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Villa Narin a delight: stunning private location. – Home 82548 Villa

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 9 sleeps
  •  min stay varies
VISITED BY TRIPADVISOR

Villa Narin a delight: stunning private location. – Home 82548

Excellent 5/5 Excellent – based on 20 reviews

  • Villa
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 9 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Villa / 4 bedrooms / 5 bathrooms / sleeps 9

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 2 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

A beautiful luxury detached villa, situated in a private cul-de-sac with no through traffic. Its tranquil and relaxing setting is south-facing with outstanding views from all four levels to Kalkan Bay, the harbour and town below. On one side of the villa is a terraced olive grove and to the rear rise magnificent mountains.

Built on four levels to a high specification and for the owner's personal use. This luxurious villa has been offered for rent and maintained to the highest level. It has the best of both worlds with top quality traditional Turkish materials, combined with modern architecture by a notable Ankara architect.

Outside, the private infinity pool combines with a jacuzzi doubling as a children's pool. There are numerous terraces for lounging and alfresco dining, with built-in barbecue on the pool terrace level. A large ottoman style pergola provides shaded and full sun relaxation on one of the entrance terrace. The roof terrace is linked to a separate kitchen

A beautiful luxury detached villa, situated in a private cul-de-sac with no through traffic. Its tranquil and relaxing setting is south-facing with outstanding views from all four levels to Kalkan Bay, the harbour and town below. On one side of the villa is a terraced olive grove and to the rear rise magnificent mountains.

Built on four levels to a high specification and for the owner's personal use. This luxurious villa has been offered for rent and maintained to the highest level. It has the best of both worlds with top quality traditional Turkish materials, combined with modern architecture by a notable Ankara architect.

Outside, the private infinity pool combines with a jacuzzi doubling as a children's pool. There are numerous terraces for lounging and alfresco dining, with built-in barbecue on the pool terrace level. A large ottoman style pergola provides shaded and full sun relaxation on one of the entrance terrace. The roof terrace is linked to a separate kitchen for extended dining and lounging. Wifi, telephone and satelitte connections are inclusively provided.

The Villa has local property management services and all care has been taken to ensure visitors are both welcomed and looked after.

Location description from owner

The Turkish Mediterranean Coast region

This region of Turkey has the most wonderful combination of ancient and modern, where east meets west. Its facilities and attractions created for tourism blend with the concentrated number of archaeological sites of ancient civilizations. Lycians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans are some of the great peoples which have controlled and left their mark on this and other parts of Turkey.The high pine-clad Taurus Mountains are the backdrop to a sparkling sea fringed by runs of sandy beach and irregular coastline of rocky headlands, islands and secluded coves. The green landscape, watered from the winter rains and flow from the mountains, has pine forests, olive and citrus groves and palm which mix with areas of farming and horticulture.The region, blessed with sunshine for 300 days of the year, is a paradise for sunbathing, swimming, and sports activities like windsurfing, water skiing, sailing, mountain climbing, rafting, golf and diving. The long holiday season that starts at the beginning of April and continues into November provides wide opportunities for a visit. Daytime temperatures vary from 20+ (Apr and Nov) to 35+ (July and Aug). Sea temperatures in high summer range up to 25. Your summer holiday is unlikely to be interrupted by rain.Such natural attractions have been a perfect base for the region and development of its wonderful and plentiful tourist facilities and services. Whatever mix you want in terms of a holiday, it is found here. Activities like yachting, watersports, paragliding, rafting, cycling, golfing and trekking abound and for the beach lovers, the choice is endless, ranging from the secluded to the boisterous, the small to the huge and deserted. For an interesting change in tempo, look around the large number of ancient sites, cities and remains along this coastal area. Most are easily accessible and make memorable photographs.Whatever is on your list, shopping is always well provided for, both day and night, and the famous colourful Turkish bazaars are the norm everywhere on market days. ?n the evenings, there are traditional Turkish shows and dancing and many relaxing waterfront bars and cafes. The variety and freshness of the food is exceptional and restaurants cater for everyones pocket and taste. There is so much to enjoy, so try a holiday here and you are likely to come back.

