Anatolian Cave Hotel

Aydinkiragi Mah. No 11, Goreme, Cappadocia, 50180, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Aydinkiragi Mah. No 11, Goreme, is near Goreme Open-Air Museum, Goreme National Park (Goreme Milli Parklar), Cappadocia Cave Dwellings, and Avanos.
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    Travel Blogs from Goreme

    Goreme Underground City

    A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Aug 18, 2014

    ... amazing views of the Valley of cones. Had lunch in an underground restaurant serving traditional Anatolian food- white bean stew, stuffed baked aubergines, clay pot kebab, creamy rice pudding & pistachio baklava. Heaven!
    Visited a pottery in Avanos, an area were pottery has been made since Hittite times. This pottery has a master potter of international renown & some Hittite designs are still used. ...

    Cappadocia bliss

    A travel blog entry by obrillips on Jun 27, 2014

    121 photos

    ... of us was a hollow which looked like the main room for cooking, sitting and whatever. Then climbing up a small wall inside took us to a rock platform which was another well used part of the house and it had a "window" looking out over the chimney valley. Our eyes adjusted to the dark and we found a man sized hole in the roof of the cave. We then noticed cut out hand holds we could use to pull ourselves through the hole. Awesome! The next level was big also. Most likely a sleeping area. ...

    Turkish Bath House

    A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on May 19, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    After we had a meal, we had the opportunity in Goreme, to visit a Turkish Bath house. How many times have we heard about them but who knows much about them! Although we were tired from the journey, we all were very willing to do something none of us had ever done and did not know what to expect!

    Devrim, our guide told us the Turkish baths (or Humman) were one of the oldest in the area and we would get feel very good after ...

    "It's a Magical Fairyland!"

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Apr 17, 2014

    109 photos

    ... called us in the morning to notify us, and hadn't put us through the rigmarole of transport to the office and breakfast. Dejected, we booked a trip for another morning and walked back to our cave.

    An hour later, we had just finished crafting our hiking plan for the day and were about to hit the trail when our cave phone rang. It was our hotel front desk, notifying us that ballooning was back on and a van would be at the hotel to pick us up in five minutes. ...

    From Istanbul to Cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Apr 12, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... 8217;re here, so I’d hate to come to Cappadocia and not go ballooning.

    I grabbed dinner at a little restaurant in the village called Fat Boys. It was a good meal and it’s funny to see a village in the middle of nowhere in Turkey, and hardly any Turkish people. The only people in this village are tourists. I suppose that’s the only thing this community is built on, but it’s still strange to see. ...