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Ataturk Mah. 1048 Sok. No 3, Selcuk - Izmir - Turkey, 35920 Selçuk, Turkey – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 207 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Homeros Pension & Guesthouse.
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed).
Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Air Conditioning
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 335 reviews Very good
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Score from 171 reviews Very good
Nothing. We loved our stay there.
An extremely picturesque little pension in a pretty town, with the nicest hosts you could imagine.
Lack of privacy from folding bathroom door. Limited space in bedroom due to botique furnishing (which gave it character, a positive).
Location near town and museum and buses. Friendly and helpful. Congenial. Good breakfast. Shared communal dinner.
There was no hot water at all, plumbing is old, flowing toilet. Beds were uncomfortable and blankets don't have duvet covers. The furniture is very old and it was no possible to use furniture because doors and handles are fall off. Breakfast was terrible - just plate with one boiled egg and few pieces some fruits and vegetables for example two pieces of carrots, two pieces of orange and one tomato
Laundry was expensive. The dinner was overpriced and poor. Rice-a-roni, dry and overcooked fried chicken.
Upon arrival at Homeros, you are treated like family and invited up to the terrace for tea. We visited in the winter, and it was very nice and warm up there. Our triple room was small, with the worst bathroom of our trip in Turkey (9 different cities, 10 different hotels...). It was small and cold. We got the impression that the room that we had booked had been taken by a group who had decided to extend there stay, so perhaps it would have been better if we had been given that room. The location of the pension is great, easy to walk to from the train or bus station. The staff were exceptionally friendly. The common room was great, it was nice to be able to drink your own alcohol and hang out there.
The host is nice
Unique stay experience. I like the interior, the ambience, the hospitality, and information given by the owner, Dervis. Great healthy breakfast with lots of fruits. Best dinner ever in turkey. Don't forget to reserve first with Dervis. ;). Near the bus and train station. Perfect!
The hotel is very well located, close to everything around. The room was small, cute and quaint. I liked the way it was decorated. The owner Shaziye is really nice and helpful. We had some problems communicating since she is still learning English and her brother was out on a holiday but we managed somehow. Breakfast was good.. more like a big fruit platter. We were in the building opposite the road where the main building is. There was no kettle in the room but a big coffee station was located in the reception cum dining room of the main building. Room was equipped with heater, hot water for shower & wifi.
No hairdryer in the room. I guess you should ask to borrow one from the receptionist. Wifi signal is a bit weak in our room, but it was still working.
We had a great stay in this pension. The owner (or maybe the owner's brother) is very kind and even picked us up from the train station when we arrived at almost 9:00 pm. The owner (Saziye?) is a very friendly person and makes everyone feel welcomed. She prepared nice and healthy breakfast and even toasted the bread for us. When my friend asked her the name of the delicious jam that she put on our table, she said that it was homemade and gave one bottle of the jam for each of us. We really felt like we were welcomed as a family. The decoration in our room (as well as the common room and the dining room) are very antique and had become a great experience for us. I guess we took many pictures of the furniture and decoration, because they are just too cute :) Hotel location is good, quite close to train station and bus terminal. Saziye also let us stay in the dining room on the night after we checked out while waiting for our night bus to Istanbul. She even allowed us to use the bathroom and shower room in the building before we left. So sad that we only stayed for one night. Would love to come again and spend more time in this pension. Will definitely recommend this hotel for anyone who is planning to visit Selcuk!
Wifi really only worked in the terrace.
LOVED our stay here. Şaziye (pronounced Shaziye) was an amazingly gracious host. She prepared delicious Turkish breakfast for us every morning in the terrace and gave helpful tips on how to travel to Pamukkale, Ephesus, Izmir, etc. We enjoyed chatting with her and learning Turkish from her. We got some delicious home-cooked dinner as well. The place is packed with lots of cool antiques. It was a little chilly, but the rooftop terrace would be super awesome in the summer, and the lower terrace is great for hanging out and chatting with other guests. If you need a restaurant recommendation, ask Şaziye for her friend's manti restaurant that feel's like someone's house with delicious homemade food and a welcoming atmosphere. We also met Şaziye's friend Osman who was great fun. We were very sad to leave here.
