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Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Swimming Pool
  • Not suitable for children
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 10km

Villa Garden is a luxury 4 bedroom 4 bathroom villa with private swimming pool in the tranquil village of Uzumlu, near Fethiye, Turkey.

Set against the backdrop of the beautiful Taurus mountains, Villa Garden is finished to a very high standard, our aim being to guarantee you a truly memorable holiday experience and make you feel totally at home.

Ideally situated just 40 minutes from the recently modernized Dalaman airport, and just 10 minutes from Calis beach.

Villa Garden promises, a peaceful and traditional Turkish village location within easy reach of Fethiye with its old town, Hisaronu with its myriad of restaurants and the famous Olu Deniz with its stunning coastal scenery.

Master Bedroom with en-suite & balcony over private pool.

Bedroom 2 with single bed and balcony overlooking private pool.

Bedroom 3 single room with views over Taurus mountains.

Bedroom 4 with en-suite, double bed and large private balconies.

The delightful covered patio area which overlooks the private pool provides a delightful dining area to enjoy those 'alfresco' breakfasts and meals in comfortable shade.

The poolside area not only has 6 sunbeds for those days you decide to sunbathing and relaxing by the pool. Electric gated Private driveway with ample parking for two cars. - great for relaxing!

This property is really home from home but with the guaranteed sunshine.

Key Information:

: Large Flat Screen TV

: Air-Conditioning throughout.

: Kettle, Toaster,oven, Two large fridge\Freezers.

: Stereo System,DVD Player

: Washing Machine.

: Dishwasher.

: Oven & Microwave.

: Stone BBQ

Size: Sleeps up to 6, 4 bedrooms

Nearest beach: Calis, 11km

Access: Car not necessary

Nearest amenities: 2km

Family friendly? Suitable for children of all ages

Unsuitable for people with restricted mobility

Notes: No pets allowed

No smoking at this property

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Calis 10 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 5 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Dalaman 45 km
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General Air conditioning, Safe
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 2 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture 4 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The Turquoise Coast/Lycia region

Uzumlu is a stunning traditional all year round working village. The back drop of amazing pine forests, almond and citrus trees it really is a truly perfect location. Uzumlu either thou very traditional also meets modern. Self efficient with our Friday market selling organic locally grown fruit and vegetables. Own pharmacy, Doctors clinic and ambulance service. Ample local shops, supermarkets, butchers, local bakery and a taxi service.. Uzumlu also has it's very own hair dressers and barbers. You will want for nothing here. If your looking for nightlife Uzumlu has this to, Grape gardens is a wonder English style pub also serving food in the summer, Cadiander two, traditional with it's menu but often you can find entertainment their, Turkish folk nights. Kozalak bar and restaurant is a breathtaking location to just have a drink or sample local freshly cooked food daily, they also offer pick up from your villa.

Transport in Uzumlu is the our Dolmus (Bus) they run from the village center every half an hour to Fethiye or Calis beach.

Uzumlu really is unique, if your looking for a location to fulfill all your needs this is the place for you.

Uzumlu

Uzumlu Village near Fethiye, Turkey

Uzumlu is well worth exploring for the many glimpses of life in a traditional Turkish village. If you look into some of the open-fronted houses near the village centre, you can watch the weavers producing the local "Dastar" fabric, a speciality of Uzumlu.

Many of the houses have a loom and the women are happy to show you how the intricate patterns are produced. You are likely to be offered something to eat or drink, this is Turkish hospitality. Of course they would like you to purchase a souvenir of your visit, but there's no pressure to buy. Don't worry if your Turkish isn't up to discussing the finer points of weaving; 'Merhaba', a smile and sign language go a long way.

One of the highlights of the year in Uzumlu is the famous "Mushroom Festival" held every April. Although mushrooms (in fact the Morel, a local delicacy) do figure prominently in the proceedings, the festival is really an excuse to hold a 3-day folk festival, with everything from traditional music and folk dancing, to presentations on the local culture and history.

The many outdoor food stalls do a brisk trade serving stuffed pancakes, washed down with a choice of Morel soup or the local Uzumlu wine. Guided mushroom-hunting walks in the surrounding hills are also organised for those who want to search out their own supplies of the delicious and highly prized Morel!

You can be sure the milk is fresh! And you can be pretty certain it's organic too. . .

There are a number of good restaurants in Uzumlu, serving local specialities, and even the chance of some live music in the evening, played on the traditional Turkish stringed instrument, the "saz". Or if you have less time, pop in to the local snack bar for a 'pide', the Turkish pizza. Delicious and cheap!

Shopping couldn't be easier - there are several shops in the village where all sorts of fresh food and other supplies can be had, including the excellent locally baked bread. At the weekly market near the main square, you will be astonished at the vast choice of fresh fruit, vegetables and spices on display. And all from local farmers who never had to go organic - because they always have been!

The glorious setting of wooded slopes leading up to the high mountains surrounding the fertile valley give the impression of an immense green amphiteatre.

Peppers hung up to dry in the summer heat. Surprisingly, Turkish food is not particularly spicy - but the Turks will often eat the chillies as a side dish.

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Aytan A.

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Based in Turkey

Languages spoken
  • English
  • German