The hotel has been tastefully restored to a high standard, with lots of original features typical of Ottoman houses.
The rooms were individually and traditionally refurbished with obviously a lot of time having gone into the design and detail of getting it just right. Beds and bedding are very comfortable and the en-suite bathrooms are modern and very clean.
The breakfast was excellent and typically Turkish (fresh bread, eggs, potato, cucumber, tomatoes, cheeses, meats, jams, cream, honey and tea)
The owner is very kind and helpful, and very much involved in the day to day running of the hotel. This shows in the high standard of service provided here; it is also in contrast to many boutique hotels in Turkey where the owner is very often an absentee investor based in Istanbul or overseas.
The village of Sille is quiet with a lot of things to see; both historical buildings (churches, mosques, hammams) as well as the natural landscape (hills, mountains and gorges). The belediye (council/local government) and local entrepreneurs seem to have invested heavily in getting local infrastructure up to scratch, with streets and civic amenities refurbished, and a decent offering of museums.
Overall, cannot recommend a better place to stay in Central Anatolia. Top marks.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking