The walls are very thin. So you could hear conversations, people coming and going from their rooms, all the time!
The room was very small, while cozy, didn't have any drawers or storage space, water kettle or fridge. It did make it a little bit cramped.
The heater was kind of spotty. It would get cold at night, even with the remote controlled heater turned up. I had to wear socks to bed.
They might want to have an extra person working the reception. We found that some very needy and time consuming tourists were occupying all of Mehmet's time, thus we weren't able to checkout early and head to the train station to get to Izmir's airport, which would've been cheaper for us. In the end, we had to pay 80TL for 2ppl to get seats on a last-minute cramped shuttle bus to get to the airport, after we were finally able to check-out, much later than expected.
Location is fantastic, right behind the Ephesus museum and within a 2 min walk of the town Center and Selcuk's major attractions and the bus stop. There are yellow signs pointing to ANZ guesthouse everywhere.
Wifi was very fast.
The terrace and rooftop dining area are HUGE selling points! The terrace does overlook the Temple of Artemis!
The dinner served in-house with a platter of meatballs and charbroiled chicken was very yummy and affordable (26TL for 2 people).
Run by a pair of friendly and kind brothers, Mehmet and Ibrahim. They weren't trying to hustle us and sell us tours. Also, because we had a baby, we were often able to have a late breakfast and they made us baby food purée.
First bathroom that I came across in Turkey, where it didn't have a mild smell of sewage. The bathroom smelled clean and fresh, like it had actually been washed.
Free Tea available all day at the terrace!!
The guesthouse is like an open-air villa and some may call it old looking, I call it rather charming and comforting.