The Family Cave Suite at Esbelli
inn in Ürgüp, Cappadocia,
is designed for a family
with up to four children who want
to live the fantasy of being cave-dwellers...in
What a cave! The
children's room is every kid's
what it must be like to be a young
Flintstone, with a
curvy "moonscape" cave ceiling, cave-niche
bed, iron bedsteads, and nooks and
crannies and shelves of stone already
equipped with a selection of toys and
stuffed animals. Disney couldn't
have done it better.
The suite's master bedroom,
for the parents, is more traditional,
with all the comforts.
The suite has a living room/salon with
easy chairs, TV, laptop computer, and Wifi transceiver
for email, Skype, news and web surfing.
There's a kitchenette for preparing snacks (not
meals), and a private
walled garden terrace where
the children can play and the parents
need not worry that they'll wander
off. Parents can sit out on the terrace
beneath sun, shade or
stars with something to sip from
the full-sized honor-system refrigerator
stocked with wine, beer, fruit juices,
soft drinks and spring water at low
prices. For hot drinks, there's a
plentiful supplies of tea, coffee
and other hot beverages—complimentary.
All the cave rooms have windows,
of course, as well as the
cool atmosphere and intense quiet provided
by the stone
from the other guest rooms. Individual
heating/air conditioning units allow
you to maintain exactly the temperature
you want in your room.
Fantasy, privacy, convenience,
and you still enjoy all the comforts
of staying at Esbelli
including the Self-serve Café-bar,
and a full
Turkish breakfast each
day, included in the rates.
The Esbelli Evi suites are among the most
charming and satisfying places to
stay in Cappadocia,
but for all its luxury, the Esbelli
families that might otherwise need
to reserve two rooms.
When you contact
Esbelli Evi, mention
TTP. Here's why.
Esbelli Sokak, 8 (P.K. 2)
50400 Ürgüp, Cappadocia,
Phone: +90 (384) 341 3395
Fax: +90 (384) 341 8848
E-Mail: [email protected]
real Flintstones experience: the
children's room in the Family
Below, the living room.