The washing room . The room was little old.
At first, i do like the receptionist 'Sajiye(?)'. She is really friendly. She is very open minded to help every guests. Breakfast was the best of this hotel. She gave us many fruits and especially the yogurt was amazing! The location was also good. Pretty close to bus station and train station. You can get there only in 5~10 minutes. The room was also somewhat cozy. However, washing room was too too small and had no door.....(It was the worst thing)
wifi signal was very very poor
hotel looks very traditional and nice good location
Great location, within walking distance of train and bus stations and the centre. You can even go walking to Ephesus (less than one hour along a shady Promenade). The staff is fabulous: Şaziye and Derviş just go out of their way to help you. And don't miss the chance to have dinner with them: food -and deserts- are delicious!
Our host Shazire was so kind and helpful to us and prepared a healthy breakfast each morning and dinner if we requested it.
No hot water to take a shower.
Staff are really nice. The place looks like a sweet home. Food is good. When you check out, you will have a small gift.
Lukewarm reception, poor wifi service, can barely connect living in the building across the alleyway. Room is not cleaned on the second day. Not enough quilt to cover two people. No blow dryer at the bathroom, had to use air conditioning to dry my hair. There is a lot of other characteristic places to stay in selcuk.
Location is good, walking distance to the bus and train station, don't need a taxi at all though you will need to drag your luggage up a slope. Breakfast is ok, no egg is served. Room decor is traditional Turkish style.
The wifi didn't work too well in our room but worked perfectly in the common area upstairs.
We stayed at Homeros for four nights and loved it. Great staff, great accommodation (including the rooftop terrace), authentic Turkish decor, fabulous home-cooked Turkish dinner and possibly the best breakfast of our entire trip! The location is extremely convenient to everything - sights, otogar, train station, and walkable distance to Ephesus. Saziye is so welcoming and helpful, she made our stay even more enjoyable. Would 100% recommend Homeros as the best place to stay in Selcuk!
The staff (Barbara and Dervish) were very helpful, suggesting many nice places for sightseeing. We had an awesome time in Selcuk because of their suggestions. The decoration is very nice and the rooms are very comfortable and clean. The location is also very handy for visiting everything. We loved our stay there.
No wardrobe in the room makes unpacking impossible. A bit of noise from other rooms could be heard. Airconditioning triggered some allergies, filters likely needed a clean.
Homey, comfortable feel. Owner made everyone feel incredibly welcome. The rooms are decorated with an eclectic Turkish style. The breakfasts (a set plate) were very generous and absolutely delicious. Central location in quiet street, very close to Ayasoluk Hill and the Basilica of St. John. Overall, had a great experience and would definitely recommend.
bathrooms a bit small.
really cosy place with a lot of character. lovely terrace where to chill and enjoy the views. great location.
Nothing, everything was great.
We had a great time for our one night stay here. We had the bottom level room on the street level and it was very quite. Barbara and the staff were so warm and welcoming. The decor is awesome, really makes you feel like you are in Turkey! The breakfast and dinner were both great and the location is so close to everything. We rented a car and there was lots of places to park right out the front of the property. The view from the rooftop is so fantastic. We wish we could have stayed a bit longer to take it in more. Thanks for having us!
Owner Dervish is extremely nice and make you feel at home. He even drove my family to the bus station at the last day because he doesn't want my mother to walk with luggages. The decoration of the hotel is unique and I like it very much. You can tell that Dervish really puts a lot of efforts running it. I will strongly recommend to everyone.
I love everything about this guesthouse. I felt at home. Its like i stayed in my grandmothers old house in the country. From the antique decors, the friendly accomodating staff, to the location on the hill with fantastic views, and reasonable price, theres nothing i could ask for more. Everyone is so friendly including the guests. The dinning and living areas are setup in a way that theres a lot of opportunity for interaction. I would love to stay here again if I come back and would recommend it.
Staff; room decoration;
Very nice traditional decoration, sweet! Very kind and helpful host! Good breakfast and dinner here! She also helped us to book the one day trip to PMD. Thank you very much and wish to visit again not long! <3
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