A 25 minute drive from the Mediterranean Seaside town Kas, in Turkey, our beautiful renovated old stone farmhouse offers a magical, storybook experience to guests who enjoy complete seclusion & nothing but nature as far as the eye can see.
This house of comfortable size and charming features is completely isolated: no other houses in sight. It is surrounded by old almond orchards and pastures with a vast expanse of Mediterranean pine forest on the horizon. A ten minute hike into this forest takes you to a peak where you can see an extraordinary panorama of the sea. From the house itself, there is no sea view, but stunning natural views from every carefully placed window. The home is two-stories with a full bathroom and two bedrooms on the top floor, open plan kitchen/dining at the entrance, a large salon with a TV (English language channels) and DVD player. The kitchen is well-equipped and there is a WC on the ground floor as well. Laundry and dish-washing machines are on the ground floor.
Currently no phone line or internet, but we are working on connecting these, so ask for an update on this if interested.
The entire house is open to guests.
There is one room we use for personal storage that we ask be accessed only if absolutely necessary (electricity switchboard and spare light-bulbs are here if needed for example).
We do not interact with guests much beyond checking in, unless they need assistance.
We would not recommend this house for a wintertime stay. It is an old house, not well insulated, and from November to April, it gets quite cold up in Kabapinar.
If something minor is broken or damaged, we would ask that the guest kindly replace or repair the item if possible. If not possible, or for larger damages or breakages, please notify us immediately so that we can arrange for repairs or replacement.
We also ask that all trash (rubbish) be removed from the property daily (or whenever guests go into town) and especially on day of departure to help avoid attracting critters into the house. In the middle of wilderness, we have to make extra efforts to stay bug and critter-free.