Traveller's cave hotel

Address: Aydinl Mahallesi Gorceli Sokak No 7, Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Aydinl Mahallesi Gorceli Sokak No 7, Goreme, is near Goreme National Park (Goreme Milli Parklar), Pigeon Valley (Guvercinlik Vadisi), and El Nazer Kilise.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsTraveller's cave hotel Goreme

      Reviewed by marniv

      Traveller's cave pension

      Reviewed Apr 30, 2013
      by (2 reviews) Spånga , Sweden Flag of Sweden

      It seems that it's run by the same company as well as the dormitory.
      Very nice rums carved in the stone. big Turkish breakfast. Good service: laundry, booking of balloon flight, horse riding and other activities.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Traveller's cave hotel Goreme

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Goreme

      Hot air ballooning, hiking + fairy chimneys

      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Nov 14, 2014

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... mountains lasting up until around 2 million years ago, forming soft tufa and lava layers in the valleys, and which the following millennia of wind, rain and other elements created the bizarre mushroom and cone shaped rock formations. These rocks were first carved out by pagan sun worshiping Hittites, and subsequent years saw Byzantines cave out rock churches and vast underground cities.

      We did several of the best hikes of the trip through the breath-taking valleys here. ...

      Fairy Chimneys

      A travel blog entry by robrae on Sep 25, 2014

      8 photos

      Early start at 7.30am to beat the crowds at the Goreme's Open - Air Museum., a Byzantine settlement housing 20 monks and then a pilgrimage site from the 17th century. Aziz Basil Sapeli chapel dedicated to Kayseriborn St Basil an important Cappadocian Saint. The early start was worth it to beat the crowds. During the drive to the open museum we were surrounded by the hot air balloons flying over the fairy chimneys. A truly magnificent site and it was so disappointing we could ...

      Cappadocia: Chad Wouldn't Let Me Drive

      A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Jul 06, 2014

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... in Argentina. I was fine with being chauffeured. We drove down back dirt roads in small towns, found cemeteries, horses, other roaming tourists.The entire region is meant to be explored and you can pretty much go anywhere you'd like.

      We hiked through Fairy Valley which we ballooned over earlier. Fairy chimneys, as they call them, jet up out of the sand and have tiny windows and ancient worn step holes to the top. Others look ...

      Turkey - Part 2

      A travel blog entry by robbynpeter on Jul 04, 2014

      72 photos

      ... centre of the city) and the Necropolis (grand cemetry). The sad part of this is that the water is drying up and if you compare old photos of the sit to our photos you can see the obvious difference in the amount of water. After a day in the heat and dust we spend a few hours in Peter's hotel room a chance to take a cold shower and prepare for a 10 hour over night bus ride to Cappadocia. Day 7 - Cappadocia It's a long 10 hour overnight haul by bus from our hotel ...

      The Land of the Turks - Part 2 (16th-20th June)

      A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 16, 2014

      47 photos

      ... rock formations which were formed by volcanic eruptions thousands of years ago. Over time the landscape has eroded from the weather and people have even carved into the soft rock for shelter creating small cave-like settlements. To us it looked like a lot of ant nests from up in the sky. We had over an hour up in the air to enjoy the breathtaking landscape. It was an experience I will never forget. Whilst I was fine up in the air, I'll admit I was a bit worried about the ...