Breakfast on the terrace is the usual Turkish spread of fruit, olives, cheese, bread, and one savoury item, like a borek, or sausages with peppers. No eggs were provided. The breakfast was fine if you came up early, but if you arrived in the last fifteen minutes of the breakfast slot, there was often very little food left, and the serving ladies did not offer to replenish cheese or sausage if it had run out, which was not very nice. Another thing that would change the quality of breakfast is if there was more of a range of teas and at least one cup of real coffee, instead of the self serve instant coffee and granule-apple-tea on offer.
Rebetika is perfectly located, close enough to the centre, on the same street as two of Selcuk's main sights, the St. John Basilica and the Isa Bey Mosque and yet with a faraway, quiet feel, especially if you sit on the terrace and watch the storks.
The rooms are fine. But the bathrooms are spacious for this price, and the shower was a dream!
The owner and his brother are both very friendly and welcoming (if slightly prone to confusion about such things as whether they have a room free for an extra night or not.)