Beach Villa in Turkey Club Konak I, Alanya
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Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 10
170 sq.m., 4 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 2 balconies, roof terrace 60 sq.m, flat screen SAT TV, BBQ, swimming pool and winter garden. All rooms are air conditioned.
This stand alone luxury villa is located in a private club Konak I at the old fishermen's village Konakli near Alanya. The villa has 60 sq. m. combined elegant living room equipped with satellite flatscreen TV, DVD, airconditioner and attached to the kitchen and the dining room. The functional kitchen is equipped with a microwave, small electrical oven, dishwasher, washing machine, fresh juice maker, kettle, grill, toaster, coffee machine, gas/electro cooking plates and a large refrigerator with a freezer. The 4 bedrooms (3 king-size beds and 1 double room) are comfortable, nicely furnished and air conditioned. There are 2 bathrooms equipped with douche cabins, marbled double sink, toilet. 2 of the bedrooms have balconies. The 2 house terraces (roof terrace and house terrace) are furnished for dining outside in the evenings or having a private BBQ on the roof terrace with beautiful views of the surrounding hills.
Club Konak has 32 houses, situated around a club swimming pool (kids pool is separate) in a park with lots of tropical exotic plants, blossoming flowers and palm trees. There are various possibilities for sport activities in the direct neighborhood like tennis, football and volleyball.
The club is approximately 300 meters away from the sandy beach where lots of sport water activities such as diving, jet skis, sailing, surfing and banana-boat-riding are offered. For those who have special interest in the exclusive golf sport, there is a golf-club with 9- 18- 27 holes course about 30 mins drive away.
The villa is located in a developed tourist area just besides the public park with playgrounds for kids, a discotheque and several excellent restaurants at your choice. Supermarket, clothing and souvenir shops, jewel stores, car rental services, tourist offices and a bus station are in the direct vicinity.
The Taurus mountain is 20mins away to spend a day at the caves or hiking to escape the heat in town. The river Dim Cay offers wonderful riverside relaxation and cool breeze. Fishing trouts or aqua park activities are common at the river restaurants.
Our housekeepers will take care of the cleaning after your stay and assist you during your stay. They will be happy to help you with anything you'd need during your stay in order to ensure you are having an enjoyable and pleasant time at our holiday home.
We could assist you with airport transfers or car rental services at very competitive prices.
Alanya 10mins away, Antalya airport 1h15mins away.
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Beach 300 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||10 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Antalya International Airport 120 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, CD player, Telephone, Table tennis, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
The Turkish Mediterranean Coast region
The narrow coastal plains of the Mediterranean region, separated from Anatolia by the Taurus Mountains, which reach elevations of 2,000 to 2,750 meters, are cultivated intensively. Fertile soils and a warm climate make the Mediterranean coast ideal for growing citrus fruits, grapes, figs, bananas, various vegetables, barley, wheat, and, in irrigated areas, rice and cotton.
The Cukur Ova in the east is a plain that is the most developed agricultural area of the Mediterranean region. It is a significant cotton-growing center and also supports a major cotton-based textile industry. In general, summers are hot and dry in the Mediterranean region. The weather in combination with the region's numerous sandy beaches has encouraged the development of a tourist industry.
Towards the east, the extensive plains around Adana, Turkey's fourth largest city, consist largely of reclaimed flood lands. In general, rivers have not cut valleys to the sea in the western part of the region. Historically, movement inland from the western Mediterranean coast was difficult. East of Adana, much of the coastal plain has limestone features such as collapsed caverns and sinkholes.
Between Adana and Antalya, the Taurus Mountains rise sharply from the coast to high elevations. Other than Adana, Antalya, and Mersin, the Mediterranean coast has few major cities, although it has numerous farming villages.
Alanya, a city and tourist place located at the turkish Mediterranean Sea riviera. The city has a population of around 150,000 but during the summer that number will increase a lot due all the tourists. The easiest way to get to Alanya is by air and the airport is in Antalya, which is two hours by car away (about 75 miles).
Many tourists (especially Scandinavian, Dutch, British, German & Russian people) go there every summer and the reasons are many: the prices, the weather & and beaches, the friendly people and of course the lovely food.
The large popular resort center of Alanya lies at one end of a rocky promontory which juts out into the Mediterranean between two long sandy beaches. A 13th century Seljuk fortress-one of the most magnificent sights on the coast-crowns the headland. About 150 towers punctuate the walls of the well- preserved, double walled citadel. Within the outer walls are ruins of mosques, a caravanserai and a covered bazaar; in the inner walls are a ruined cistern and a Byzantine church. Although Alanya's history dates back to Roman times, it rose to prominence under the Seljuks, when in 1220, Alaeddin Keykubat made it his winter residence and naval base. The surviving buildings reflect the importance of the city in Seljuk times. Besides the impressive citadel tourists should explore the unique dockyards and the octagonal Kizil Kule (Red Tower).
