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Sirince Koyu Sarap Fabrikasi Yani No 10 , 35920 Selçuk, Turkey – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 150 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Stonehouse Byipek Hotel.
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BBQ Facilities, Outdoor Pool, Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Pool Table, Cycling, Horseback Riding, Turkish/Steam Bath, Bicycle Rental, Game Room, Library
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 12 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 30 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Nisanyan Hotel offers views of the historic village of Sirince, near Selçuk and the archeological treasures of Ephesus. It features a marble swimming pool with water from Nisanyan’s own spring.
Score from 76 reviews Wonderful
In a historic house built of stone and bricks, Saint John Hotel has a central location in the ancient town of Selcuk.
Score from 376 reviews Very good
Situated in the centre of Sirince Village, Sirincem Pension has a garden and authentic rooms with modern amenities. The pension offers 24-hour front desk service and village breakfast each morning.
Score from 242 reviews Excellent
Set in a renovated traditional house on a hillslope of Selcuk, Villa Dreams II offers an outdoor pool and a terrace with panoramic views of the historic town, the castle and Aegean Sea.
Score from 102 reviews Excellent
Garden full of flowers and animals, waking up with birds singing.. You should come and live the nature with a glass of wine. Thanks for the great holiday. Ipek's are adorable family. We will come again in spring.
No phone in the room.
We stayed here for 4 nights during Christmas week. We knew it was off-season - we realized that as soon as we arrived in Turkey We felt that the nightly rate wasn't quite as competitive for what we found at Stonehouse. Once we arrived, the general feeling was that it's just as expensive as a bigger city like Istanbul, without the return-on-investment on our paid stay which is explained later in this review. We paid approximately 650 euros for one room for a 4-night stay. The PROPERTY The hotel property was charming with its farm animals: peafowls, ducks, chicks/hens/rooster, an adorable dog called Lucca, and a sweet cat named Yumi. It was like being in a movie set in Tuscany for the latest award-winning drama; a small village in the mountains where its strengths are on the fabulous local wine and locals' warmth. The hotel property has eating tables in the open space throughout the property (next and under fig, persimmon, olive trees, the pond), playgrounds for kids, a pool (that we couldn't use) and parking space. I'm going to admit, though, that we didn't profit from the property layout at all since it was cold out. It's probably much more of a fun experience during warm weather than in Winter. The PROS I'd like to begin with the positive side of the hotel. First, I loved Lucca (the dog) and Yumi (cat). As an animal person, that played a huge role. The animals made us feel like we were visiting a family's house which is quite the romantic idea. Mr. Sabban, the employee (who I'm not sure if I got his name right) and not the owner was very, very nice and extremely helpful. When the lightbulb went out in our bathroom he fixed it in 2 minutes. We had asked him to bring us another blanket an he did so very promptly. Every night, he asked us what time we wanted breakfast. That made us feel very special. We could have our breakfast at any time we wanted.
The CONS Here's where it gets tricky in our review. Although we could try to imagine the place being great during warmer weather, we're rating/reviewing based on how it made us feel. And this is how we felt. We've never seen the owner in any of the 4 nights/5 days we were there paying 650 euros for one room (to compare: we paid 200 euros for 3 night in Izmir, 459 euros for 5 nights in Istanbul, and 260 euros for TWO rooms, 4 nights). That made our stay feel very impersonal for us. With a place like this, an intimate family farm, we had expectations that we would be received by the owner who would understand our communicated needs in case we would have one (in English) such as (like it actually happened): a blanket, lightbulb, wood for the fireplace, toilet paper and that dusts the place once every so often. Him not being there at all made us feel like we were staying at a beat down hotel that had been completely abandoned. They have a woodburning stove in the cafe room that we wished they would light up every morning. During breakfast, we sat down with our snow coats and jackets, where we could see the steam coming out of our mouths. The stove was functional since it was only lit in the last morning when they had one other room occupied. Parking is a bit tight. If you're driving a car that's a little larger than a medium sedan you'll have issues with the narrow ways and unusual layout. Since we arrived at 18:30, or 6:30pm, it was dark (Winter) and there's very little lighting throughout the property to help you understand where you're suppose to park. There was no signage. The place needs someone running it like it has an owner that cares about the business. If we could choose, we would vote that Mr. Sabban would be the owner and that he'd speak English.
