Akyaka holiday house rental with private pool, beach/lake nearby and balcony/terrace and air con

Excellent 4.5/5

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House / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 4 Home 124492

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House / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.3 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Ask owner if suitable for children
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Peaceful location, ideal for those who want a good night's sleep. 8 to 10 minutes walk - mostly under shade - to the beach. Shops and restaurants 3 minutes walk. Very pretty, old Turkish complex with an exceptionally large pool. A few English houses on complex but mostly Turkish who are very friendly. You will feel that you are experiencing Turkey.

The house is light and airy and the middle one of three. It is on three floors including roof and ground floor terraces and bedroom balconies. Air conditioning in bedrooms, fans ground floor. Uncluttered so does not feel like someone's house. Sparcely furnished, clean. Can cook on gas hob & terrace BBQ but why eat in when the restaurants are so cheap? All rooms have balconies. Big ground floor terrace and roof terrace with lovely views & great for star gazing. Typical older Turkish building standards with steep marble stairs and low (approx. 31") parapets to first floor balconies and roof terrace. Please check with owner over suitability for children and older, less mobile adults.

Fronts on to an irregularly used rural street. Backs on to the complex but not directly facing pool. Very peaceful. The pool is large and never busy. Great for swimming but no loungers around pool. Open for use from 15th June to 15th September. Quiet location so perfect for light sleepers.

Gently shelving local beach 8 to 10 minutes shady walk away. Nearest shops 3 minutes walk. Old Turkish complex with big trees, flowers and cobbled streets. The resort is busy in high season but very peaceful in May, June and September. This is a great place to chill out.

Walking along the river to the beach is an enjoyable experience and for those interested in nature, a walk into the conservation area (marshland) is recommended. A nature tour is integrated into the boat trips down the river.

Akyaka is the ideal chill out holiday. Brilliant for instantly getting rid of stress as so serene and quiet. Caters mostly for the Turks and retains a village atmosphere. Prices are a third of the main tourist resorts. No karaoke bars here but enough restaurants and shops to serve your needs. There are only a limited number of English holiday makers - ideal for those who want to get away from it all and absorb the Turkish culture. However, almost all the restaurants and shops are English speaking. The resort is comfortably busy in July & August as it is popular with Turkish holiday makers.

Akyaka lies at the base of mountains and thus creating a cooling breeze. The large river that runs through it to the sea is attractive and lined with superb fish restaurants which are locally renowned. The beach is lined with restaurants and you can spend the day on your sun lounger being looked after by the waiters!

The resort is family orientated and really safe for children. The beach is gently shelved and it takes a while to get out of your depth. However, for those who want a good swim - walk to the wooded parkland and swim from the headland directly into deep clear blue waters. The Turkish water is really warm and wonderful for the keen swimmer.

We recommend the local boat trips and gullet cruises (approx £12 for a day's cruise including good lunch) - to amphitheatre & Byzantine city ruins on nearby island & swimming stops in warm clear water. Organised trips are available to the turtle beach and mudbaths at Dalyan; safari trip into the hinterland; kayaking; white water rafting; turkish baths.

Akayka has a visiting market, but a trip to the market in Mugla is highly recommended. You can also take the tractor to the market in the neighbouring village, Gokova.

Local bus services to Marmaris and Mugla - about £2 return. Marmaris is a very busy tourist resort and if you avoid the hotels and head straight for the old port, it is worth a visit. Have a meal overlooking the beautiful bay, walk past all the boats, visit the castle, explore the little alleyways of the orginal village and shop to your heart's content in the bazaar and bijoux shops. Recommend going in the evening as very hot in the day.

Mugla is a university town and away from the tourists. Definetly worth visiting particulary to see the older parts of the town and the thursday market.

The property is not suitable for non-English speaking guests as the owner needs to communicate with them

Size Sleeps up to 4, 3 bedrooms
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace
Nearest beach Just 10 minutes walk 300 m
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Dalaman 30 km
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Sea view
Pool Private outdoor pool (unheated), Shared outdoor pool (unheated)
General Air conditioning
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Fridge, Washing machine
Furniture Double beds (3), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 1
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private outdoor pool (unheated), Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Large attractive complex pool never busy - filled 15 June to 15 September.

House is around the corner from the pool and fronts on to a rural street. Very quiet, good night's sleep assured and good beds. Fantastic view of mountains, marshland and a glimpse of the sea from top floor terrace.

The house is the middle of three. Friendly Turkish neighbours.

Airconditioning in two bedrooms, electric fans in all other rooms.

This is an old, traditional, uncluttered house and is suitable for those who want to use it for as a base for their holiday.

There is one shower with toilet and a separate toilet on the ground floor.

The roof terrace views are stunning and the turkish neighbours give your holiday an authentic feel.

With beach 8 to10 minutes walk, shops & restaurants 3 minutes walk away and a very helpful English speaking agent, its location is ideal.

Further details outdoors

The house does not front on to the pool which makes it very quiet for the adults!

The complex is shady with mature trees and flowers.

The 8 minute walk to the beach goes through a woodland so is mostly shady which is important!

There is street parking outside the front door.

People tend not to sit around the pool as there is no bar nor loungers

My management agent who speaks English fluently is on hand for help, advice and emergencies.

The Turkish Aegean Coast region

Akyaka is a real Turkish resort although it is now attracting some English visitors. English is spoken in most shops and eating out is in Turkish prices - up to half the prices of some of the popular resorts.

It is very pretty and relaxing set against a dramatic backdrop of mountains with a large river running through it which creates a nice cooling breeze.

Marmaris and the inland town of Mugla are both 30 minute bus rides away. It is very popular with the rich Turks. It is also half the price of some of the other more popular resorts!!!


