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Villa Shereen – Home 6570323 Villa

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 6 sleeps
  • 7 nights min stay

Villa Shereen – Home 6570323

  • Villa
  • 3 bedrooms
  • sleeps 6
  • 7 nights min stay

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Villa / 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.5 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from manager

Description

SHEREEN is a luxury 3 bedroom holiday villa, with 2 bathrooms, beautiful sea views, two swimming pools and close to Gumusluk Bay, Bodrum Peninsula.

Shereen is situated facing the azure waters of the Aegean Sea and, surrounded by olive trees on the gentle hillside, the villa sits amongst, mature and colourful gardens which were designed to blend with the historic area. In the private grounds of this upmarket, peaceful 'village' there is even an amphitheatre where you can sit and gaze at the beauty of the natural surroundings. Shereen indeed is situated in a location of natural beauty. With it's close proximity to the sea (0.5km) and uninterrupted sea views, the villa is a perfect spot for a relaxing holiday and for exploring all the traditional towns of the Bodrum Peninsula.

Shereen and her neighboring villas were built in 2007 by respected Turkish builders with the 'village' now renowned for it's high quality and class.

Inside the villa

SHEREEN is a luxury 3 bedroom holiday villa, with 2 bathrooms, beautiful sea views, two swimming pools and close to Gumusluk Bay, Bodrum Peninsula.

Shereen is situated facing the azure waters of the Aegean Sea and, surrounded by olive trees on the gentle hillside, the villa sits amongst, mature and colourful gardens which were designed to blend with the historic area. In the private grounds of this upmarket, peaceful 'village' there is even an amphitheatre where you can sit and gaze at the beauty of the natural surroundings. Shereen indeed is situated in a location of natural beauty. With it's close proximity to the sea (0.5km) and uninterrupted sea views, the villa is a perfect spot for a relaxing holiday and for exploring all the traditional towns of the Bodrum Peninsula.

Shereen and her neighboring villas were built in 2007 by respected Turkish builders with the 'village' now renowned for it's high quality and class.

Inside the villa has been furnished in cool contemporary style, the lounge has cream, beige and brown furniture and soft furnishings, a wall mounted TV, coffee table, sofas, dining table and chairs, lamps, ornaments etc - a real welcoming home from home. The ground floor is spacious and open plan style with the lounge area sea facing and the well equipped modern kitchen at the other end of this room. Wall and base cupboards provide crockery, cutlery, glass ware, cooking pots, pans and utensils. There is a dishwasher, oven, hob, kettle, microwave, fridge freezer and washing machine.

Upstairs there are 3 beautifully furnished bedrooms:-

BEDROOM 1 - double bed, wardrobes (plenty of them), bedside cabinets, dressing table, mirror and an en-suite shower room - sea views.

BEDROOM 2 - has twin beds, bedside table, dressing table and mirror and floor to ceiling mirror wardrobes.

BEDROOM 3 - has twin beds, bedside table, dressing table and mirror and floor to ceiling sliding door wardrobes.

BATHROOMS

The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room whereas bedrooms 2 & 3 share the family bathroom with bath and overhead shower.

All bedrooms have A/C units.

OUTSIDE

Shereen has mature, colourful private gardens surrounding the villa. At ground floor there is a sea facing dining terrace where you can BBQ and watch the sun setting in the Aegean. A short walk takes you to TWO shared swimming pools where you will find sun loungers, umbrellas and shady spots under olive trees. One of the pools has table tennis and dart board. Also in the grounds is a stone amphitheatre surrounded by olive trees and colourful shrubs.

An old donkey track takes you to the seaside bay of Gumusluk with its restaurants lining the bay. On he way down to the beach area you pass through quaint little shops and stalls selling local artwork, souvenirs, hand crafted itesms etc. A wade out to RABBIT ISLAND at low tide from the bay is a must in the cool, ankle deep water. From the island you can see the remains of the old Roman road under the shallow water..

Yalikavak is 15 mins drive in one direction and in the other direction, 10/15 mins by road takes you to the equally impressive town of Turgutreis - both towns have smart Marinas.

Location description from manager

The Turkish Aegean Coast region

The Turkish Aegean Coast region

The Bodrum Peninsula - Aegean coast

On the Bodrum Peninsula buildings are not permitted to be built more than 2 stories high, and there are no buildings higher than 3 stories in the whole Peninsula. This tends to make the area look particularly attractive. Most of the buildings are white washed cubes, similar to those in the Greek Islands. This is because this part of Turkey used to belong to Greece and some of the Greek Islands used to belong to Turkey. As you can imagine, there is a lot of history around the area.

History

Archaeological excavations have established that human habitation in the Yalikavak area began in around 2000BC, and there are ruins and artefacts from the Carian, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman eras. The historic sites such as Sandima, Pasanda (Geri?), Kandiba and Termil (Dirmil/Gökçebel) attract visitors from all over the world. Yalikavak is famous for the numerous windmills found in the vicinity. The winds, that until recently turned the vanes of these working windmills, now fill the sails of boats and windsurfs. Another “typical” feature found in abundance here are domed water cisterns which, in the past, were used in times of drought and are now being adapted for artistic and cultural uses.

Ferry trips to the Greek island of Kos can be made from Bodrum

Further afield you can visit Ephesus, the largest archaeological site in the world, the stunning pools at Pamukkale, the royal rock tombs at Dalyan, and the temple of Apollo at Didim.


