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Enjoy our cosy two-floor house with 2 sleeping rooms in Ottoman style. It has a relaxing garden with orange, olive trees & palms and is situated in Kaleici, the old heart of Antalya.
On 500m from the house. You will find a beach and the old harbour, on 300m. the (shopping)centre of modern Antalya and even closer the big city park with a marvellous view and antique places such as the Broken Minaret or Hadrian’s gate.
Also you there are plenty of possibilities for a nice evening out in the area.
The living room has big doors to the garden. The front patio, shared with 2 local neighbours guarantees a nice entrance and security.
For enjoying the garden to the max, there are 2 summer beds, a table with 4 chairs and a BBQ!
I will plant herbs en some vegetables, so hopefully soon you can eat from the garden as well:)
The kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, water cooker, coffee machine, coffee, tea and herbs and some basic food.
There is a TV with international TV stations & free Wifi.
You will find plenty of information about Turkey and Antalya in the cupboard in the living.
Soap, shampoo, toilet paper, (beach)towels, iron utensils, vacuum cleaner and bed linen can be found upstairs.
Washing machine and cleaning materials are stored in the garden house.
There is a bicycle for rent as well. Please let me know if you wish to use it.
For electricity & water we kindly ask you to leave 3€ per day upon departure. For longer stays we count the electricity & water bills' price.
The place is also suitable for business (wo)men and students. Contact me for long term discounts.
For babies or children we have a baby bed and toys.
Pets are welcome after previous consultation.
Fully furnished and fully equipped kitchen.
Heating and cooling with 3 air-conditioners and an electric heater.
Hot water by means of solar energy and electric system.
Wooden floors everywhere, the bathroom & balconies have marble floors.
Double glass and decorative iron in front of windows.
Front garden with entrance gate; front door; living and kitchen; wooden stairs with decorative iron; big garden doors; terrace; garden (55m2); storing house; old water well and BBQ place, garden surrounded by old stone wall.
Hall; bathroom with shower, toilet & washing area; sleeping room 1; sleeping room 2; balcony.
Interaction with guests
I will welcome and explain everything about the villa and its surroundings and hand over the keys to you. If I am abroad or not available, my husband Mustafa or Emmy, a good friend will replace me.
During your stay we will be available via the (house) phone or mail to answer your questions about the house or its surroundings.
The villa, terrace, and garden are all yours.
The front patio and entrance from the street are shared with 2 local neighbours.
The neighbourhood - overview
Get out and explore! There’s a lot to see aside from the tourist stuff...
On 500m from the house you will be enchanted by a small beach and the old harbour.
On 300m you can shop until you drop at the (shopping) centre of modern Antalya.
Even closer you will find the big city park with a marvellous view and antique places such as the Broken Minaret or Hadrian’s gate.
Also you will have plenty of possibilities for a nice evening out in the area.
We will give you more details after reserving and as we lived there for 9 years we know the local life, so ask us:)
We have a bike for rent and there are public bikes for rent at a walking distance.
Public transport in the centre is rather good and cheap.
We recommend you to buy a public transport card/ Antcart (8tl) that you can fill with money, more economic and easier then cash payment. Ask me for an overview of Antalya public transport...
A good way of getting around to places hard to reach with public transport can be to rent a taxi & driver for a day. Prices depend on the places and your negotiation talent.
Car & parking
The parking policy of Kaleiçi is not stable and we do not recommend to park your car there. We can show you some paid and unpaid parking spaces on walking distance.
If you rent a car in Kaleiçi itself then parking is for free and the owners will help you with parking at a legal place.
Other things to note
We care about the local people and Antalya and in order to maintain the destination as it is, we will be happy to provide you with tips that support locals and save energy and water.
Please put off the air-co, radiator and all lights, also outside before leaving... better for you, us and the environment!
If something is broken we will arrange it upon departure or deduct the costs from the deposit.
Smoking is allowed but preferably outside.
We had to break the bathroom wall due to clogged pipes so please NEVER throw any paper or else in the toilet!
I am a Dutch living in Antalya with my Turkish husband, 6 year old sun, dogs and cat and hopefully soon a horse.
We have recently moved closer to nature and left behind our special Kaleici Villa for you!
Together with a Turkish partner I have a company called TRIADA and we work on international projects in fields such as sustainable tourism and education.
I am also a horse trainer and my husband is a farrier travelling all around Turkey.
I am a matchmaker and with my activities I try to connect different people and cultures.
As we lived in the Kaleici for 7 years and in Antalya for 10 years, we know the local life, so please do not hesitate to ask us for insider tips...
Angelique Tonnaer Kirkil purchased this house in 2007
You can take the girl out of the village but not the village out of the girl.
That is why I choose to live in Kaleiçi which is like a village in the heart of the big city of Antalya. As my origin is from a historical village in the Netherlands called Thorn, I wanted to have a historic house here in Kaleiçi. It turned out to be a house that I was involved in its construction from the beginning but under the strict laws of the building department, so that it looks as a historic monument.
It has a historical look and feel.
And a lovely garden with orange and olive trees and some herbs.
