Cave Hotel Saksagan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCave Hotel Saksagan Goreme
Very friendly and helpful owner and family. Rooms are spacious and nicely decorated. Very close to the bus station.
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... and went to start breakfast when low and behold, I opened the door and it was SNOWING in big crystally flakes. Apart from my fingers freezing off it was pretty delightful. I sat in the common room watching it come down on the caves all around us and settle on the trees and I was suspended in a moment of amazement crossed with dread. I was not ready for another snowy winter. I relished the thought of NZ summer waiting for me just a week away. That day it was ...
... last stop before nightfall - Pasabaglari, where we saw some great examples of cave structures and abandoned dwellings. The light was beautiful and again it was heaps of fun for the kids to climb the walls and into the upper stories of these former homes.
We got back to town at dinner time and it was dark and getting cold. I discovered the kids had been moved out of their room and onto the second floor of another building. Someone had packed up all of their stuff and moved ...
... life ... .was awesome !!!
Well, it was also here that I decided to take a Turkish bath, the famous "Hammam". I didn’t fly by Balloon, but I couldn’t leave Turkey without this bath. This deserved a chapter to it, but let’s go here!! It was a experience of so many sensations for more than two hours that I felt like a Greek Goddess being pampered, cared for and treated with love. Not in my two days bride was so perfect and so much fun ... lol. Among ...
... was on. Obviously. As the trip took shape, a theme appeared - we were staying in some unusual places: a cave, a Turkish over-night bus, a Trulli, and a sasso caveoso.
We finally arrived Saturday night with a new passport stamp (#42), but ...
... to cut out sections near the back wall separated by a small rock wall and then a big open area sloping down towards another great window section. Exploring this place was incredible! Inside the chimneys the rock walls kept the temperature nice also. Turkey is very hygienic so I can understand why they don't live in these awesome structures anymore with a lack of sewerage disposal... But they are still in great condition and it's easy to see how they could make nice homes. We explored ...