Only a minor gripe, but there was no access to clean drinking water from the rooms. It would've been nice to have had a communal tank somewhere for the guests to get their drinking water, or perhaps kettles in the rooms. Moreover, the airport transfer we had arranged showed up after two hours of waiting due to a 'mistake' - I really think this could have been handled better.
Staying in a cave is definitely an experience! The cave rooms are spacious, clean, and lovely and cool inside, especially in the summer months. We even had a lovely little porch just outside the room. Ekrem, the owner, was very helpful in advising and arranging tours and day trips for us. He even took us around on a private tour, which was fantastic. Overlook the fact the car could use a little work, because you wouldn't want to take a new car around the places you'd like to see in Cappadocia.Ekrem showed an intimate knowledge of the local area, particularly with reference to the areas that tourists would be interested in seeing. The upstairs terrace and porch outside our room also provided good vantage points for watching the hot air balloons go up at sunrise. The provided breakfast was also nice. Overall a pleasant stay; would recommend!