Serinn House

Address: Esbelli Sok. No:36, Urgup, Cappadocia, 50400, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Esbelli Sok. No:36, Urgup, is near Goreme Open-Air Museum, Goreme National Park (Goreme Milli Parklar), Cappadocia Cave Dwellings, and Avanos.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Serinn House Urgup

          Tranquility, elegance & Hospitality

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          Found this hotel through the trip advisor reviews and we are so happy that we did. Just spent a weekend at Serinn House, with my significant other and had one of the most amazing experince of our lives. Cappadocia's incredible fairy chimneys, combined with such a perfect boutique hotel turned our holiday to a fairy weekend, Ms Eren was more than an owner..Starting the day (even at 5 am in the morning while going to baloon cruising) with her smile was an extradordinary personal touch of her excellent service. Location of Serinnhouse is great (just a Short stroll down hill to Urgup town), breakfast is sooooo good that (especially the freshly baked pies and breads) you still feel full at your lunch stop, rooms are very spacious and very modern. MUST DO'S: have a sunset wine at the terrace, listen to Eren's reccomendations about where to see and where to eat, baloon cruising, even on a diet taste the bread..So to sum it up, serinnhouse is a beautiful hotel with beautiful people (ahh! and a beautiful dog), welcoming in very aspect. I fully reccommend this hotel to trip advisors users.

          Absolutely amazing!

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          First let me start off by saying that Cappadocia is an amazingly beautiful place to visit BUT it would not have been such a wonderful experience if it I stayed anywhere else. Eren, owner of Serinn House, made my trip a memorable experience.

          I was in London on business and decided to visit Istanbul & Cappadocia for the weekend. Traveling alone and being a person of color is not always easy in Turkey but Eren made sure to make me feel welcome and ensured that I made the most of my stay.

          The rooms are exactly as pictured on the website and even more lovely in person. The breakfast was delicious and fresh!

          If you are looking for an adventure in Turkey and want a place that feels like home stay at Serinn, you won't regret it.

          Cinq étoiles pour cet hôtel de cinq chambres

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          En compagnie de quelques amis, j'ai séjourné 3 nuits au Serinn, un hôtel (souterrain) de cinq chambres à Urgup. Au milieu des montagnes, il a une vue fabuleuse sur la vallée. Les chambres sont magnifiquement décorées, l'hôtel tout entier a été conçu et construit avec goût. Comme d'autres ont pu le dire, Erin, notre hôtesse, servait du vrai café (pas de Nescafé), des tartes et gâteaux faits maison ainsi que des oeufs chaque matin. Nulle part ailleurs nous n'avons eu ça en Turquie. Suivez ses conseils quant aux endroits où manger.

          Cinco estrellas para un hotel de cinco habitaciones

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          Me alojé por tres noches en el Serinn, un hotel (cueva) en Urgup, junto con amigos. Estaba en las montañas y tenia una vista fabulosa del valle. Las habitaciones estaban hermosamente decoradas y el hotel estaba construido y decorado con buen gusto. Como dijeron otros, Erin, nuestra anfitriona, servía café de verdad (no nescafé), tartas y pasteles recién salidos del horno y huevos todas las mañanas para el desayuno. En ningún otro lugar de Turquía nos sirvieron eso. Sigue sus recomendaciones de lugares para comer.

          Five stars for a five room hotel

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          Together with friends, I stayed for 3 nights in the Serinn, a five room (cave) hotel in Urgup. In the hills, it had a fabulous view of the valley. The rooms were beautifully decorated, the entire hotel was tastefully designed and constructed. As others have said, Erin, our hostess served real coffee (not Nescafe), and freshly baked pies & cakes, and eggs for breakfast each morning. Nowhere else did we get that in Turkey. Take her advice about places to eat.

          Loved the serinn hotel in urgup

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          Serinn House in Urgup (cappadocia) Turkey

          Just returned from spending 3 nights at the beautiful and very comfortable Serinn House, a small cave hotel overlooking Urgup.

          Hostess Erin is gracious, knowledgeable, and more than willing to help with reserving theatre tickets, etc.

          Breakfasts on the terrace with a long view into the distant landscape are delightful and included something freshly baked that morning.

          Rooms are spacious, very modern, clean, and most important for someone over 50, have extremely comfortable beds.

          Without a doubt, this was the most comfortable and beautiful lodging over the course of 2 weeks spent in Istanbul, Bursa, Konya and Cappadocia.

