Be sure that yoru reşervation is ok, it's a family business. A real historic "konak". The garden is excellent for reading.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
Hunnap Han is one of the most peaceful and charming hotels we ever stayed in. It is situated in a restored farmhouse, in an old village. The room we had was very nice and the public areas in the hotel are pleasant and relaxing. The staff was extremely friendly, attentive and helpful to all our needs.
We highly recommend hunnap han and will certainly visit it again.
The Hunnaphan is a very charming small hotel located in a village where you will feel transported back in time. We spent two nights there in late May. We had a good sized room, which was clean and had a view out over the hills and, in the far distance, the sea. The bathroom was small but adequate. The Hotel itself (like everything in town) is like something out of another century. It's an old Ottoman mansion with a very pleasant and relaixng outdoor area where meals are served. (There is also a cozy indoor space with fireplace, etc.) It's very atmospheric and romantic and the meals and the service are quite good. T
he staff is very helpful. Few people spoke much English, but we were assisted by a very amiable and capable young man who had been an exchange student in the US. He offered us a good deal of help and advice, including joining us for a few minutes after our dinner with a map and some suggestions for touring the area. We couldn't have asked for more. (He had a fine knowledge of the better Turkish wines as well and we enjoyed some of the finest wine of our month long trip.) Although the others didn't seem to have much English, everyone was very helpful and we had no problems at all. In fact, I'd say that the lack of much English added to the charm of the place.
The afternoon we arrived, we went for a walk in town and it was amazing. The houses are all immaculate examples of the late nineteenth (perhaps earlier?) or early twentieth century town. However, it did seem oddly deserted. It seems obvious that the town is being preserved by order of the Turkish government which explains it's timeless beauty. I can only guess that the emptiness may be that it really hasn't caught on yet, it was too early in the season, or that the recession is biting? I really don't know. Still, if you enjoy calm and romantic solitude, it's fine the way it is.
We stayed there as a stopping off point during our tour of the ancient coastal sites. Assos is nearby and is worth the short trip. Between the hotel and Assos are some quite attractive beaches. Some are public but most seem connected to small sea food restaurants. Coming back from Assos we stopped at one, had an excellent lunch prepared by a charming couple and then had a swim at their beach -- all for a very reasonable price. I should say that Adatepe, Assos and the beaches between all seem very Turkish -- there weren't many foreign tourists although the area does seem popular with people from Istanbul seeking a rural retreat. So, there's not much excitement for the tourist here. But, if you're after a somewhat more laid back experience, you'll enjoy the area.
There is also hiking and, if we had had more time, we would have liked to explore more of the region. As it was, we only had time for the short walk (about a mile) to the Zeus Altar, an enigmatic old site that you reach after a fine walk with good views of the village and some fine sea views when you reach the end.
Overall a very pleasant experience for those seeking a rest from the cares of the world or just a break from a sometimes too hectic tour of Turkey.
Kazdağları is one of the most interesting place I have ever been,very clean weather,full of bird songs,not very crowded,
When ı stayed in this hotel only I have been disturbed by our own voices,
despite it's a at the middle of the mountain,very well organised,clean and friendly staff,
food ,wine and the garden is worth to see,,