Kalkan

The historic town of Kalkan is one of the most beautiful spots on the Turquoise coast of Turkey and a wonderful resort for anyone who needs calm and relaxation. Originally a small fishing village and trading port, it was home to mixed Turkish Ottoman and Greek inhabitants. Its traditional layout and building styles have generally survived to give atmospheric, narrow, traffic-free streets sloping down to the small pretty harbour. Its locality has a healthy climate and low humidity, with sea breezes moderating the 30°-40° summer temperatures.The town centre has more than 100 eating venues, plus quaint bars and a couple of discotheque bars which, together with the evening shopping, combine to give a nightlife which is lively but not overpowering. The wealth of restaurants offer menus of high standard and reasonable pricing, with wide choices of traditional Turkish and international dishes, super fresh fish and other sea-foods. And take a visit to the nearby inland fish farms to enjoy a wonderful eating experience in their restaurants. There is an vibrant open market on Thursdays with clothes, fresh food, spice, jewellery, ceramic and leather stalls. Chemists, banks (with ATM), butchers, supermarkets and fishmongers are all in the central area. Naturally, for almost all visitors the beaches are of prime importance and for this the Kalkan district scores highly: Kalkan main town has several beach clubs plus a sheltered pebble beach with all equipment and nearby restaurants available. Over in the Kalamar Bay district there are further excellent beach clubs with all water sport activities at hand. Kaputas sandy cove is 12 minutes away and the sea colour here is a feature of so many promotional photographs for this region. Patara beach, about 20 min. by bus or car is famous for another reason - its an 18 km. long stretch of white sand, backed by sand-hills and has just one bar/restaurant as it is totally protected by law. Not surprising that the Sunday Times lists it as one of the worlds best beaches. There are quite a few tourism agencies in town which will give a rundown on all the boat trips and rentals and the many sports activities and places of interest in the area. Diving companies are set up in Kalkan harbour and there is a particularly good one in Kalamar Bay and all offer courses or accompanied dives. In the Kalamar Bay district there are also opportunities to dive, water-ski, jet ski and hire day boats for fishing or swimming stop-offs. Half an hour down the breathtaking coastal road is Kas, a bigger town with other offerings for shopping, boat trips, diving and paragliding. The huge and signposted coastal walk of the Lycian Way, with its extraordinary scenery, skirts around Kalkan and sections of this and many other local paths and tracks can be recommended. More than a few ancient ruins and cities, left by the Lycian civilization, are waiting for you to discover and explore around Kalkan. Patara, Xanthos and Lettoon are within half an hour and there are 10 others less than an hour away. Book a trip to the dramatic walk and wade in the cool waters of the Saklikent Gorge; a day trip here can include a tour of various nearby ancient city remains. The beautiful and famous Oludeniz beach and lagoon is about 45 minutes drive away near the bustling town of Fethiye, which has a great range of more extensive shopping, a lengthy harbour and bayside walk and a huge not-to-be-missed Bazaar every Tuesday. For the energetic, various river rafting pleasures are nearby and the even more adventurous can exhilarate in paragliding from the mountains above Fethiye, Oludeniz and Kas.

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Families

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

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: Super King Bed Sofa Bed
    Bedroom 2: Double Bed
    Bedroom 3: Double Bed
    Bedroom 4: King Bed
    Beds in other rooms: Single Bed
  • 1 Family bathroom, 2 En suites, 1 Shower room, 1 Toilet Only

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Air conditioning
  • Private outdoor pool (unheated)
  • Children's pool
  • Jacuzzi or hot tub
  • Private garden
  • Climbing frame
  • Trampoline
  • BBQ
  • Solarium or roof terrace
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Sea view
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Safe
  • Staffed property
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Telephone
  • 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.
Smoking
No smoking at this property
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About the owner

Lynne B
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated:
14 Sep 2016
Years listed:
7
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This Villa has 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and sleeps 9. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 24 Apr 2009. Located in Kalkan, it has 20 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £800 to £1550.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 14 Sep 2016.

