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All reviews turkey steep hillside well worth the effort stunning views cold meats different levels on the rocks private beach ozan steve waterfront sea peninsula town sunbeds boat kalkan
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Reviewed 18 June 2016

we have recently spent 2 weeks at a Villa on the peninsular near to the Lighthouse Hotel and we visited on several occasions for a drink in the hotel bar and had lunch down at the seafront bar Terrace - Lunch was amazing such a beautiful peaceful setting and we were always made to feel very welcome - My Daughter and her Fiance had a look at the hotel rooms as they are planning a wedding for next year in Kas and they said the rooms were very high quality and would recommend them
We hope to meet you again sometime soon
Thank you for your hospitality

  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled with family
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Thank susie999
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Reviewed 12 June 2016 via mobile

This was our third trip to the hotel and it is still a warm and friendly place. The numbers may be down but the owners Gillian and Ozan are very helpful and go out of their way to make you feel welcome and the staff, many of whom have been there for years, do so too. The rooms are very comfortable, the views are great and the food is good, although perhaps a little more variety wouldn't go amiss. The local dolmus bus service takes you into Kas every hour and this is a very pretty little town with lots of good shops and restaurants. We should not be abandoning these lovely holiday resorts as the friendly Turkish people do not deserve it.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled with friends
Thank Stuart C
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Reviewed 9 June 2016

We travelled to the Deniz Feneri twice with the sadly departed Exclusive Escapes. The hotel itself is a stunning place to spend your holiday. It has a relaxed vibe, where you can really unwind and do as little or as much as you like. The rooms are first rate and have lovely terraces or balconies all with stunning views. Breakfast was always nicely presented with a good choice. Service is good without being over formal. We loved this hotel and dearly miss the holiday company who were at the top of the pile when it came to customer care.

  • Stayed: July 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank StaffordMR
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Reviewed 26 May 2016

Very good staff, installations, common area and location. The hotel is just little bit hard to find out but they will probably put some signs and this problem will be solved. Very good view and the phots are the same as find in the place

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Felipejborges
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Reviewed 11 May 2016

Stayed here last year travelling with (the now sadly defunct) Exclusive Escapes, the last of a number of holidays we’ve had with them. The hotel is great, perched up on the cliffs with steps down to their private seaside restaurant and sunbathing areas – no beach but small terraces carved out of the rocks. There are also hammocks and sunbeds dotted around the gardens and most rooms have some form of terrace / balcony with outside seating.

Our room was lovely – fairly simply furnished but very light and airy. Huge bed, plenty of storage space, bathroom with an excellent shower and then a sunken bath with a big picture window looking out over the sea. A large bottle of mineral water with a pump top is provided so you don’t have to worry about buying water bottles all the time.

There is one restaurant at the hotel and then a second down the cliff by the seaside. Breakfast is cold meats, cheeses, breads, salads, fruit, yogurts etc plus a chef is on hand to cook eggs however you want them – simple but tasty. The lunch menu is fairly short – flatbreads, kebabs etc. Dinner has a bit more choice and there are themed evenings also – fish night, barbecue night, Sultan’s Feast. The food is all very good – you can’t really go wrong with the great fresh ingredients that they have.

The hotel has its own hammam and a Turkish bath was included in the stay which is a lovely way to get relaxed and start the holiday. We also had days out on a gullet (traditional Turkish sailing boat) and a motor cruiser, both of which were excellent.

Location wise the hotel is fairly isolated on a peninsula but they run a shuttle bus into Kas, the local town (or you can walk – downhill there but uphill all the way back). Here there are plenty of bars, shops and restaurants yet it manages to not feel to o touristy. There are also plenty of companies running excursions if you want them.
If you’re after lots of nightlife and crowds then this probably isn’t the hotel for you but for a quality stay in a lovely location it’s hard to beat.

  • Stayed: June 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank OBM1635
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