over the surrounding mountains. My only complaint about this room is that the tub needs a shower curtain. It's nearly impossible to use the hand held sprayer and not shoot water into the bathroom. Breakfast was delicious and made to order and included in our room package. Enjoyed the complimentary fruit and Port wine in the room nightly. Ate dinner once in the hotel and it was also delicious although a tad pricy at 50 dollars per person. Internet is available in the manager's office. The manager also kindly gave my son and I a good recommendation on where to watch world cup matches in town. The place which I can't remember the name was just down the hill from the hotel and had good and reasonably priced food as well. Would definately recommend this hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sacred House is a 250 years old, Greek mansion, where medieval art & contemporary luxury meet to provide that certain old world touch. Precious decorations, antique furnishings & worthy antique items enhance the atmosphere and luxurious comfort of the 21 totally different & unique rooms. Our menu accompanied by old, forgotten and ancient cuisines which are served in a medieval atmosphere supported by antique silverware, antique chandeliers and chevalier tables, to be a 'knightly' one to remember a long time. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sacred House Hotel Urgup
- Sacred House Turkey/Cappadocia - Urgup