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Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

We had a wonderful evening at sillehan hotel. We were in a short break to Konya and we thought to spend an evening in Sille a friend took us in his own car to Sille and there we had few hours to spend and we had s short tea break at sillehan hotel and this short break made us to take the decision to decide to come one day to Sille to spend few days in this amazing hotel. The owners were very generous to show us there place and even to allow us to see the rooms. It is a magnificent place.

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 18 May 2016

That is a very great hotel in Konya,
Located in a small town, great view and nature,
The whole building keep traditional Turkey style, very clean and good feeling!
and their restaurant just next to hotel, as nature style! and delicious. I will stay here again next time.

Ricky

Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Ricky T
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Reviewed 13 March 2016

Four of us have just spent one night at this hotel in the pretty village of Sille just north of Konya. Very personal, very traditional, very comfortable. We loved it. It may not be to everyones taste as no alcohol is available. One of our party had a birthday so it was odd for us not to celebrate with a drink. There are great views of ancient rock dwellings opposite the hotel and a mosque and minaret also ... but that does mean the sound of the muezzin early in the morning. However, for me that just adds to the atmosphere.

Date of stay: March 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Jeremy B
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Habib A, Sahibi at Sillehan Boutique Hotel-Restaurant-Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 22 March 2016

thank you Jeremy for your visit and your nice comment. Hope to see u again in Sille

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Reviewed 25 November 2015

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.

Date of stay: November 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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2  Thank James P
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Habib A, Sahibi at Sillehan Boutique Hotel-Restaurant-Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded 26 November 2015

Hello John, hello Sant, we thank you for your stay in our hotel and your kindly detailed comment. It was a pleasure for us to host you. Hope to see you again in Konya-Sille @Sillehan. Habib

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Reviewed 24 August 2015

After a few days in Konya and it was time for a change so we took a short taxi ride to Sille. This once deserted town has a huge history, many interesting old buildings in various stages of disrepair, an ancient Byzantine church whicch has recently been refurbished, caves in dwhich holy mystics once lived and an interesting landscapre. On walking around, i seemed that the geart of the town was gone. Many of the ancient houses were deserted and it seemed that in several millenia of existence, it had seen better days.
Then we came across the Silehan Hotel and Restaurant. a beautifuly renovated old dwelling had been turned into a hotel and restarant. With flagged rock floors everywhere lots of cedar and beautiful views over the neaby mountains, it seemed ideal.
we stayed for lunch on the upstairs terrace and ran into Habib, the owner. this motivated man has just spent ten yeaurs revivating the place perfectly. Its fabulous whether you go for a panoramic and deliciuous lunch or a romantic stay. It is especially interestuing when you know that this area was filled with Christians and many Greek families. These place stil has the feel of Greece right in the midst of Turkey, probably as it was a stop on the ancient Silk Route!

Room tip: Rooms and the stone floors are all heated in the winter months!
Date of stay: August 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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1  Thank nosourgrapes
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