Akyaka superb 4 bed house in a stunning location
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Villa / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Villa / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 6
This superb, 4 bed house is different in that it is very much home from home with everything you need to make your holiday totally relaxing - comfy beds, dishwasher, full cooker with oven, BBQ, washing machine. It is NOT an apartment so you can come away feelling totally revitalised.
The location is quiet in the charming resort of Akyaka. The house is in a gorgeous location with stunning views and close to an abundance of eateries and riverside restaurants.
The house has stunning views over the nature reserve and is only 15 minutes walk from the town and beach, and 5 minutes walk to the beautiful riverside restaurants. You can also enjoy the private garden with it's marble BBQ, where you can dine in peace and tranquillity overlooking a backdrop of the Sedar mountains and olive trees.
This property would be ideal for families and friends and although it doesn't have it's own pool, it is directly next door to the Kaya Hotel, where are guests can swim if they buy a drink.
It is also walking distance from a gorgeous gym and hamam where you can indulge in a pampering Turkish bath.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Local Beach 500 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Dalaman Airport 45 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (heated)|
|General||Air conditioning, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (heated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The property is set out on 3 floors and very comfortably sleeps 6 guests. The rooms have been decorated with great attention to detail with comfy beds and pillows to ensure the guests enjoy a good nights sleep. There is also an additional sofa bed for those who need it.
The lounge includes 8 seater sofa plus 1 comfy chair with patio windows opening out to terrace dining area , open fireplace, A/C unit, and TV with DVD player.
To prepare food you will find a cooker, an oven, a microwave, a fridge, a freezer, a kettle, a toaster. You will also find a dish washer, a washing machine, an iron and ironing board. The owner has also provided cutlery, crockery, glassware, cooking utensils.
All rooms (apart from the basement) are fitted with air-conditioning, which can also be used for winter heating together with an open fire place. The open fire can be used to create a comfortable atmosphere.
|Further details outdoors|
The house has a beautiful white marble garden with lemon trees and bougenvillia. There is a large sunshade for alfresco dining in the garden and the balcony has stunning views over the nature reserve. The house is in a very quiet area. It has a south facing garden, a south facing patio area, a south facing balcony, and panoramic views. The garden has sun loungers and a large dining table and marble BBQ.
Accessibility: There are a few steps leading to the house entrance but there is slope to enable cases/buggies etc. to be carried in and out easily.
We suggest that guests bring their own Ipod. Speakers are provided.
Cot and highchair can be provided upon request.
The Turkish Aegean Coast region
Akyaka is on the gulf of Gokova between Marmaris and Mugla. It was voted one of the top 10 world destinations due to it’s awe inspiring mountains, crystal clear river and turquoise sea. It is also one of the worlds best centres for kite boarding. Akyaka is a great base for visiting other areas. Sidar Island is only a short boat trip away, with it’s ancient city of Kedrai, the temple of Apollon, the remains of a theatre and necropolis. On market days you can visit the traditional Turkish town of Mugla, where you can step back in time. Mugla also offers luxurious Turkish baths. Buses go to Marmaris on a daily basis, either in the day or in the evening for nightlife and shopping. . 1 hr away is the delightful town of Dalyan, with historical tombs carved into the cliff, turtle beach, river cruises and mud/thermal baths.
Akyaka remains one of the favourite destinations on the Turkish coast with its wide sandy beach and constant cooling breeze within walking distance of the house. The beach is ideal for children and the beach side restaurants provide the ideal lunch venue. Beds and sun umbrellas are plentiful. Snorkelling enthusiasts will enjoy the rocky coastline. At the far end of the beach, pedalos and canoes can be hired. Wind-surfing lessons are also available. Akyaka is on of Turkey’s top destinations for Kite boarding and the gentle breeze along the gulf is perfect for the sport. There is also a local Hamam, where you can be pampered, only 5 minutes walk away and a fully kitted gym with exercise classes to suit all ages.
Beyond the beach is the forest park where you will be surrounded by the smell of wood drifting up from the Turkish BBQ's. The crystal clear river enters the sea and at the mouth are moored 'Kofte boats' where you can buy delicious kofte or fried fish sandwiches very cheaply. The river is rich in wildlife and is ideal for bird watching. River trips are available and include lunch.
Also boat trips go from the harbour to the many beautiful bays of the Gokova Gulf. Visit the famous Cleopatra's Beach and the ancient island city of Kedrai. If the wind is right you will be accompanied back by a school of dolphins. The shingle beach of Cinar is just a five minute taxi ride away from Akyaka.