Great little hotel in the beautiful little mountain top town of Sirince. We stayed 3 nights and had a wonderful time. Our 2-year old son loved the animals on the farm and the staff was wonderful! It is 5 miles into Selcuk/Ephesus and not far to Kusadasi. The village is quaint and beautiful, full of friendly people. A little off the beaten path, but worth the 5km drive up the mountain to stay at this great hotel.
The only complaint would be the small bathroom, but otherwise, this is a charming hotel with a wonderful, friendly staff. Wi-Fi was great so google-translate overcame any language barriers.
The owner The fine breakfasts The quiet The great dogs The fruit trees
We're a family of four and loved our stay at the Stonehouse for three nights. Its not really a hotel, not really a bed and breakfast. Its unique in a lovely way. The owner told us he wants guests to think of it as a family home and that is what it feels like. We were there the first part of November which is off season and the pool was drained but can imagine how refreshing it would be in the summer. Our room was large and decorated with Turkish antiques. Lots of animals for kids to play with: a dog, a cat, peacocks and ducks. Even a few horses and a donkey. Breakfast was fabulous. The cook remembered what our family liked to drink from the first morning and brought it out unasked on subsequent mornings. Wonderful views from the property and lots of sitting areas in the expansive garden. The walk to town is just 2 minutes away. We're traveling for a year and this has been one of our favorite places to stay! If it was up to our eight year old, she would still be there.
Friendly staff Great breakfast- beautiful fresh food Views of the valley Eccentric room decoration Family friendly Luka the dog
Too much clutter and junk amidst the curio's (understand the design idea, but too much rubbish) Poorly maintained grounds Dirt tracked into the room Minimal room servicing Animals competing for my breakfast Interrupted power supply due to system maintenance
Beautiful setting. Easy access to Sirince and public bus. Lovely gardens filled with farm animals.
Lack of communication. No housekeeping. No wifi in room. Very expensive dinner which was served without price confirmation.
Loved all of the animals on the property: chickens, peacocks, goats, dog, donkey, etc. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Property was so fun for all kids (6, 10, 12, 14) to explore.
Rooster wake-up calls before dawn (though, this is just part of the village life!). Earthy smell in the bathroom; this is again, part of the nature of the property, but for those with sensitive allergies to molds, etc., it might be a concern.
beautiful house, thoughtful decoration,very nice staff
We stayed for 5 nights so had plenty of time to relax, enjoy the property (including swimming pool), and explore the town. This was our last stop on a 6 week trip and we agreed it was the most comfortable due to the location and gorgeous gardens.
We liked everything except the internet connection seemed a bit slow.
The on-site staff - gentle, local folks - were wonderful. Unfortunately, their presence could not offset the effects of the management, which was rarely present and then only to collect or request payment for overpriced (and, in some cases, non-existent) services.
The management and the dark, poorly lit, dated and cluttered room. The last straw for us was the combination of barking dogs at night followed by several gunshots (yes, gunshots) of which we had received no forewarning. Shortly after hearing the gunshots we heard shuffling outside our door followed by a knock. Remember: this was nighttime, after we had gone to bed. You can imagine our terror. As it turns out the manager - who lives off-site - was contacting us through his on-site assistant to remind us of a payment we were to make in the morning, of which we were well aware. When we inquired about the gunshots the manager merely laughed dismissively and then, for the first time, explained that there were nighttime hunters in the vicinity. Begrudgingly, he conceded that he should have notified us in advance of the nighttime hunting. Even though we stayed the next morning through breakfast (which was wonderful), the manager wasn't present to see us off.
Friendly owner and staff. Superb served breakfast. Large grounds with chickens and domestic animals roaming around under the olive trees. The room and the grounds are full of interesting antiques and old farm implements. A great place to relax after the bustle of the city.
