Cave Hotel Saksagan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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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Travel Blogs from Goreme
... a weeks holiday. Our camp site of 6 years ago...Berlin Camping had closed
down and replaced by Dikler Camping, and quite frankly the new owner, had been
trained at “The Black Hole School of Tourist Accommodation” in Calcutta. It was
another case of campers don’t have human rights, and certainly the right to
have a tepid shower when the outside temperature is 5 degrees is not one
embodied in the Dikler charter. We moved after ...
... to see and I’ll never take the craftsmanship for granted – as the big ones can take two years to make.
We had a great lunch with traditional baked kebab. A porcelain pot – shaped like a vase – is filled with meat, eggplant, onion, capsicum and spices and baked for a few hours. This is then sealed with aluminium foil and wheeled pit to the table. Lighter fluid is poured over the pot and lit for dramatic effect. The foil is then removed and the ...
... It was a combination of ‘mild claustrophobia’ and large groups of babbling, moving, tunnel blocking S Korean tourists. Once we had managed to get away from them, I was more able to appreciate the intricacies of this extraordinary creation. There are tunnels- some demand a crouch to get through – steps and various connected chambers.
Bearing in mind it was built as a hideout during times of attack, ...
... with chapels and chambers. This was another Indy moment! I was alone in this huge park, only coming across five or six other people in the time I spent hiking and climbing and poking around the caves. After a couple of hours, I was surrounded by boulders, following either a trail or stream bed, definitely lost. I met a man with his two sons, who said if I continued on the trail, I'd be back in Goreme in two more hours. There was more vegetation ...
... museum is a series of damaged Cappadocian “fairy chimney” homes. The landscape is eroded sandstone and pumice. Once the scene of major volcanic activity the three regional volcanoes now lay dormant or extinct. A lake once covered this region slowly rubbing away the softer layers to create the oddly point capped hoodoo shaped structures. Homes were carved into these rocks over various levels with the bedrooms usually contained on the upper parts. Daily ...