KAYADAM CAVE HOTEL

KAYADAM CAVE HOTEL   KAYADAM CAVE TURKEY     KAYADAM CAVE CAPPADOCIA

KAYADAM CAVE HOTEL  Urgup, NEVSEHIR / TURKEY
The caves where now Kayadam Cave Hotel is built were bought by Attila Çiner (a geology professor at the University) and Rudy Cochez (a French teacher in French Embassy School in Ankara) in 1998. A major restoration using local handcraft and century old knowledge about troglodyte life was carried out during 2 years and the hotel was operational starting the summer of 2000.

Kayadam Cave Hotel is run by Kısmet Çiner, mother of the co-owner and originally from Istanbul who also fell in love with the area several years ago. She stays in Ürgüp between April and November and her home made breakfast on the terrace is one of the favourite of Kayadam guests. She will tell you about the region and the people and will make sure that you have an unforgettable vacation in Cappadocia.

Two charming ladies (Fatma & Fatma) who are born and raised in caves next door help Kısmet to serve her guests. Sacid who is finishing his studies in German literature is the handy man of the hotel and he probably will be the person to answer your mails and help you organise your stay in Cappadocia.

TOTAL AMOUNT OF GUEST ACCOMMODATION

In Kayadam hotel itself,

*three double-bedded rooms;

*two double-bedded rooms – with two separate beds;

*one triple-bedded room – with separates beds.

The rooms are spacious, dry, bright and come with central heating. The en-suite bathrooms are comfortable and well-equipped. All rooms face due west and open onto terraces offering superb panoramic views of Ürgüp area and fairy chimneys.

In our Villa next door…

In the ‘Villa Bacchus’, an extension to the Kayadam hotel, in the same street, there is 1 suite and 2 other cave rooms for up to six/eight people in total. We especially recommend this villa to large families and/or groups of friends who would like to experience a real cave house life. It is will be your home away from home…

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