The animals and the pretty, quirky gardens made this accommodation the highlight of our 6 year old daughter's entire holiday. The warmth, friendliness and responsiveness of the staff, particularly the lovely Mujde, made us feel incredibly welcome and relaxed. We had peaceful, restful nights in the fresh country air, followed by lush traditional breakfasts of home made and organic food including boreks and cherry jam to die for, attended by cats, dogs, chickens, etc etc. Our room was very pretty, and there were a large number of attractive outdoor settings to lounge in, around the pool, on decks and verandahs, and in the garden.
It may not suit some people to be a bit 'out of the way', but we enjoyed the ride on the local mini bus up the winding road to Sirence. The wifi was good in the outdoor dining area but not effective in our room, we had to find better spots around the garden. A bit more bedding would have been nice, for example 2 pillows each and another blanket or two.
Hussein the host and proprietor, and his team were very warm, welcoming and great to talk with. The setting is a beautiful farm-like atmosphere, with lots of personality!
You have to like animals a lot. So if peacocks, chickens, roosters, etc. are not your thing it is something to consider. We enjoyed it, but feel others might not.
This was a terrific spot hidden in away in the lovely town of Sirince, about 10 K from Selcuk. It is a great place for families, with a pool and lots to see (a farm-like setting with a variety of animals. The food served at breakfasts and dinners. was excellent.
Everythıng.It was a very nıce experıence. The hotel owner ıs a specıal person. The breakfast and dınner were unforgetable. The rooms desıgn were lovely.
We stayed at the Stonehouse Byipek, with our 3 daughters, 18,15, 13, in order to make an early morning assault on Ephesus. It was the most enchanting, relaxing, idyllic night of our tour in Turkey. The food, homemade cheese, home grown fruit, the accommodation, the garden, the pool, the atmosphere, are all quietly, wonderfully exceptional. We left feeling rested and inspired. Wonderful.
There was absolutely nothing to dislike.
friendly welcome nice environment at walking distance from the nice small Sirince village, just few miles away from Ephesus
not easy to find bathrooms not at the expected level, with very strong bad smell
Absolutely amazing! I didn't expect it was such a wonderland. It's located in Sirince, where u can just take a minibus to from the otogar in Selcuk, and it's quiet with all the nice and antique furniture around. We enjoyed the breathtaking breakfast in the garden while some cute animals like peacocks, ducks, a dog named Luka walking around. At night, we bought a bottle of wine to enjoy in the garden, and the staff not only prepared us the cups but also sent us some fruit they just picked from the trees. The old couple were especially helpful and kind even though they don't speak English. They always smiled at us and were ready to do things for us. I'll definitely recommend this place to all my friends.
Wifi doesn't work that well in the room.
Nice and quiet garden in a really nice and old Turkish village worth seeing. Nice breakfast.
Too bad they emptied the pool right after we got there and waited right before we left to start to feel it again, when temperature was really more than hot over there!
Surrounded by a lush, green forest and a beautiful village, the fresh air and beauty of the area is the first thing to greet you when you arrive at stonehouses. It’s the ideal place to slow down, take a break from busy lives and focus on health and wellness. Haven't planned your vacation yet? Take at least a week (more if you can) and step away from the everyday pressures and routines. You'll come back refreshed and, chances are, with plenty of good ideas to work on when you come back.
I like the relaxing environment and different kinds of animal.
Excellent nature Perfectly designed facilities Very clean Animals (Luka the dog rocks) Extremely friendly & helpful staff
Nothing much really. Only the location is a bit difficult to find in the village even though it is very close to the village centre.
Calm, great to relax . Superb garden for kids to discover, with nice pool and delicious food. Great village with wonderful atmosphere, located ideally for tourist attractions in Selcuk area. We stayed at the villa but made full use of facilities - and would love to come back.
very special atmosphere between zen and bucolic with nice swimmingpool. lots of farm animals all around. breakfast very good with home made food.
garden's decoration is a little bit too fussy (we didn't appreciate the plastic body laying in the garden). restaurant little bit expensive.
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