There was nothing I did not like.
This hotel is tucked away on a hillside away from the main street. So the only sounds you hear are birds warbling, an occasional dog barking, an imam with the most beautiful voice chanting prayers. The building is of stone with a red tile roof built by Greeks who settled there many years ago, and the furnishings are authentically Ottoman. Modern conveniences include air conditioning, wifi, and a hair dryer. Breakfast is filling and fresh, as the town is situated among farms, vineyards, and groves of olives and peaches. The owner, Ahmet Kocak, and his assistant, Ishah, were attentive without being intrusive and gracious in their anticipation of my needs.