Gullet and boat trips (approx £10 for a full day inc. good lunch) go to Cleopatra's island where there is an amphitheatre and the remains of a Byzantine civilisation. Great day out for swimming from the boats in clear, warm water. Kite surfing, kayaking & canoeing.

The fresh fish restaurants are sought after by the Turks and are famous in the region.

Marmaris is worth a visit for its shopping - you can also go deep sea diving there (30 minutes bus)

Mugla, an inland town, gives you an insight into the real Turkey. (30 minutes bus)

Akyaka - nature walks, kite boarding, kayaking, windsurfing, beach front restaurants, a few hippy type shops.

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1 Oct 2012


"Batteries fully recharged!"

Just what the doctor ordered. Loved the space and size of the rooms, especially the top floor master bedroom. Well-equipped kitchen for those few occasions when we did cook. Adequate bathroom/toilet facilities and nice to have a wet room whose drainage works efficiently! Great to have the various balconies, and the roof terrace became our main living space – what spectacular views across the plain and to the mountains! On occasion, we lost each other in the house. Air conditioning in two of the bedrooms and the fans elsewhere were a godsend!! And we had the pool largely to ourselves the few times we used it. Very friendly neighbours with whom we exchanged pigeon Turkish and English, as well as Turkish Delight and pistachios! The lower village has a good selection of restaurants and bars (Mev's and the Anchor being our favourites) and, while English was largely spoken in all, our phrasebook did come in useful on several occasions. We avoided the main beach since we were there during the Turkish holiday season and you couldn't see sand for sun loungers. Instead we headed over the bridge and round to the left towards the wind surfing beach. Lots of small sandy spots to tuck yourself away (but beware low flyng kites!). And definitely go on a boat trip. We went out twice on the Kleopatra which is one of the smaller, quieter boats and the captain does his best to avoid the more crowded swimming spots. Beautiful scenery, good food and great value. All in all, a very relaxing location and comfortable accomodation.

Thank you for your comprehensive review of my house which described it so well. I am pleased that you thoroughly explored the resort and shall try the kitesurfing beach myself. I am always anxious that my guests are happy with my house so I am very grateful indeed for this very positive feedback. I do hope that you will want to stay there again! Very best wishes, Sarah.

25 Sep 2012


"Nice house, superb value"

We found this property whilst searching for accommodation for a kitesurfing holiday. We were glad we booked it as the owner was most helpful, arranging airport transfers for us and providing lots of information on the area. The house is in a quiet area with friendly neighbours. It has good sized rooms with large master bedroom with a roof terrace which we could see the kite beach from. Akyaka centre is only a short walk away and has lots of nice restaurants which we found extremely good value. You can walk to the kite beach or take a water taxi provided by the kite schools. Would recommend and we will certainly visit again.

Thank you very much indeed for your feedback. As Akyaka is a renowned kite surfing centre, it is fittinh to have a kite surfing guest and to hear that you found the house to be superb value as well as meeting your needs. Thank you for taking the time to review my house.

9 Sep 2012


"Lovely, peaceful location, well-appointed, bright and airy house."

We recently stayed in this house in Akyaka. The house has 3 double bedrooms and there were only the two of us so we had plenty of space. You can always find shade on at least one of the balconies which are off each room at either side of the house. The roof terrace from the top room is very large and has great views across the village, but too hot to sit up there during the day (unless there were to be a large umbrella provided), but perfect for a late night enjoying drinks, lying on the loungers and star gazing! The house is situated in a very quiet location with great neighbours and only a short walk away to shops, restaurants, beach and the river. The communal pool is nearly always empty, so you can expect to have it to yourselves if you choose to swim there. All in all, we loved Akyaka. It is a lively, busy little town, (we were there over August Bank Holiday), with mainly Turkish tourists and very few English. The river and restaurants are picturesque, the people friendly and the food great! Go on some of the local boat trips as you get the chance to swim in some beautiful bays. Would definitely recommend this house, but you do need to be quite active as some of the streets to get to and from the village are quite steep. Sarah, the owner of the house could not have been more helpful, and provided lots of useful information before our holiday, so we were well prepared when we arrived.

Thank you for your wonderful feedback on my house and your comments on my helpfulness - I am very flattered, thank you. I had forgotten to mention on the website that the pool is nearly always empty which is a definite plus! Star gazing from the roof terrace at night is, as you say, stunning. I do hope that you will want to stay again next year and thanks for taking the time to do this review.

8 Apr 2012


"Great value - everything we wanted"

We had a wonderful honeymoon in Akyaka and enjoyed staying in the villa. It was perfect for what we wanted: a short walk to the wonderful fish restaurants and bars, close to the beach and access to a pool (which was quiet ALL the time). The villa is basic, simply furnished but very comfortable, clean and airy. As we ate out every day and spent our time exploring and enjoying the sun, it didn’t matter that the villa wasn’t stocked up with household appliances and TV/DVDs etc - Great value. A special mention about the agents (a delightful couple) - extremely helpful and informative. We would be happy to stay there again. Akyaka itself is a pleasant little town with a range of good restaurants and not overrun with tourists ! There was particularly good coffee bar serving small meals – lots of cushions and low couches - loved it! J & I found Akyaka a great base to travel from – we took a scuba diving course in Marmaris, a few local boat trips and explored the many little secluded beaches along the coast.

I really appreciate the trouble you took to do a review on my holiday house. It is useful to other guests as it painted an accurate picture of the house. Since your stay, I have put in further air-conditioning so two bedrooms have now got air-conditioning, the third has fans. I am so glad that you enjoyed your stay.

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