          A great boutique hotel!

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          My two friends and I stayed at Serinn for 3 nights recently and it was just amazing. Erin, the inn keeper, and her assistant Serdar really made us feel at home. She also has a great dog that we feel in love with! The rooms are clean and beautiful with a "hip" retro design. It was certainly the most stylish hotel we stayed in during our 2 week vacation. Erin also served the best breakfast we had in Turkey! Along with the usual cheeses, olives and tomatoes she also served eggs and a homemade cobbler or biscuits every morning. All served on the terrace which has incredible views of the valley. The hotel is also WiFi equipped at no extra charge.

          I wasn't very interested in visiting Cappadocia when we were planning our trip but staying at Serinn and the amazing landscape of the region definitely made me glad we went! I'd go back to Cappdocia and Serinn anytime.

          Look no further than Serinn!

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          We stayed at Serinn for two nights and wished we would've stayed for 2 weeks! Eren, the owner and hostess, is lovely and thoughtful and makes you instantly feel welcome. The rooms are incredible--stylish furnishings that still feel cozy. We stayed in one of the cave rooms and loved it, but all of the rooms looked great.

          Breakfast was amazing with everything down to the marmalde being home-made. The view from the breakfast terrace captures Cappadocia. We highly recommend this guest house!

          Ne cherchez pas plus loin que le Serinn!

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          Nous avons passé deux nuits au Serinn et nous aurions aimés y rester deux semaines! Erin, l'hôtesse et propriétaire, est adorable et prévenante. Elle vous fait immédiatement vous sentir comme chez vous. Les chambres sont incroyables: ameublement élégant et qui pourtant donne une impression d'intimité. Nous étions dans l'une des chambres souterraines et avons adoré, mais toutes les chambres sont belles.

          Le petit déjeuner est extraordinaire avec tout ce qu'il faut jusqu'à la marmelade faite maison. De la terrasse du petit déjeuner, la vue embrasse la Cappadoce. Nous recommandons vivement cette maison d'hôtes.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Serinn House Urgup

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Urgup

          Cappadocia

          A travel blog entry by hbowen on Jun 07, 2015

          37 photos

          ... dealing with it is somewhat different. Despite all of that if you've never heard Adhan (the evening prayer call) ring out across a middle eastern city at sunset you're really missing something in your life. I truly do think it's one of the most beautiful things that I have ever head.

          This weekend we headed a few hours away to Cappadocia. One of the oldest places in Turkey. We got to tour an underground city that used to accommodate ...

          Cappadocia

          A travel blog entry by valaryr on Feb 26, 2015

          36 photos

          ... nice and we had a great time.

          The tour first took us to a viewpoint over Goreme, which gave us awesome views of a ton of the caves. Then we visited Derinkuyu, an old underground city that was built to protect the people of Cappadocia during times of attack or invasion. It was really neat—7 stories of rooms that all had a different purpose and were connected with air vents carved out in the stone. ...

          A Little Health Update and Self Indulgent Selfie

          A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Sep 16, 2014

          2 photos

          I don't post many selfies...anymore at least (there were a lot during my dating excursions let's be honest), but I wanted to share with all my friends that have been across how sick I've been the last yr what a little time out with no work email can do. Luckily I am not one of my friends or their network that are suffering a serous illness and are facing a much bigger battle than I can imagine, my health issues have just been the continued affects of ...

          Turkish Bath House

          A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on May 19, 2014

          2 comments, 4 photos

          ... lamb to slaughter ....... to have the treatment!! I think we all relieved it wasn't us!! Sorry Lyn! The lady took the mask off with water from a bowl over to one side of the room while the rest of us watched every move! We're next girls!

          The lady then proceeded to loofer arms, legs, back and midriff with the loofer..... oh that doesn't look comfortable!! Lyn then was asked to lay on one of the sections of the ...

          Caves and churches (1080km)

          A travel blog entry by cflove on May 10, 2014

          1 comment, 14 photos

          ... that the locals make use of the 'caves' all over the place. The picture is one of them but note the 'chimneys' in the slope which are ventilation shafts for the cave. It must be huge.

          The valley itself was really interesting. the first thing we saw were the 'pigeon coop' caves, holes painted white to supposedly attract the pigeons. They use the pigeon dropping for fertilizer. After this we saw various churches and ...