Nomad Cave Hotel

Address: Goreme Kasabasi Muze Cad. No:7, Goreme, Cappadocia, 50100, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Santa Maria Novella area of Goreme, is near Goreme National Park (Goreme Milli Parklar), Pigeon Valley (Guvercinlik Vadisi), and Uchisar Castle.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsNomad Cave Hotel Goreme

      Reviewed by forksontheroad

      Fantastic Place

      Reviewed Sep 13, 2014
      by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

      This might be the perfect hostel. It is located in a great spot in a great town, it's clean and comfortable, and the staff will do everything in their power to make sure you have an amazing time, including, but not limited to, driving you to the pharmacy for medicine, taking you up to the viewpoint to watch the sunset and booking (and rebooking) tours, bus tickets, and restaurants. Stay here!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by meganfisher

      best staff ever

      Reviewed Sep 10, 2013
      by (55 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

      As soon as I arrived, the owner came and picked me up from the bus station. He gave me apple tea and explained everything about the area to me. He helped arrange horseback riding and a tour that I was interested. The balloon company that he recommended was enjoyed by the other travelers, but I did not choose to do it. I loved sleeping in a cave. Everything was clean and well maintained. The owner drove me to places and helped out in anyway possible. Also, breakfast was filling.

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      Reviewed by melindaoba

      Great place to stay

      Reviewed Apr 29, 2012
      by (1 review) Vicenza , Italy Flag of Italy

      The guys working here are great, trustful, careful and very helpful. They do their best for your comfort.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Nomad Cave Hotel Goreme

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Goreme

      Rain, Snow, and Long Drives

      A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Nov 22, 2014

      3 photos

      So we had made it! And I was immediately glad I had decided to join Mark and head to Cappadocia despite the 12 hour drive. Of course driving in a car made everything 100% easier and now we were staying in our own cave, warm and toasty. After our first night we had made some friends and suggested a trip to an underground city the next day since it …

      99 Luft Balloons

      A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Sep 13, 2014

      5 photos

      Natasha here.

      Well - our first night bus experience was.... ok. Not horrible, not ideal. No. Bathroom. On. Board. I think the anxiety that caused was worse than any imagined scenario of having to go badly and not being able to. The bus stopped frequently enough. In fact almost every hour or so. We later learned that the drivers and …

      Last days in Capadoccia, Central Turkey

      A travel blog entry by helenbond1953 on Sep 27, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... in case of attack. Inside, the cave opened out into larger spaces where people lived and passageways connected each of the separate spaces. Hittites were the first group in the early Bronze Age to develop underground caves as a way of living and protection then the last groups to use them were Christians initially fleeing from the Romans. Today we went to an "open air" museum of mostly the 11 and 12 centuries and communities were beginning to build their towns in caves ...

      Land of the Fairy Chimneys

      A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Aug 20, 2014

      14 photos

      ... the rock, though it sure seems they could have found an easier way to go.

      According to legend fairies originally populated the area. When people began to arrive, the fairies were unhappy and turned themselves into pigeons. The villagers carved niches in the stone for pigeon nests, hence the name fairy chimneys. They also left food in the holes and painted the red designs outside to attract the birds because they wanted the guano for fertilizer.

      Overview of Cappadocia

      A travel blog entry by toml on Apr 13, 2014

      18 photos

      ... offers itself to artistic interpretation. The natural processes that formed the fairy castles took millennia, but what happened in the past thousand years is equally fascinating. People found that they could carve cave homes into the soft tuff that makes up the castles and they got busy burrowing. In some places there are underground cities seven stories deep. Early Christians were some of the first to dig, hiding themselves and their churches in the rock because ...