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Booked this hotel as it had some good reviews and nice pics.DO NOT BE FOOLED. Was an awful hotel.
We arrived in the early hours of the morning and was shown our room. It was dreadful. Tiny bad plumbing no sea view which...More
What a gem, we loved it! A small friendly Hotel which feels very Turkish. It is 2 star, so basic, you get what you pay for, perfectly adequate for what we wanted. If you want luxury, don't book 2 star.
Our room was small, but...More
Just to let people know that Thompson will no longer be representing this hotel. Guests who wish to return will need to book independently which is really easy. There is an added incentive in that the room rate for May and October is now only...More
Fantastic clean basic hotel, on beach front, quiet resort for couples. Great for a weeks break. friendly hotel staff. Bar open late. Bodrum nearby, get to by bus. Bitez next resort along. Restaurants in resort sit you on beach to have evening meals. Very relaxed...More
The hotel has a perfect location on the sea front. The rooms are very compact but have all you need and are kept very clean. It was perfectly acceptable as a 2 star and for the price paid. The staff are polite and efficient and...More
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There are three ways. We have used a taxi at a fixed rate of about £40 one way. You will need to tell them Ortakent then Yahsi village and then it's a left turn at the top and down the hill to the bus station. We have had... More
There are three ways. We have used a taxi at a fixed rate of about £40 one way. You will need to tell them Ortakent then Yahsi village and then it's a left turn at the top and down the hill to the bus station. We have had drivers go wrong. If you want a turkish translation for the directions I can arrange it for you. If you are arriving by Turkish airlines you can ge the Havas bus to Bodrum and then the Dolmus to Yahsi. The other way is to book with holiday taxis . Com although you will end up dropping other people off first so it takes a bit longer.
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"Our room was pot-luck facing East & had a sea view limited to 150 degrees,.. we could watch the sun rise..."