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Newest reviews for Kirkinca Hotel

  • João
    August 23, 2014

    We loved the breakfast. It is home cooked in front of you. We recommend the mint jam, it's delicious, we only saw it here. The team was super friendly. We booked a room but got a full house and it was very cosy.

    The swimming pool is very far from the hotel and our house and we had to drive there, but it's next to the bungalows.


  • Ozgur
    August 11, 2014

    Hotel meets the expactation of staying in a village house. It is important to know that standard rooms does not have TV and minibar inside.


  • Pamela
      United States of America
    July 24, 2014

    The hotel restaurant was very good.

    The hotel website is a misrepresentation of Kirkinca. None of our rooms had the charm or amenities noted on the website and there was no pool. We felt misled. There are a number of Kirkinca locations, it was a bit confusing, perhaps we stayed in the least lovely, but I rather doubt it. It was a big disappointment on on otherwise perfect 10 days in Turkey.


  • Florencia
    July 9, 2014

    Great location, beautiful house, excellent staff. Amazing traditional village breakfast served on a terrace with a killer view! Mustafa and staff were very kind and helped us with everything we needed. They make your stay even more enjoyable. Mustafa and Michaela: it was a pleasure meeting you, thank you very much for everything and hope to see you soon!

    Nothing!! We have read negative reviews from people who complain about being waken up by the mosque. This has nothing to do with the hotel; it is part of Turkey!!


  • Luciano
      Abkhazia, Georgia
    June 25, 2014

    The local and the staff.

    The price and the cleanliness


  • Paul
      New Zealand
    June 20, 2014

    Mustafa and his colleagues made us very welcome. The breakfasts were a great start to each day and we were very well looked after.

    Nothing. Our hosts organized a great guide and driver for a day trip to Ephesus and drove us to a swimming pool on a hot afternoon.


  • Jennifer
    June 10, 2014

    Breakfast was excellent, it was a big spread and the view of the valley from the upper terrace was magnificent. Staff was friendly and offered to help with luggage. We had an upstairs bedroom that was a good size with nice views.

    When booking this hotel, it listed that there was free parking but instead you have to park at the public car park down the hill around the corner. Something to be mindful of if you have luggage. Also not a big fan of the bathroom, difficult to manoeuvre with the marble tub just underneath the shower head.


  • Amitabh
    June 10, 2014

    Breakfast was good. The staff was helpful and courteous.

    The room was small for three persons and nothing like in the photos, which were misleading. The bathroom was terrible. It was tiny and dark and water collected everywhere. The basin was small and had no space to keep anything around it. The seat cover on the pot was loose. There was nothing to hang clothes from. There was barely any space to move around. It was absolutely the worst bathroom I've ever used.


  • Mary
      United Kingdom
    June 4, 2014


    We had booked at the lovely Kirkinca Houses Hotel at the entrance to the village, where we had stayed in 2008 (the photo matched the photo on the brochure we had kept), but when we arrived at Sirinçe the road to the Kirkinca Houses was blocked. When we asked the way we were diverted to the Kirinca Hotel in the village centre (apparently owned by the same people). When we protested and asked to be taken to the Kirkinca Houses we were met with opposition from the staff and by the time they had agreed our friends had unpacked and didn't want to move. Our dream of returning to the Kirkinca Houses was shattered and after such an unpleasant experience we shall never go there again.


  • Susan
      United States of America
    May 29, 2014

    We loved staying in a village with local restaurants and contact with Turkish people. Food in Sirince was delicious.


  • Marilyn
    May 10, 2014

    We enjoyed staying in a village setting with great village views. Bed was very comfortable and excellent breakfast each morning. Mustafa was very helpful and made us feel very welcome!


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  • Tee
      United States of America
    February 16, 2014

    Staff was extremely hospitable and very helpful. A great value that cannot be measured by just the room or facilities.


  • Renee
      United States of America
    November 6, 2013

    An authentic hotel to blend in with the beautiful town! The breakfast was to die for! Staff was extra friendly.


  • Kim
      South Africa
    October 7, 2013

    Stunning little village close to Ephesus (10 mins) & Kusadasi (20 mins). The atmosphere was great, the people extremely friendly. If you are looking to experience a true gem of a village then this is the place to stay. Little cobbled streets, locals selling their goods, restaurants, wine tasting. Great food & wine great.


  • Shahrzad
    September 19, 2013

    Loved the feeling in that little cute village , friendly and very helpful staff , the house was also very cute and well reserved..

    Extremely over priced , the breakfast wasn't the best


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    September 16, 2013

    village is amazing, great wine tasting, close to Ephesus great place to spend a night to travel the historical places around


  • Tom
      United States of America
    September 15, 2013

    Located in the beautiful village of Sirence, 10-12 miles from Ephesus and 5-6 miles from Selcuk. Unique quaint location surrounded by hillsides of grape, olive and fruit trees.


  • Andrew
      United States of America
    September 13, 2013

    The staff and owners were incredibly friendly, going out of their way to ensure that we were comfortable and at home. The hotel is set in a beautiful and historic village set high in the hills. Many of those who work at the hotel are from the village and are wonderful hosts and so kind. The rooms are well laid out and very comfortable with old, beautiful hand made wood furniture that feels both very authentic but also comfortable. And the restaurant attached is great.

    Nothing. The Kirkinca hotel is fabulous.


  • Mustafa
      United States of America
    September 6, 2013

    Staff, historic building, breakfast!

    Bathrooms are old school and you need to be careful when taking a shower. It's a minor thing. I highly recommend the hotel.


  • Mine
    August 12, 2013

    Friendly and warm atmosphere. Very cute village to stay and enjoy traditional food, local produced wine, soaps, etc. Fresh air and green environment. Very close to historical places (Ephesus) and even close to seaside (20-25 km)


  • Neslihan
    July 23, 2013

    Village life, beautiful people

    It was a noisy night


  • Anonymous
    July 17, 2013

    The room had a private hammam and a traditional turkish decoration. Delicious breakfast at terrasse with peacefull view on the village


  • Anonymous
    July 14, 2013

    charming small converted house in the center of the old village. Breakfast was spectacular, nice views from the room, hotel has a restaurant- one of the best in town- for dinner. Low key, relaxed atmosphere

    room was quite small for two people and luggage. There is no vehicle access to the street where the hotel is located, so it is a bit difficult to find and it is necessary to carry luggage a couple of blocks from the parking area to the hotel. The mosque minaret is next door to the hotel, so the call to prayer at 4:30 am is an unwelcome wake up call.


  • Sanel
      South Africa
    July 12, 2013

    The surroundings and people were fabulous. The village is highly recommended. This family business with the politeness of Mustafa is a must when visiting Turkey! This visit will always hold a special place in our hearts.


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