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Cottage / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8
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Cottage / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8
Price includes transfers from and to Dalaman airport, cleaning and linen service.
Booking price includes:
• Fully catered complementary BBQ evening (2 weeks booking only)
• In all our accommodation we provide starter pack
consisting of: Water, Tea bags, Coffee, Sugar, UHT milk, Salt and pepper,
Vegetable/sunflower, Olive oil, Vinegar, Mixed herbs, Washing up liquid and sponge,
Bathroom tissue, Dishwasher tablets, Toilet rolls and cleaning fluids. We also offer a shopping service so that you can arrive at the Cottage with all the supplies you need to keep you going for a couple of days and are able to have a cold beer or a glass of wine on arrival. Just email us your shopping list.
Traditional and cosy in rural setting, sleeps up to 9 people with 3 air conditioned bedrooms, 1 large bathroom and 2 shower rooms. The fully fitted kitchen looks over the front terrace and has dishwasher, oven, hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge freezer and all kitchen utensils.
The large dining/living area has 2 open fireplaces, CD player, flat screen TV and WiFi Internet access and leads beautifully through to the conservatory at the back of the cottage.
The garden has private pool and shower, traditional outside oven, BBQ, seating, dining, hammock and sun bathing areas.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||2.5 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Dalaman 130 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Boat available, Sea view|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Fax machine, Table tennis, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (3), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Access||Secure parking, Wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The Cottage set in traditional unspoiled Turkish Village was originally built approximately 200 years ago and was renovated and extended in 2009. With breath taking sea views across the Greek Islands and surrounded by historical country side you will experience the sights, sounds and smells of pine forest, olive, fig, lemon, orange and pomegranate trees; 1000s of wild flowers, plants, herbs and shrubs used by villages to make salads, teas and as seasoning for cooking.
Price per week for cottage rental, not per person. Our accommodation is booked as 'self catering', however we give you complimentary catering service, first and last night with additional catering on request. Restrictions to the menu may apply at certain times of the year, see information pack for further details.
Our self catering accommodation has washing machine and cleaning equipment provided, alternatively £100 per week charge for cleaning and laundry services is payable on arrival.
A £300 refundable deposit is required for damages.
The Turkish Aegean Coast region
Large areas of the Turkish countryside are very unspoilt, this includes Sogut and the surrounding villages. The mass off Pine forested mountains which you will see along the road to Sogut, cover much of the Aegean and Mediterranean regions, with olive groves, citrus orchards and fields of vegetables, tobacco and cotton where the land is flatter.
The country’s best sandy beaches are dotted along the Mediterranean and Aegean coasts, roughly from Alanya to Ayvalik, however many of the unspolit beaches can be found along the Sogut, Saranda, Bozburun and Selmiye areas. The coastline between Marmaris and Ayvalik has a series of deep bays and peninsulars. The area is extremely beautiful and well-suited for sailing. The Aegean coast has some good stretches of beach and is suitable for fishing, swimming, snorkeling and sailing.
Sogut and Bozburun
The hillside village of Sogut setting is just stunning, avast circular expanse of silky-smooth sea is enclosed by a wooded landmass that curls around it like an arm. Beyond this lagoon – and easily reachable by hired boat – are 16 small islands, all are uninhabited, utterly peaceful and heavy with the scent of oregano (please ask about private boat hire for visits).
Sogut is a naturally beautiful landscape that is deep in history. If you turn right at the end of the road there are miles of undeveloped and unspoiled countryside that is also of great scientific and archaeological interest. Visitors may walk or ride through this area. You will find a gate at the entrance where wild donkeys and horses roam the landscape of ancient ruins from Turkeys rich and fascinating history.
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20 Sep 2014
"A place and chill, relax, revitalise and make forever friends!"
We stayed at the Cottage for a month during the summer holidays of 2014. The cottage was very spacious and in a beautiful location with unbelieving views of the Greek coastline. Although we were away from the main tourist resorts we still had access to them which was just as well when one of our children broke her brace and needed orthodontic treatment and another needed medical treatment after coming down with an ear infection!
The locals were wonderful and my favourite time of day was the walk to the village where I would be given a Turkish lesson by one of the shop owners! Everyone was very welcoming and the shop keepers went out of their way to accommodate for our every need, delivering things to the cottage at very short notice. There were many fantastic walk opportunities which suited me completely, however on the last week of the holidays we did hire a car a move further afield.
