Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
The villa benefits from lovely views of the nearby mountains, Hisaronu valley and the surrounding forest, yet is just a 12 minute walk from the centre of Hisarönü. The villa overlooks its own mature private garden and swimming pool. The garden has a stone BBQ near the poolside. There is air-conditioning throughout the villa.
5 minutes by bus (these go every 5 minutes during the season) you will find Ölüdeniz with its famous Belcekiz Beach and the Blue Lagoon.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Oludeniz 4 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Dalaman 60 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Safe, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
This partly stone built traditionally styled property has 3 bedrooms, 1 family bathroom, 1 family shower room (ground floor) and is an ideal family getaway.
The villa is 150 sq m over 2 floors; the ground floor comprises of Kitchen, lounge, terrace that serves as dining room in the summer season.
3 bedrooms. Master double bedroom has a balcony overlooking the pool and garden, generous fitted wardrobes and a colonial style mosquito net over the bed. Bedroom 2 again a double has a private balcony to the side of the property, fitted cupboards and wardrobes and a colonial style mosquito net over the bed. Bedroom 3 is a twin room with views over the pool and garden, and as with the other bedrooms comes with fitted wardrobes and colonial style mosquito net. The first floor comes equipped with a family bathroom, with a screened shower over the bath.
The villa has a fully equipped kitchen with oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave, and washing machine. The usual toaster, kettle etc are also included. The lounge area ample seating and has a large open fireplace for those cosy late autumn evenings by the fire. The lounge is also equipped with a TV with satellite system, surround sound system, and both a DVD and CD player with an assortment of discs for your use.
The villa has ample room inside in the dining area for the 6 seater dining table if you are holidaying early/late in the year, and for the summer season, the dining table is placed outside on the generous terrace overlooking the pool and garden. On the terrace you will also find a cushioned can 3 piece seating set with coffee table for you to escape the sun and enjoy the views within reach of this you will also find a beer fridge for your use.
The villa has solar hot water supply as well as a back-up electric water heater.
|Further details outdoors|
Off road parking is available. There are 3 villas that share a drive way and each villa has ample parking area.
The mature stone walled and gated gardens contain a swimming pool (oval in shape and approx 7m x 3.5m) and both shallow and deep areas. Near to both the terrace and the pool you will find a stone built BBQ for your use. Sun loungers, parasols and coffee tables are provided for your use as is a hammock.
All entrances to the garden are gated and secure for your child. There is also a gate from the terrace to the pool so that you child cannot enter the garden or pool from the house without your knowing.
The villa is a 12 minute walk from a lively village centre where you can find restaurants, bars and cafes to while away your time. For children you will find a trampolining centre, inflatable slides etc and a go-kart track suitable for both children and adults.
Internet access - for those of you that are technology dependent - Wifi connection is available at local bars (normally for free).
Linen and towels are provided, a weekly cleaning and linen change service for you is available at additional cost. Additional services are available on request.
The villa is booked 16.00 hrs- 12.00- so please dont forget to take accaunt of your flight times when booking
The Turquoise Coast/Lycia region
The Turquoise coast situated between the Aegean and Mediterranean areas in the South West corner of Turkey. Hisaronu is a lively resort 50 minutes from Dalaman airport, 4km from The Blue Lagoon at Oludeniz and 10 km from the bustling harbour town of Fethiye.
Local places of interest include, Saklikent Gorge, Pamukkale, Lycian Tombs, Fethiye Fish Market, Dalyan delta, Ghost village at Kaya Koy and of course the Blue Lagoon at Oludeniz.
A lively resort that has a varied nightlife and a quiet day time feel. There are facilities here to change currency, bank ATM’s, pharmacies and an emergency medical clinic. There are 2 supermarkets in the village centre and a weekly market (Mondays). Hisaronu also has a children's funfair and go-karting track open throughout the season.
All types of cuisine is available from local Turkish fare to the good old British breakfast. The village has a small shopping centre, a nightclub and bars are open until late. There is a bus service to Fethiye every 5 minutes and to Kaya (Ghost village) every 30 minutes.
The surrounding area offers a ruggedly beautiful landscape, ideal for holidaymakers keen on walking, and a coast filled with secluded bays and coves accessed through winding forest paths. Being set at high altitude the village also has the advantage of being cooler and less humid than the coast, a pleasant refuge to retreat to after a day in the summer sun.
Fethiye is 8km (10 minutes by bus) and has an outstanding and busy marina. You can see a fortress on the hill overlooking the city which was built by Knights of Rhodes. Fethiye is known for its rock tombs carved into the faces of the cliffs by the Lycians. These are elaborately carved and remarkable. One of them is the tomb of Amnytas dating from the 4th century BC. Other historical places in the city are several sarcophagi, theatre and the Fethiye tower.
