WHAT THE GUIDE BOOKS SAY...
Travel & Hospitality Awards
Global Recognition 2019
Number 1 recommendation in Sirince.
i-escape Annual Guest Awards Winner
This place charmed us to bits. Why? Firstly, the houses: a trio of 19th century cottages restored with lashings of love and personality by Anglo-Turkish owners Charlotte and Omer. You'll find reclaimed marble basins and claw-footed tubs, vast sleigh beds and snuggly sleeping lofts, cool Chinese lanterns and wrought iron chandeliers, strings of drying red peppers in the kitchens and clutches of fresh pink oleander by the bedside. These are cosy homes with character and history.
The Daily Mail, July 2012
The ancient wonder, Ephesus, is only six miles away from these quirky hilltop cottages in the town of Sirince. Built in 19th century, they feature claw-footed baths and chandeliers - epic. Safe swimming can be found at Pamucak beach, nine miles from home. And in Sirince, you can ride horses - or tractors.
The Independent, May 2009
For a cosy holiday home with lots of character, book into one of the Terrace Houses, three 19th-century cottages in the hill town of Sirince, six miles from Ephesus. The little buildings have been carefully renovated with reclaimed marble basins, wooden sleigh beds and lovely lighting, including Chinese lanterns and wrought-iron chandeliers.
Turkey Guide Dorling Kindersley
Travel & Leisure, Turkish edition
Entering this Ephesus cottage was an experience I will never forget. Stone walls, wooden ceilings and an overall effect which couldnt be matched by the work of the best architects which we see in top quality interior design magazines.