It was a very relaxing holiday and the memories will stay with us for many years to come. I am already missing the cottage and its tranquilities despite being back home in the UK for less than a month! Please note the cottage has 4 bedrooms and not 3 as advertised on the website! What a bonus!
16 Sep 2014
"A hidden bit of heaven!"
Traveled with husband, 2 teenagers and a 10 yr old and stayed for 3 weeks. Lovely quirky villa. Exceptional hosts. Lovely rural area. The cottage has a lovely veranda which to sit and enjoy the views from. We lived there. The garden area is vast and has lots of loungers to enjoy in shaded areas too. Nikki & Serdar couldn't have been more helpful, arranging car hire, restaurant bookings answering all our questions to the best of their ability or finding out the answers if not. I celebrated my birthday there and arranged to have our BBQ then , which they provide as a welcome. The food they cooked was fantastic and was more than we could eat and the leftovers lasted for another day. Nikki even baked a cake for me! Sometimes its just the little things. We also booked them to cook for us a BBQ which we had with another family living in one of the other villas. Absolutely delicious! There is wifi which pleased the teens and husband immensely and the phone signal is good too. When we were there you could eat the almonds off the trees and the grapes were ripe for eating too. The 10 yr old had a ball.
If you are wanting a secluded holiday, this is for you. Its not the quietest though as the lady next door has a couple of cows, the donkeys and the cockerels make bit of noise too, but I loved it. The sounds of the country. You do have to drive to the beaches (which are all stones so do take swimming shoes with you) as they are too far to walk to. Phoenix Beach is a heritage site due to all the pottery you can see whilst snorkeling and is a good 20 minute drive away but it will take your breath away. Its beautifully secluded and you may be the only people there all day. To use the loungers you will need to buy drinks/food. The menu is fine and the owners most friendly At Octopus Beach there is a marina and it gets quite busy so booking is really essential (Nikki will do this for you). They can send a car up to collect you and take you home again as its too far to walk. I had my birthday party there and the food and service was great. Not the cheapest but the food was fantastic. The village not far but its all down hill to get there so you obviously have to walk all up hill to get back so driving in high summer would be recommended. The shop owners are all helpful and friendly.
My husband is an avid cyclist so took his road bike. He was out most days doing up to 40K in the searing heat. The terrain is hilly, be warned! If you want to know his routes, please ask
Bozburun is lovely with lots of restaurants and little shops and supermarkets to do a big shop. We also went on a day boat trip and did lots of snorkeling. Selmiye is beautiful too. There are lots of little bays with nice restaurants. We traveled about lots going to Datcha and the area too and doing free swimming in the little bays that are near it.
One of the best restaurant we went to was Manzara, 5 mins drive from the villa. The views are breathtaking. The lamb melts in your mouth but you have to order it and book your table the day before because its slow cooked to order. We hired their boat for the day, lunch included and went to Loryma ruins and did lots of snorkeling enroute and back again. Take trainers to walk round the ruins. If you carry on down the hill from Manzara you will come to a little bay and the restaurant we went to most was Deniz Yildizi . We ate right at the waters edge every time and watched the spectacular sunsets. The food and wine are great and extremely cheap. It gets very busy in the summer. The owner gave me a jar of delicious honey on our last night. The best restaurant of our holiday.
I took the kids to Marmaris for the day to the water park. They loved it - I didnt. Warning.. get there very early as the shade is limited and to get a lounger, otherwise you will sit in the searing heat on the "grass".. You might also want to take ear plugs as the music is pumping and continuously awful!! They do not allow food or drink to be brought in and will search your bag!! The restaurant and drinks are more expensive than anywhere else Marmaris was horrible and we were glad to get out.
This is a hidden gem of an area of Turkey which is not over run with tourists. The views are spectacular, the sunsets breathtaking and the people extremely friendly. I could not recommend the cottage and the other villas that Nikki and Serdar own highly enough. I loved my holiday here and will definitely be coming back.
11 Jun 2014
Sogut is one hour and million miles from Marmaris, a lovely village overlooking a landlocked bay.The Cottage is an ideal rustic retreat which has been created by Serdar and Niki. If you are looking for more modern contemporary accommodation their other properties ,Sunset Villa and The Hideaway are for you, but the cottage is built from Serdar's soul. The bedrooms are romantic, the plumbing modern, the garden idiosyncratic and captivating, the pool delightful, and your hosts ,Niki and Serdar couldn't be more helpful or welcoming, even Pasha their BIG dog is a delight.
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Calendar last updated:12 Jun 2015
Based in Turkey
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