Gunay Stone House Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Gunay Stone House Hotel
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Gunay Stone House Hotel Avanos
Travel Blogs from Avanos
... and, while it is a very old city, (unlike Canberra) there is lots of new development. We visited the Anatolian Civilisations Museum which was excellent. It was very well set out chronologically and again showed the antiquity of this land from Palaeolithic through to Roman times. Some of the exhibits were just amazing an beautifully displayed. We then visited the ...
... by the military that wanted us to get off the bus and walk through an x-Ray scanner - funny that is was on the side of the road. Ataturk's museum was interesting, we wondered through the processional path to the square that was huge, a lot of guards. Ataturk was buried under the museum, we weren't able to see the tomb but the museum was interesting enough. It was laid out very well I thought and there was English descriptions for everything. We were about ...
... site from around 5:30pm and we walked past a number of cemeteries and battle sites (including the Anzac landing sites, the Nek and Shrapnel Valley). If you haven’t read it, a book recommendation for you is Gallipoli by Les Carlyon.
Arriving at the main ceremonial area as the sun was setting we could see a rock formation (the Sphinx as the Anzacs called it) strutting out above us. There were also long lines ahead of us. We managed to ...
... Valley. The rock formations and caves are everywhere and the Autumn colours light up the grey landscape.
After lunch we walked to the Goreme Open Air Museum. It is an area that contains houses and churches carved into the natural rock formations.
Under Byzantine rule, Cappadocia was a frontier region subject to frequent raids by Sassanids ...
... underground houses at 4 levels. It really is climb to get to all of them, scary at parts, but definitely worth the effort! Afterwards we enjoy breakfast overlooking the valley with semaver made tea and home grown honey! Guess my instinct is working well… You cannot find this in any tourist brochure ;-)
Is not on most tourist trails and totally underrated! Most tour operators apparently choose Ilhara valley over this one. Good ...