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“Fantastic Holiday”

Reviewed 9 Oct 2015

My husband and myself visited Kalkan for our honeymoon. We were looking for privacy around the pool area but to stay near the town of Kalkan. Looking at the images of Villa Narin we were unsure of the privacy of the pool area so we decided to contact the owner of the villa. Lynne responded to us very quickly and provided us with more images, details and her reassurance that the villa suited our needs. Once booking the villa, Lynne took care of arranging our transfers to and from the airport which was extremely helpful and the service from the taxi company was very good. Upon our arrival we were greeted by Ender who was very nice, he took us around the villa and was at the other end of the phone anytime we needed him. The pictures of the villa online do not do it justice. We were amazed of how nice it was, inside and out. Very modern, had everything we could have possibly needed. The master bedroom is huge! With a lovely large on suite to go with it. We arrived at night time so we couldn't really see much of the town. Waking up the next morning, the views were beautiful. From every window in the villa is a spectacular view. The pool area was private as Lynne reassured us. Lovely locals, the town is a ten min walk away down steep hills, and the Thursday market was good to grab some bargains. We would highly recommend this villa, simply stunning and a memorable experience thanks so much to Lynne and Ender for all their help before, during and after our stay.

“You won't be disapointed !!!!!!!”

Reviewed 21 Sep 2015

This was my second visit to Kalkan. We had the most relaxing stay at Villa Narin. Lynne organised our transfers which were spot on. Emma organised booking our first evenings meal, which was excellent at the Olive Garden. The Villa was spacious, Luxurious and well equipped. Ender who looks after the Villa was on hand whenever we needed him. The Welcome information is great and we visited many restaurants on other guests experiences. The Taxis are great, and very cheap! Stay at villa Narin if you want peace and tranqulity. You will love the view....my friends and i spent mosyt of our time on a Lilo watching the boats sail in and out of the harbour. We hired a boat for the day from Farhi who Captains the Boat called CHILLOUT, on the harbour next to Muddy boat, Fahri was brilliant he caught fish and cooked them for us, he bought my friends a birthday cake and lunch and drinks were inclusive of our booking, nothing was to much trouble! You must try Rosemary restaurant on the Harbouur front there customer service & quality cusine is the best i had, however their are many lovely restaurants we have never had a bad meal in Kalkan

“Stunning, private villa close to the centre of the city”

Reviewed 17 Jun 2015

I stayed at Villa Narin for a week in early June with my sister and cousin. Before even having decided on this villa, I chose to contact Lynne, the owner of the villa, with some concerns I had as I was looking for a villa that was private, with a nice view and relatively close to the city centre. Lynne reassured me that Villa Narin was all of these things, and, upon arrival, we found that she was right. The villa is located on a hill showing beautiful views of Kalkan, the infinity pool provided beautiful views while we swam which is always a bonus, it was private enough for us to swim and sunbathe in peace without the possibility of others being able to see us and it was around a 15 minute walk/5 minute cab ride to the city centre. We did not rent a car, rather we chose to take cabs from the city (as the walk back on a steep hill looks daunting) and booked day trips to places such as Fethiye, Oludeniz, Saklikent Gorge etc which included minibuses to the area, with the help of Ender (the man in charge of taking care of the Villa, who is super helpful, if you need anything, you can ask him and he will be happy to help. He even brought us fresh Turkish bread because we had asked him where we could get it!) We asked Lynne to book taxis to and from Dalaman airport for our arrival, which was simple and easy, with comfortable cars for the long drives. There is nothing I would complain about the villa, we had a wonderful stay and wished we'd stayed longer!

“Great Villa with fantastic views.”

Reviewed 9 Sep 2013

We were two families with teenagers staying at Villa Narin and there was plenty of room for all. A lovely spacious villa. A steep climb to get to the villa but the views were fantastic and the privacy afforded were worth the climb.

“An amazing villa a real home from home”

Reviewed 23 Jun 2013

We had a really relaxing holiday at Villa Narin over our two week stay. The villa was extremely well equipped particularly the kitchen and incredibly spacious allowing you total privacy if you wanted it. The terraces on different levels give a great mix of both full sun and shaded areas at different times of day. The pool area was well maintained and cleaned on a daily basis. The first couple of days were spent exploring the area and local shops restaurants etc and we found the information and reviews kept at the villa very accurate and helpful. The locals were exceptionally friendly and the taxi service was very good. We did need to use the taxis when picking up shopping as the walk up the hill was rather challenging, and would prove particularly difficult for anyone with mobility problems (I would say this was the only downside to the location of the villa) Over all the stay was amazing and would recommend the villa, you have to see it to believe it!!

