WELCOME TO AYDINLI CAVE HOUSE
Aydinli Cave House a boutique, family-run guesthouse set in the heart of picturesque old town Goreme.
Aydinli Cave House is totally unique. Carved from the natural rock and stone of Cappadocia, the guesthouse is located just a short stroll from the Goreme village centre. There are six individually-styled rooms that offer comfortable and relaxed accomodation furnished with beautiful, locally-made carpets and family antiques.
During restoration of the guesthouse every care was taken to provide modern comforts for guests, while maintaining the orginal structure of the house. This includes rock-cut features of the traditional cave dwellings for which Cappadocia is famous.
Terraced areas offer uninterupted views over the Goreme village centre and famous fairy chimneys, the stunning Rose Valley, and beyond, to the snow-capped Aragus Mountain.
Aydinli Cave House is a five-minute walk uphill from the town centre within easy reach of the bus station, cafes, restaurants and shops.
Come and share our food, our land and, most importantly, our home when you decide to truely experince exotic Turkey.
Have a look at our rooms!
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Stone Rooms There are eight special stone rooms in Aydinli Garden. Stone rooms are recently renovated and offers a high quality stay in an ancient mansion. Every room comes with free wifi, AC and TV. The stone rooms are ideal for romantic getaways. The room is equipped: Shower WC Wardrobe Towel […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Yaz Odasi No 1 The Yaz Odası or “Summer House” is the smallest of the fourteen rooms. The room was mostly used in the summer time where the Demirci family slept. It is an arched stone room at the entrance of the courtyard, with fairy chimney views. The Yaz Odasi takes […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Kış Evi–No 2 Kış Evi or “Winter Hotel” is a large cave room which was once the centre of family activites. This room is on the first level and has a private courtyard area. The Kış Evi is filled with history. In the winter time the animals were kept in what […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Gazel Damı No 3 Gazel damı, or “Hayloft”, is a large cave room set on the second floor. Originally it was used for storing animal feed and in later years the front room was converted into a small apartment for Mustafa and his wife, Emine. This room features a lounge area, […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Ambar No 4 Ambar, or “Dried Fruit Storage” is set on the second floor and served as the fruit and vegetable storage area. Carved from the Cappadocia stone famous for their thermal qualities, Mustafa’s family stored produce from the farm including rasins, apples and apricots. Ambar has a small private court […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Sofa No 5 Sofa, or “Sitting Room” is located on the third floor of Aydinli. It is bulit from a combination of carved rock and stone masonary and was used as a men’s sitting room and storage area for tools and equpiment. The room has a raised bedroom and boasts one […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Seyirlik–No 6 Seyirlik or “View” room is also set high on the hill. Also built from a combintation of carved rock and stone masonary, the ‘room with the view’ has a private balcony and uninterupted views over the Goreme village centre, the fairy chimneys, and the Rose Valley. This Deluxe Room […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Hanedan No 7 Hanedan or ” Family Home” is situated on the same level as Yaz Odasi (Room 1). Like Yaz Odasi, this room was used mostly in the summer time and during the festive season to celebrate calendar events as Bayram. As there were no hotels in Goreme at this […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Şırahane No 8 Şirahane or “wine place” is comprised of two large rooms. The first room, now the living room, was reserved for the Haci Nuri’s eldest son Davut where he resided once married. The second room in the suite was used to squash grapes to produce wine and pekmez (Turkish […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Kayıt Damı–No9 Kayıt damı or “Food Storage” is located on and was used for storing bread, cheese, grape molasses – carved in the rock, cool and dry. Even temperature. Kayitadami is all carved from cave and features a large bedroom and separate living room, hand carved column, French bed. 100 Euros […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Ocaklık No 10 Ocaklık or “Oven” is on the second floor and was as primarily used in the winter months as the main living room. This cosy room was also used for heating water for tea and coffee and preparing light breakfasts and snacks. Ocaklık is a cave room and has […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Çardak No 11 Çardak or “Bakery (bread cooking)” shares a terrace area with Oceiklik. This part of the house was used in the winter time for preparing main meals. Bread was made in what has now been made into an outdoor sitting area. Çardak features two large caves split over two […]
Aydınlı Cave Hotel Room Divanhane No 12 Divanhane or “Living Room” is set on the third floor and boasts some of the best vantage points over Rose Valley, Goreme Village and the main mosque. This room was originally used for Pigeon Nests and later used for food storage. The room is a combination of stone […]
Samanlık No 13 The samanlık or ‘’Hayloft’’ is the one of our best suite room .The room was mostly used for save the straws.İn ancient times used to meet the needs of the animals in the winter nutrient is the name given to the barracks.In cappadocia, We dont use ’hut’We usually use’cave room and next […]
King Suit Room 14 The cave room is probly the largest in Cappadocia, used to be a barn in the old days over 20 animals were kept. After the carefull restoration by the owner Mustafa Demirci, the large cave became a luxe suite with its own Turkish bath Hamam. The room is ideal for honeymooners […]
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