This is a small, family run hotel. The staff are extremely friendly and speak English. The hotel is mainly catering for Turkish tourists so this is not the place to bring young children who won't eat the local food. However, if you want to meet interesting Turkish people and eat delicious Turkish food then this is one for you. The rooms, whilst small, are stylishly decorated with good bathrooms, airconditioning, minibar and TV. Breakfast is in the Turkisk style (bread, eggs, cheese, olives, jam, butter, tomatoes) and hearty. The bar often doesn't appear to be open but just ask any of the staff and they'll sort out drinks, snacks etc. The beach is very small (like most of the bay) so swimming and sunbathing is on the jetty which can be a little exposed. There are seats and room of loungers in the shade however. The village is small and quiet - really little more than a couple of shops and the beach - with Turkbuku a short dolmus ride or walk. Bodrum easily accessible by dolmus or taxi as are the other beaches around the peninsula. This is not the resort to go to if you want frantic all night parties - but you can get that in Bodrum if you want it.
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