Dervish Cave House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Dervish Cave House Goreme
Travel Blogs from Goreme
... hill. You know one way is going to be up hill. We got here at 7.30 so I looked for food but nothing was open. I looked for a hotel to stay and found a room at Terra Vista. It is nice and includes breakfast, so do all the other hotels that is why no shops open for breakfast. The town is all about the houses cut into the rock. Whole towns exist underground. The town is full of hotels, some are in caves and the ones that are not ...
... down for pre-dawn.
Too windy for balloons so we joined a tour group to look at cave houses, Byzantine churches, and an underground city. First time with a your group and it was very good. Goreme, our village, is one of many around Kappadokia region, and while many are run down and poor, tourism is their new direction. This area got UNESCO World Heritage status in 1985, and since then it's started to ...
As much as we would have loved to relax in our ridiculous room, Mark and I had a four and half hour drive onto Cappadocia ahead of us and we were excited. People had really talked this place up. After a stunning buffet breakfast (do I need to list the spread? These are clearly becoming a trend), we got back on the road. Now that we weren't traveling in darkness we really noticed the change in landscape from the day before when we left Selcuk. ...
... and missed the sunset over Pigeon valley form. We also heard from our hiking friends we saw the next day that apparently the monastery we had been taken to see wasn’t actually the legit Selime monastery.
Without a doubt the highlight of Cappadocia was the quintessential hot air balloon ride. Blowing 2 days budget in just one morning, and the cold and very early wake up were totally worth it. We were collected from the hotel around 5am and taken to the Turkiye ...
... br> Next to a harbour side steak house for excellent fillets washed down with a local wine. I could get into this life.
But only for a while. Erik and the bike need feeding with some good winding roads and a bit of fresh air, so at dawn I plan to hitch up and ride on out in search of ...