Akyaka is situated at the end of the beautiful Bay of Gokova, tucked in between the sea and the Sakara Tepe mountains. The village has numerous food shops and a village bakery. A permanent fruit and vegetable market ensures you have the best choice of locally grown fruit. Akyaka is a nature reserve, scenically stunning and unspoilt but with an abundance of eateries.
There is a comprehensive tour programme available from the village. Captain's Tour Operators also offer trips to green lake at Dalyan or Akbuk Bay to practice your water skiing or have fun on a banana boat. Akyaka is an ideal holiday destination, great for both couples and families. It remains predominately a Turkish resort, and thus retains its delightful atmosphere. Most holiday makers return year after year.
Even though Akyaka is a small village, the sea is perfect for such activities as windsurfing, kayaking and kite boarding. The magnificent mountains either side of the village host several areas for paragliding, mountain biking, and it's well worth exploring on foot as wildlife is plentiful in the spring.
The house is 5 minutes walk from the most idyllic riverside restaurants where you can dine and watch otters at the same time. The river is lit at night and crystal clear with a backdrop of reeds. It's also about 15 minutes walk from the beach and the local town. The seafront is packed with gorgeous restaurants. You can dine watching the sea lapping against the sand. Some are beautifully illuminated with gentle music and fine wines. The town has very strict architectural rights which makes Akyaka different from most other Turkish resorts. All the houses are protected against modern style development. It is a beautiful combination of river, mountains, sea and pine forest together with plenty of eateries.
There are so many wonderful things to see and do and all within walking distance of your own private house. After a day at the beach you can walk home and make tea/listen to music/watch a DVD or just enjoy the peace and tranquillity of sitting out in the garden with music and wine.
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25 Jun 2014
"Perfect base for a Turkish getaway"
We had a lovely, relaxing family holiday in Akayaka. Booking and arrival were both very efficient and information before arrival and at the property was useful. The house was great and perfectly pl… More
29 Oct 2013
"Everything we expected and more!"
We enjoyed twelve nights here at the beginning of September, with our adult children. The accommodation was perfect for our needs with two large double bedrooms and two reasonably sized single rooms… More
11 Jun 2013
"Great holiday in a lovely location"
We've just come back from a week in this lovely house in Akyaka and had a fabulous holiday. As far as the house goes one of the best, and most unusual, features is just how very well equipped it is - particularly the kitchen! It really is a fully-equipped kitchen which did mean that on two occasions during the week, after particularly strenuous days, we were able to buy food from the supermarket (well-stocked and just 5 mins up the road) and cook in - eating (and drinking well-chilled wine) on the lovely balcony with views across the valley. As far as Akyaka itself goes we managed to cram a lot of activities into a week - bike hire (very, very reasonable rates and a short pedal inland brought us to 'real' Turkish villages and countryside); a boat trip; car hire to Dalyan (mud baths and a ruined city); the short walk to the beach at Cinar, and of course just lazing on Akyaka's beach! Akyaka is a particularly well-maintained resort (I saw litter pickers on the beach - not seen that often in Turkey!), with the usual selection of restaurants just a short stagger from the house!
6 Jun 2013
We stayed here for a week at the end of May. We arrived late at night, but the transfers had all been organised by the owner, who were ready and waiting for us. When we got to the house, there was a s… More
24 Jun 2012
"We'll be back"
We spent a week at this villa in Akayaka. It was our first visit and it didn't disappoint. The house is well appointed with everything you should need - well it was for us! Transfers were organised by the owner as was a welcome pack of basic food items. The villa is a short walk from the river and beach, and the shops aren't far away. The house was as described and the beds are comfy! We can't wait to go back.
22 Jun 2012
Beautiful place.nice people, good food and excellent accomadation.
27 Jul 2011
"A LITTLE GEM"
We spent a couple of weeks in Sandy's lovely house in Akyaka The house is very pretty, has all the things you would ever need for a great holiday and has great views of the mountains and forest from… More
16 Jul 2011
"excellent villa and good location"
This villa was convieniently located with all mod cons you would require for an excellent and comfortable holiday.… More
15 Jul 2011
"High quality accommodation"
The house is very well appointed and has obviously been built to a very high standard, with high quality fittings to match. It has everything you could possibly need, including plenty of seating for … More