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Gelemis Köyü Patara Antalya, 07965 Patara, Turkey – Show map
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Canoeing, Cycling, Diving, Horseback Riding
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Laundry, Ironing Service
Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
Based on 30 reviews
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Friendly owners, fresh fruits, compact kitchen space and a good quiet sleep and a helpful free lift to Patara beach
Maybe more mosquito protection, alot seemed to get in overnight
We felt at home. Every morning we had a delicious breakfast of homegrown ingredients. The location is central to everything without being right in the centre. We often came home to not only a fresh clean apartment but to herbs and vegetables picked from the garden. We would absolutely recommend Beyoglu and will return again!
Everything was wonderful!
This was excellent value for money. The room only costs 20 euros a night, and comes with a shared kitchen. I would definitely recommend it for those on a budget, and for those who want a kitchen to themselves there is a fully self-catering apartment, which costs 35 euros a night.
We were disappointed that the kitchen was shared as we understood that it would be a full apartment to ourselves. However, the other couple were friendly so it worked out well until we moved into one of the more expensive apartments.
Very low price, but still clean and fairly comfortable. The rooms include a kitchen, so this place would be nice for an extended stay.
The owner speaks only a little English, so communication was a bit difficult. Breakfast was not included, which we knew. For the price we paid for breakfast in town we probably could have gotten a nicer room with breakfast, though. Couldn't figure out how to lock the doors, but it seemed fairly safe anyway.
The elderly Turkish couple who ran the place were very pleasant.
The family did not speak any English. There was no hot water. The kitchen was not very functional and the internet was poor.
It was more or less fine for a budget stay in Patara...
...but you'd be mad not to stay in one of the many many other, considerably less rundown pensions nearby, which are the same price and much better located.
The owners were lovely and very sweet and helpful. They gave us tea to welcome us
The wifi didn't work from our room. We needed to go into the dinning area to use it.
It was a great cute apart with everything needed during a vocation. Besides the owners are excellent people. They are so kind and nice. They brought us a basket of their own products. Besides their neighbor who they share the same garden is a cute old man. The town and the beach are amazing. We had great time in Patara and Beyoglu Apart. Hope to go back one day.
Quiet, facilities fine, excellent price!
Located on the edge of the village, so very quiet location. Each apartment has a small balcony into a even smaller garden at the back of the building. Rooms were clean and simple.
Owners speak very little English, so we just managed the basics.
Quite and clean! Beautifil garden. Good price!
Nice apart with air conditioning in the middle of orange grove and vineyard, lovely atmosphere, epic breakfast, very nice family (they also gave us some grapes for lunch!)
The family speaks very little English