Elkep Evi Cave House Pension
Guesthouse | Eski Turban Oteli Arkasi N 26, Urgup Cappadocia, Urgup, Turkey 50400
6 out of 6 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (25/05/2008)
Hugo Oliveira thinks…
"Friendliness and helpfulness of the staff.Beautiful rooms. Superb.Quitness of the rooms.Vue from the gardens where we take breakfast."Read all Elkep Evi Cave House Pension reviews
- Credit cards accepted
- No curfew
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Luggage Room
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About Elkep Evi Cave House Pension
All rooms are en suite and include daily Turkish breakfast at Hilltop, in the garden or salon. Most rooms include a private terrace with panoramic views of Cappadocia overlooking the town of Urgup and the adjacent Goreme National Park.
All rooms are en suite, with wood floors, central heating and direct dial telephone. Hotel services include daily breakfast and housekeeping.
Free extras:CD-player,electric waterboiler with different teas, 2 x 0.5l of mineral water and literature in different languages.
Laundry service, fax and internet access are available.
Enjoy your daily breakfast and an unparalleled view of Cappadocia from the garden at Hilltop. The traditional Turkish breakfast includes home-made gozleme (a savoury Turkish pastry), olives, cheese, fresh bread, an assortment of jams, freshly squeezed orange juice and tea or coffee.
Dinner can be served in the garden upon request.
Elkep Evi is located in the town of Urgup on the edge of Goreme National Park in the central Anatolian tableland known as Cappadocia.
Goreme National Park and the rock sites of Cappadocia were inscribed on the list of World Heritage Sites as a mixed property of both cultural and natural significance with the UNESCO World Heritage Center in 1985