Tas Ev: Olu Deniz. This spacious house is very very special and deserves the attention of the most discerning guests. Perched amongst the rocky slopes of a high watercourse, it offers privacy, luxury and the most amazing views down to the spectacular beach of the popular resort of Olu Deniz and out across the turquoise water of the Aegean.
Guests may well find it difficult to leave the cool terrace with the views, but if feeling just slightly energetic may explore the 2 acres of garden which tumble down to the watercourse. [Dry in the summer months].
Venturing a little further and with no discernible boundary, one will be in the national park of the fabulous mountain Baba Dag and the famous Lycian Way listed by The Sunday Times as one of the top 10 walks in the world.
This ground floor appartment offers a spacious open plan Living/ dining and kitchen room. Two guests may sleep therein.
The main bedroom is unremarkable so not illustrated.
The second bedroom has fun double bunks.
The upstairs appartment is being used at times by the owner or some friends.
Very Very Special: Tas Ev: Olu Deniz.
No pin-brained rep to bother you, but help is at hand if needed. See below.
The accommodation offers a spacious open plan Living/ dining and kitchen room. Two guests may sleep therein.
The main bedroom is unremarkable so not illustrated. The second bedroom has fun double bunks Thus the accommodation will sleep 6 or possibly one more.
Luxury: The shower and WC room is marble clad and has European fixtures.
In the garden is a secluded plunge pool where guests may relax in complete privacy with a cool drink or a good book. The swimming pool beside the villa (12m Length) is equipped with jacuzzi.(open may to oktober)
Children will love the ancient cool house excavated into the sides of the gorge and restored by the owner as a wine cellar.
The accommodation is offered on a self-catering basis and you will be left in complete privacy, however if help or guidance is required then it is just a phone call away. J+B [ Details when booking] have lived in the area for 18 years and know most of what there is to know about the area including the walking routes, the history, the flora and fauna, and the restaurants. The price of their time is not included in your let; you pay them direct if you call them. It may be a good idea to have them visit during the first day of your holiday.
More: The top floor of the house is occupied by the owner a charming German gentleman who is seldom at home but more likely in Germany, India or elsewhere.
Public transport is frequent and just 5 minutes walk away but to really explore the surrounding countryside a car is recommended, that can be arranged by J+B either on booking or during your stay
There are restaurants and food stores within walking distance.
The focal town of the area is Fethiye, not merely a tourist town but a proper working Turkish town having a weekly market, an extensive industrial estate and a ram-shackled fishing fleet.
Fethiye is a fifteen minute drive away or about 40 minutes by ‘Dolmus”, the local mini buses which are licensed for about 20 but will readily cram in up to 50% more and possibly a goat or several chickens. This is the Turkish experience!