Cave Hotel Saksagan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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... night of little sleep, probably feeling slightly claustrophobic in the confines and not close enough to the edge to get a really good view. Plus I don't think it is worth the Euro 120-150 price tag. I see the photos after and while the pictures of the valley are pretty and seeing all of the balloons in flight is nice you can get the same sunrise view from the top of the ruined castle. Another girl in the hostel has done both and she said she wished she'd gone to ...
... have a trolley dolly, female. our first stop was 1hr 20min after we left, which I thought was a bit soon. We stopped for about 20min at a truck stop for way overpriced food or drinks. As soon as we left the trolley dolly did her thing and bought around drinks. What? I suppose it wasn't a bad idea cos lots of us had drinks. That was the last we saw of her ALL night. She sat up the front with the driver swilling coffee while we ...
... 304;stanbul, people were a little bit more reserved, but everywhere else is full of genuine friendliness. i preface the next section with saying that we still only speak about 10 turkish words, recognize 10 more (and add in 20 or 30 food words). but for people we've interacted with who speak no words of english, we've had smiles, laughs, pointing and a great deal of friendliness. for people we've interacted with who speak 5 to 10 words of english, we've had smiles, ...
Today we saw hardly any snow but instead it was -3 degrees and there was a bitter cold wind. Our first stop was Sinasos an old Greek town deserted when the Greeks were expelled from Turkey and the Turks expelled from Greece in 1927. Many of the houses are derelict but some are being done up as boutique cave hotels. Though parts of the town are ...
... are incredible, although not very well sign posted. Our first afternoon, Serdar dropped us off at the entrance to Love valley for the "easy" hike through the white canyon. We probably stopped too long taking silly photos with the phallic like rocks the Love Valley is named after, by which time the temperature and light were dropping rapidly, and at a few points we were concerned we might be stuck in the valet for the night. The problem was that there were paths, but there ...