'Brides' magazine described Beatrix Cottage as one of the  most romantic in the world.
It is set on a rocky hillside overlooking the beautiful Kaya Valley, near Fethiye.
The ghost town of Kaya is a mile away. That town is the venue for the drama in Louis de Bernieres' masterpiece 'Birds without wings'. The cottage is recommended in The Sunday Times and The Telegraph.
The cottage is totally private, is entirely detached from its neighbours, and the ideal resting place for stressed out professionals. [Or honeymooners].
There are local beaches, simple restaurants and basic supplies in the nearby village. There is no disco or 'Red Lion'.
There are two swimming pools within walking distance. Fethiye town is a short drive away and there are beaches which can be reached by public transport, just 6 km from the cottage. The village is steeped in history and your hosts are a mine of information.
Your Hosts: John and Bea enjoy their guests
Car: not necessary
Fethiye town is the ideal center for most holidays. Unlike other centers it remained a working town. Kaya is a farming valley offering the minimum facilities for the 'average' tourist. There are excellent restaurants however. The walking is superb and the village people still maintain the hospitality for which Turkey is famous.
Local produce is available from neighbours and for more serious cooks Fethiye has the best produce market on the coast.
Great walking country. A car is recommended for a two week stay.
Please note that Dalaman is by far the nearest airport.
Der naechste Flughafen ist Dalaman.
Other Activities: Archeology, nature