Alanya is a beautiful holiday center with numerous fish restaurants, cafes and bars. The cafes that ring the harbor have become popular gathering places for tourists. From the town's lovely park, the road runs along the coast to the harbor, lined with countless boutiques that tempt tourists with handicrafts, leather, clothes, jewelry, handbags and the amusing painted gourds, a symbol of the area. In August, when Alanya hosts a colorful International Folklore Festival the atmosphere is charged with vitality and gaiety.
If you enjoy exploring you should visit the Damlatas Cave to see the eerie misshapen rock formations. Nearby is the Archaeology and Ethnography Museum, (Open weekdays except Monday). A boat can take you to the three sea grottoes: Fosforlu Magara with its phosphorescent rocks, the Kizlar Magarasi, where pirates imprisoned their female captives, and the Asiklar Magarasi.
When the intense sun overpowers you, take a day trip to the Dim Cayi Valley, 15 km east of Alanya, where you can relax in the shade of this scenic valley and listen to the stream rushing by. Avsallar (incekum), about 25 km from Alanya to the west, is a holiday resort center with fine sandy beaches. If you travel east from Alanya towards Gazipasa you will discover and no doubt linger on the exceptional beaches. 30 km east of Alanya, Aytap, the historical harbor city Lotape, is a great excursion site, with Roman ruins, secluded beaches and bays.
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9 Sep 2014
"A Terrible Disappointment"
This place could have been nice but it was terribly maintained and the caretaker was just plain absent. Here's how it went:1) We paid a cleaning fee in advance, yet the place was filthy. Big glob… More
First of all, please accept our apologies for the trouble you have had during your stay at our holiday home. To our surprise, in your review you have listed more issues than the ones you have reported to us on the phone.
We have been renting the villa for 12 years now and this is the first time that a customer had such a disappointment with our rental.
Let us highlight that the issues you have experienced would have been resolved quickly or non existing, if it wasn't the Seker Bayrami (Sugar Feast) 26-30 July 2014 when it was an official holiday and all companies were closed for business. That explains the biggest issue you've had during your stay, namely no Internet connection. The Turkish law has changed and the club connection had to be swapped to a private contract connection and unfortunately lack of Internet connectivity co-insided with your stay.
With regards to the cleaning issues, cleaning ladies were sent to the house immediately when issue was reported, yet you've sent them back.
You were offered not to pay for the water and electricity you've used during your stay (and you haven't!) as a compensation for the issues we weren't able to solve, again, not due to the fact that we are managing our property remotely, but due to the fact that it was a 4 day official holiday in Turkey.
To our property managers credit, he did everything he could do taking into account he couldn't get any services from external companies (i.e. Internet connection, AirCos maintenance). Another point is, that the previous tenants did not report ANY of the issues you have reported. Due to the situation that has occured, we have requested our property manager to execute regular monthly checks on our property and all equipment.
One last comment with regard to the price per your stay at the villa. Clearly, a 4 bedroom villa is too big for 4 people, yet it has been your choice to rent it. Our usual holiday renters are 2 families with 8-10 people.
As a final note, we have had many happy returning customers for over 12 years of renting our holiday villa and hopefully this will continue for many years to come!
Silvia and Peter Matern
25 Jun 2014
"Great location and accommodations"
Beautiful and ample house with marble floors, top of the line furniture and appliances, located in a private club. The place has great amenities such as charming community gardens, areas to relax or g… More
Thank you for your kind words! Hope to welcome you back as guests again.
Silvia & Peter Matern
13 May 2014
"Excellent stay, recommending!"
I was invited to spend 2 weeks with my sister, her husband and our moms back in September 2012 at this villa. Excellent place, it is a private club, with a huge pool and a gorgeous tropical garden.
It is located right next to the community park, quite nice for a walk in the evenings. There is an aqua park with turkish hammam across the street. We were getting fresh bread and breakfast items from the small grocery store just outside the club gate.
The property was surrounded by a fence, there were a number of shops and restaurants for a nice walk and dining in the evenings.
We went to the local market in the village of Konakli (some 2km away) to buy fresh fruit, vegetables and meat, we did that a couple of times and had excellent evenings on the terrace with drinks, BBQ and beautiful view.
This is a family/children friendly place. The house is spacious and comfortable, everyone of us had his own bedroom. The beach isn't far, some 5mins walk, but our old ladies preferred to stay at the pool. We also went to Dim Cai (river with lots of vegetation and shade), great place to escape the heat during the day. Alanya isn't far for a day trip it's a beautiful old town, very nice beach was the Kleopatra beach. Also one evening we had dinner at the Panorama restaurant above the Red Tower. Magnificent view over Alanya!
Rent-a-car is recommended except you'd prefer to stay at the property and the very nearby. Definitely recommended, great value for money.
Thank you for your stay and your nice words. We are glad you have enjoyed our holiday villa and the surroundings. Hope to have you back as a guest.
Silvia and Peter
13 May 2014
"Great Private Villa in vicinity Alanya"
I spent a wonderful week at this superb home. The surroundings are beautiful and a very well maintained set of homes nestled in a small village just north of Alanya. The pool was perfect for both chil… More
Thank you for your stay and your review of our villa.
Take care and all the best to you and family.
Silvia and Peter
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