So you can also eat from it sometimes:)
Tips to enjoy: Get out and explore! There’s a lot to see aside from the tourist stuff...
You will find lots of info about Turkey and Antalya and books in various languages in bookshelf in the living.
Food & drinks
Don’t go home before tasting “Simit” for breakfast and drink lots of brewed tea from a Turkish traditional Semaver in the lovely Karaalioğlu Parkı just around the corner!
Restaurants: Çay-Tea for a cool atmosphere and nice breakfasts/ Ayyas (around the corner) for Turkish grill and local guests/ www.karafbistro.com for wines/ home made (veggie) lunch meals in the sidestreets of Attatürk Blv., Zeyneb & Fısıltı Cafe are recommended/ business lunch place Parlak in Kapalı yol, near to Saat Kulesi, where you can also change your money/ Hasanağa in Kaleici, for nice food, life music and guests that dance/ Volkan Fish Restaurant near the ex football stadium with a cosy garden for fresh fish/ An economic Turkish tradition for the night and just around the corner: The Soup kitchen/ Çorbacı in Yeni Kapi Sk.
Brunch: Attaturk Park is famous for its lovely Sunday brunches and marvellous view, with the old tram or 30 min by walk.
Çakırlar, a good option if you want to escape from the city and have a brunch with home made jams, pancakes, etc. On Sunday's there is also a market.
Fresh fruit and veggie markets close by: On Tuesday in the Doğu Garaj area, on Friday in the Muratpaşa area, both on walking distance (20 min). There is a shopping bag on wheels in the garden house…you will need it. From 8am – 8pm in Summer/ 6pm in Winter.
Kaleiçi has a vivid nightlife especially in the weekends. The streets next to Kesik Minare have a big variety of pubs to enjoy the evening, and if you go down you will find clubs and discos with lots of locals.
Antalya Museum: from prehistory to last century, very impressive; at the last stop of the old tram...
Children: Toy Museum in Kaleiçi port, www.oyuncakmuzesi.antalya.bel.tr & some more ideas…
www.trickartplanet.com & www.aqualand.com.tr & www.larasandland.com
Beach: Near Kaleici port there is Mermerli Plaj a small sandy beach 500m. from the house. Or go to pebble Beach Park with relaxed garden bars or Konyaalti or the sandy beaches of Lara, easy reachable with public transport. And a secret tip: Behind hotel Ramada Plaza there is a small stairs where you can swim and sunbath on the rocks
Non tourist hamam near Kaleiçi just out of Hadrians Gate: Yeni Hamam Sinan Mah. 1255 Sk. No. 3/A www.onayhamami.com.tr is famous among locals and offers good quality but is further away.
http://yunusemrefarm.eklablog.com/ Yoga classes or retreats at her farm from Isabelle, an inspiring lady that has devoted her life to yoga & meditation and is multilingual.
The beautiful Düden or Kurşunlu waterfalls and of course antique sites such as Termessos or further away Salagassos www.tursaga.com are also worth a visit!
Tip! In Turkey you can still find good craftsman for repairing your shoes/ jewellery/ framing paintings etc. Also a visit to the hairdresser is recommendable. Ask me if you need them!
€/£/$ are accepted but TL is generally cheaper. For changing money the most economic ways are cash machines or the changing offices near Saat Kulesi in the so called Kapali Yol in the city centre.
There are public bikes available for rent on walking distance www.antbis.com. You may also use our bike with babyseat
The public transport card Antkart is cheaper and more practical. It costs 8tl and you can buy and fill it with money at the little house near İşmetpaşa tram stop. For an overview: www.antalya-ulasim.com/antalya-otobus-hareket-saatleri.html & a map at http://www.antalyahalkotobusleri.com/images/guzergahharita_29113.jpg
Tips from a guest: In order to get on the bus wave the hand and it will stop. In order to get off ask the driver or press the stop button. When you need to go to a certain street it is best to write its name down and show it to the driver or people in the bus stop. Just saying it can be hard due to pronunciation differences :)
The red and biggest buses do not stop in every single station. Smaller buses Dolmus, stop everywhere and take longer to reach the destination.
A good way of getting around to places hard to reach with public transport can be to rent a taxi&driver for a day. Prices depend on the places and your negotiation talent.
Car & parking
The parking policy of Kaleiçi is not stable and we do not recommend to park there. We can show you some paid and unpaid parking spaces on walking distance. In case you want to park there: prices are for 1-3hrs 5tl / 3-5hrs 7tl & 5-24hrs 10tl.
If you rent a car in Kaleiçi itself then parking is for free and the owners will help you with parking at a legal place. My neighbours have diesel cars for rent. Just ask me if you wish to rent from them or others.
As we lived there for 8 years we know the local life, so please ask!
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
1 Nov 2016 - 31 Mar 2017
1 night minimum stay
for 1 night
My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
for 1 night
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£42|
Supplement for air-conditioning depending on the season. Supplement for heating depending on the season. Key pick up with owner. Discount depending on length of stay. Rate depending on the number of persons
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.