“In its entirety, purely wonderous.”

Reviewed 12 Jun 2013

Villa Narin is situated high above Kalkan Bay that gives amazing views of the town and its surrounding region. The villa itself though, exceded all our expectations, you couldn't want for anything. Our rooms were very spacious with balconies giving up scenery that simply took your breath away. A boat trip is a must-do day-out, taking you to parts of the bay otherwise not accessible by road. If hiring a car or scooter is not an option, then the local buses are an ideal alternative that help spread your wings and visit many nearby and further afield places of interest. Very friendly locals that made us welcome and we made many friends there. Everyday was an adventure and, hopefully, more to come.

“Fantastic villa, views..everything! Best holiday we have every been on!”

Reviewed 7 Jan 2013

In a nutshell: This was the most fantastic villa, with the most breathtaking views, in a wonderful area, which gave us (3 couples in their twenties) the best experience of our lives! We felt so sad to leave and were immediately working out when we could return. The villa is amazing value for money and is of a high standard - the infinity pool is unbeatable! The whole area of Kalkan is beautiful and the people are so lovely and welcoming, with a range of places to eat and drink (and dance!); we are hoping to return asap!

“superb accommodation ,wonderful location”

Reviewed 27 Jul 2012

A lovely villa with an unspoilt view over Kalkan bay.The villa is well equipped providing excellent accommodation.The pool provides a welcome escape from the heat as does the air conditioning when required.Kalkan is a great location and the selection of restaurants is excellent.If you prefer to self cater there are plenty of shops to cater for all tastes.Patara beach was a favourite but there are beach clubs nearby for those who prefer.We had a very enjoyable stay and look forward to returning in the near future

“Stunning views”

Reviewed 28 May 2012

My wife and I were very spoiled as there was only the two of us in this beautiful large villa.the first thing that hit us was the stunning views from all rooms and balconies as the villa is set high up in the hillside in a quiet cul de sac ( car advised which we really enjoyed as we were able to do lots of exploring ) The villa is very well equipped with everything you need - even CDs and board games, not that you will need them. We really enjoyed eating breakfast from the seated area by the front door, the kitchen is really well equipped but being a chef on holiday we did not tend to cook much but eat out at the very many excellent restaurants in Kalkan. The owner Lynne will supply you with a host of information including maps and directions from the airport if you are driving. We have only been back two days and are already planing our next trip back to Kalkan and would definitely recommend Villa Narin to anybody.

“Breathtaking panoramic views from the infinity pool and all balconys”

Reviewed 22 Sep 2011

It was my second time visiting Turkey and both the fantastic Villa Narin and town of Kalkan did not dissapoint. When we arrived at the villa, the views were unbeliveable. We spent most of our holiday in the pool looking out over the town of Kalkan. The villa has plenty of space and has been decorated to a very high standard. Even though we had planned to do a lot of sightseeing we actually spent most of our time at the villa relaxing by the pool because of the tranquil and peaceful enviroment. We used the built in BBQ some nights to cook some local lamb and fish which was fantastic. There is a local market every Thursday which is great for a bargain if you are willing to haggle with the locals. Also, this is the best place to buy all your fruit and veg as it is extremely cheap and very fresh. (I have never seen peaches so big!) I would also recommend visiting Saklikent Gorge for a good laugh rafting and a mud bath, Patara beach (a long sandy beach which is very popular) and Kaputas beach (a small quiet beach which is excellent for snorkelling). The town of Kalkan is also fantastic at night, there are hundreds of restaurants, the only problem is deciding which restaurant to visit! I would recommend 'Fez' as they did the most amazing lamb shank. There are also many quiet bars which are perfect to unwind after a lovley meal or a hard day of suntanning. Trio bar was by far our favourite and they did the best mojitos i have ever tasted. The food there is also fantastic, especially the steaks. We all had a fantastic time and we will undoutably returning to both Kalkan and Villa Narin in the very near future.

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