Set in mature gardens with a large pool, the cottage has a rustic feel with thick stone walls and high wooden ceilings. It's within easy walk to the authentic village of Kaya with its historical ruins as well as local restaurants and café houses.
The cottage sleeps four with use of a large pool and BBQ. Great views across the fields to the stone village and easy access to some great beaches nearby. Mature gardens with plenty of shade in the summer....a little oasis. The other cottage (Fig Cottage) sleeps 6 and can be rented together.... making space for 10 people.
The cottages are set in large gardens with a good size pool, lots of sunbathing space and shade. Well equipped kitchen with washing machine, microwave, satellite TV, DVD and Wifi. All rooms have AC and there is a wood burning stove for cooler months.
Interaction with guests
We are based on site in another stone cottage at the other end of the garden and are happy to answer queries and point you in the right direction for the best restaurants, walks and beaches.
Other things to note
The well photographed Blue Lagoon beach is only 15 mins drive away and there are many historical sites in the area.
No smoking inside the cottage please.
This is a quiet rural area which suits people who come to see the real side of Turkey and appreciate good walks, food and the nature.
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After travelling extensively for many years I settled in Turkey when I met my husband Burcin, 3 children later here I am in my dream location, in the Kaya valley.
We had been looking to buy land in Kaya for ages and then by chance we were offered this plot of land. We jumped at the opportunity as it had great views of the old village, some well established fig and pomegranate trees and is within easy walking distance to the village centre. It had a bit of a secret garden feel to it. The cottages are well secluded from each other, covered in Virginia creeper and ivy.
The Fig Garden is in such a great position, very quiet but at the same time within easy walking distance to the centre of the village. It has great views across the fields to the old ruins and is an oasis of green and shade. The gardens are well established and certainly keep me busy. I have planted many fruit trees, apricot, peach, cherry, apple, pear, orange, lemon and banana just to name a few. Lavender, daisy, rose and geranium do well here as well as wild oregano and thyme. There are plenty of restaurants nearby offering fresh local produce, all with a genuine smile. Beaches are easy to get to and there is a great choice of historical sites to visit, what more can you wish for?