Gumusluk

GUMUSLUK BAY

Whether you are having your holiday in one of the resorts on Bodrum Peninsula or in Gumusluk, reward yourself with a day at Gumusluk Bay.

Gumusluk is a small village at the tip of the Bodrum Peninsula about 30 minutes drive from Bodrum itself. This peaceful traffic free village seems a world away from the hustle and bustle of modern life, away from the well-trodden tourist track in central Bodrum. The whitewashed houses are covered with colorful flowers.

Head for the two narrow sandy beaches and take your swimming gear, each curling around its own bay and separated by a beautiful rounded islet. At Gumusluk harbour visitors can explore Rabbit Island walking through history along an ancient causeway, enjoying the sun, refreshing yourself in the crystal clear sea are only some examples of what Gumusluk Bay offers visitors.

Once you've had enough of sunbathing and swimming in the calm, clear waters, sip a local beer or chilled wine at a friendly fish restaurant or cafe along the waterfront, for which the village is famous and where you can sometimes choose your own fish straight from the fisherman's crate or wade through the shallows to the offshore Rabbit Island.

Gumusluk village, is about 25 km from Bodrum and 1km from Gumusluk bay. In the village you will find the post office and local shops including hardware stores, pharmacies, butchers, plumbers, electricians, and carpenters that line the two sides of the street.

Weekly market day is Wednesday in Gumusluk.

YALIKAVAK

18 km away from Bodrum centre on the north western tip of the Bodrum Peninsula, has grown in size over recent years, but remains still very much a place where the locals welcome holiday makers with open arms. The permanent inhabitants of Yalikavak number around 6,800 people.

Yalikavak is becoming ever more popular as an alternative resort to Bodrum. The small harbour is surrounded by restaurants and bars, and while there is the occasional disco bar, the general atmosphere is quiet, unhurried and relaxed, yet further along the shoreline is a new sophisticated Marina.

Approaching Yalikavak from Bodrum you cannot help but notice the stunning panoramic view of Yalikavak Bay. This fertile coastal region is ideal for sailing and all water sports and attracts many foreign yachts to the Marina and old harbour that once sheltered mainly fishing boats.

Fishing & Seafood

Yalikavak still supports a thriving fishing industry and the restaurants around the picturesque harbour display a wide selection of fresh fish every day. The town is known for its excellent seafood restaurants - try Sait, you won't be disappointed.

Restaurants

Yalikavak has a huge selection of restaurants to suit all tastes.

Shopping & Market

There are many shops in the traffic free centre, selling local wares and tourist items.

Every Thursday there is a colourful weekly market split in 2 halves. Clothes, textiles and traditional Turkish wares on one side, and the other with fruit, vegetables, great choices of olives, herbs and spices.

Marina

Just a few minutes walk along the shoreline from the centre of Yalikvak is the new Marina. The Marina is home to many large yachts and is visited by yachts from all over the world in summer. It has stylish shops and several restaurants and cafes, plus a seaside 2,500 seater Amphitheatre used for open air concerts and fashion shows during the summer months.

Beaches

The main beach in Yalikavak is long and narrow and lined with a few restaurants. It is easy to sit back and not worry where your next drink or meal will come from! Yalikavak's beach is never busy and you won't be sandwhiched in amongst sun loungers. Away from the harbour end of town, the quieter the beach becomes. Yal?kavak is always said to be a little cooler in the summer than other parts of the region due to the gentle offshore breezes. Whereas Bodrum is hot, in all respects, in summer.

Yalikavak is renowned for its superb sunsets and unspoilt shoreline. Its sparkling clean sea is one of the few remaining abodes of the endangered “Monachus Monachus” Mediterranean seals and therefore a protected area. In 2002 Yalikavak Bay was awarded the "Blue Flag" for its clean waters.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 1 Double Bed, 4 Single Beds, 1 Cot available
  • 1 Family bathroom, 1 En suite

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Air conditioning
  • Shared outdoor pool (unheated)
  • Children's pool
  • Mountain Views
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Patio
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Sea view
  • Internet access
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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This owner does not use online booking. Please contact them and they will be able to offer you a secure way to pay for your stay. Never pay for your holiday rental by wire transfer (such as Western Union or Moneygram) as this type of payment is untraceable.
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About the manager

Peninsula Villas
Calendar updated::
24 Apr 2017
Years listed:
8
Based in:
United Kingdom
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Languages spoken: English


This Villa has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sleeps 6. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 13 May 2015. Located in Bodrum, it has 1 review with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £725 to £950.

The Manager has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 24 Apr 2017.

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“Immaculate villa and development with fantastic views”

Reviewed 17 Sep 2015

We had an excellent stay at Villa Shereen in August 2015. If you're looking for a very quiet and very nicely maintained development, this villa should definitely be on your list. The villa was meticulously clean and had everything you would need for your stay, but of course, the most impressive thing was the fantastic view! The villa was also well separated from neighbouring properties, as are all the villas on the development, so offered a good deal of privacy. Our experience of booking through Peninsula Villa Care was also very positive. Annie Burnett was extremely helpful throughout our booking process, helping us to choose a villa that exactly suited our needs and our local contact, Hurdem, was always available when required. A great holiday and we would recommend Villa Shereen without hesitation.

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