COVID-19 Update

The impact of COVID-19 on travel is unprecedented. Like you, we’re monitoring the situation. Rest assured, we’re here to help with questions about your plans. Learn more here: About the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19)

Villas in Eastern Anatolia and Apartments - Holiday Lettings - Holiday Rentals Eastern Anatolia

Updating

age 0-16
5 Results

Relevance

Price low to high

Price high to low

Reviews

5 Holiday homes

Holiday villa with swimming pool in Uzumlu

Uzumlu villa

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 6

“Excellent - the perfect secluded getaway!” Really enjoyable stay at Yayla. We wanted somewhere quiet and undisturbed and this worked perfectly. You could cope without a car but hiring one will give you additional options. We can't comment on local beaches, day trips, etc as we enjoyed the villa so much that we rarely left other than for the Fethiye market, meals out and shopping. Will certainly look to return to Yayla in the future.

12

from £92 / night

£642 / week

Akyaka holiday villa rental

Akyaka villa

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 5

from £103 / night

£722 / week

Akyaka holiday apartment rental

Akyaka apartment

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 7

Pricing unknown

Holiday apartment in Van

Van apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

from £26 / night

£180 / week

Ski b&b to rent in Erzurum

Erzurum b&b

3 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 50

from £25 / night

£172 / week

×

Top Destination reviews

Yayla (In Turkish this means Summer escape to the mountains from the city)
Beautiful villa in beautiful surroundings.

Villa Yayla made our holiday amazing! The villa was spacious, comfortable and spotless with all the amenities we could have needed. A really peaceful place to unwind and relax. It was wonderful being able to get up and jump straight in a pool and have such an amazing view over the local countryside. The Kosh was a real highlight, being able to have dinner and drinks there in the evenings felt really special. The area is calm and the local town traditional with a friendly family run restaurant with delicious food and plenty of local shops to pick up bits from. There is also a fun walk up to the high point above the villa, with more amazing views and some ancient ruins to explore. Less local activities included several beaches, boat trips and a big market to wander around (There is also a local market in the village on certain days). Overall my stay at Yayla was one of my absolute favourite holidays, I cannot wait to come back and would recommend to anyone.see more

Also consider