Oludeniz is situated in a valley surrounded by pine covered mountains on three sides and facing the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The Beach is a mixture of pebbles and fine shingle/sand. Oludeniz is in a conservation area so you won't find high rise Hotels, so it keeps it's natural beauty. The Lagoon end of the beach is a National Park Area and costs a minimal fee (about 50p) to enter, it is probably the most photographed beach in Turkey. Oludeniz bay harboured the Roman galleys of Pompey which were there to eject pirates from Gemiler. There are numerous activities on the beach ie:-water skiing, snorkelling, scuba diving, para sailing, banana boat, pedalo's, canoes in fact something for everyone. You will find there is a good number of bars and restaurants along the front of Oludeniz and in the various roads leading from the beach. Here you can have any food you desire, from a kebab to a three course meal. In the evening the bars offer a variety of different music and entertainment. Oludeniz has also become something of a Mecca for Paragliding, and enthusiasts come from all over the world to take part in the sport. Towards the end of the season, usually around October time there is a big Paragliding competition (Airgames) which is worth seeing as there are numerous paragliders in the air at the one time. It is possible for anyone to take a Tandem flight with an experienced pilot from the top of Babadag mountain, landing on the beach at Oludeniz, an experience not to be missed.
Butterfly Valley has waterfalls flowing across it where thousands of butterflies, exhibiting tremendous shades of colours, fly amongst the pine forest bordering the beach and is only accessible by boat from Oludeniz or as part of a daily trip.
This place is a uniquely beautiful cove with its azure sea and fine sandy beach, on the Fethiye to Mugla highway at a distance of 17 kms away. A car or jeep is required. You all drive past this beach on your way to Hisaronu and Oludeniz but not many of visit. The hilltops are covered with red pines, eucalyptus tress and cyprus acacias. The cove derives its name from the period where tar was boiled in large cauldrons under the shadow of the trees. Another feature of this cove is the camping site for holiday makers (mainly Turkish) to set up their tents. From the month of May to the end of October. From the pathway along the shoreline, crossing over the hill, the Kizlar cove is reached again covered with pine forests on three sides, these coves are more peaceful and quiet than the ones in Oludeniz - DONT MISS IT.
In the same style of Katranci this is another beautiful cove and is approx 23 km from Hisaronu. A jeep or car is required. Again on the Fethiye to Mugla highway, you pass this on route to Hisaronu from Dalaman and once again miss out on a fantastic beach, secluded and no tourists other than turkish ones. The cove is once again unique, it is covered with perfumed storax trees (liquid amber). It is almost impossible to see the sky due to the density of the trees. It is another ideal place for camping in tents under the stars and once again we would advise you to pay a visit and get lost in the real Turkey.
This cove is located about one kilometer to the east of Belcegiz (Olu beach) and has an impressive natural beauty. It is also the most popular camping area in Fethiye. The beach whilst small shingle is stunning and the water has so many shades of blue you cannot count them. Once you have reached the end of the road at Oludeniz you will need to get a taxi or car to take you left (NOT RIGHT TO THE LAGOON) approx 10 minutes later you will arrive at Kidrak. Very easy to get to and not crowded whatever time of the year you go - but don’t tell anybody about it or it will not remain that way for long.
Ephesus is available to visit as part of a 2 day trip including Pamukkale. Ancient Ephesus was a great trading city and a centre for the cult of Cybele, the Anatolian fertility goddess. Under the influence of the Ionians, Cybele became Artemis, the virgin goddess of the hunt and the moon, and a fabulous temple was built in her honour. When the Romans took over, Artemis became Diana and Ephesus became the Roman provincial capital.
Of Turkey's hundreds of ancient cities and classical ruins, Ephesus is the grandest and best preserved. Indeed, it's the spunkiest classical city on the Mediterranean and the ideal place to get a feel for what life was like in Roman times.
In 356 BC the Temple of Cybele/Artemis was destroyed in a fire set by Herostratus, who claimed to have done it to get his 15 minutes of fame, proving that modern society has no monopoly on a perverted sense of celebrity. The Ephesians planned a grand new temple which, when finished, was recognised as one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Pamukkale, 19 km (12 miles) north of Denizli, is Turkey's foremost mineral-bath spa because of its natural beauty: hot calcium-laden waters spring from the earth and cascade over a cliff. As they cool they form dramatic travertines of hard, brilliantly white calcium that form pools.
Pamukkale (Cotton Fortress) has been a spa since the Romans built the spa city of Hierapolis around a sacred warm-water spring. The Sacred Pool is still there, littered with marble columns from the Roman Temple of Apollo. You can swim in it for a fee.