Safran Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsSafran Cave Hotel Goreme
Family is very pleasant and go out of their way to assist. They made arrangements for both the balloon flight and a tour. Had dinner there one evening and it was excellent. Highly recommend if you want a local feel and not a big hotel.
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... each of them were. We chose a dinner plate full of various entrees between the two of us and he suggested 1 main course to share and we chose lamb shanks. The food was fresh and the quality was first class. To drink we chose (hang on) Ayran, a yoghurt based drink. (Non alcoholic) The next day we hired a car and drove ourselves around the National Park checking out the various sights. And for dinner you guessed it. We went back to Topdeck.