Hotel Caravanserai Inn is owned and managed by the same people who manage Caravanserai Cave Hotel in Goreme. At Caravanserai Inn we continue to pride ourselves with our warm hospitality and expert knowledge of Cappadocia. We look forward to welcoming you to our lovely new hotel!
We want Caravanserai Inn to be the place where you rest and relax from your days exploring Cappadocia.
Caravanserai Inn is located in a quiet area of Goreme and is an easy 7-minute walk from the village centre
房源空間 Our hotel has magnificent and uninterrupted views of the beautiful Rose and Red Valleys. From our large roof- top terrace you can watch the hugely popular hot air balloons take off and fly over the valleys at sunrise. Then in the afternoon watch the geological magic of the pink and red hues of the valley changing at sunset. There is nothing more romantic than watching the sunset from our terrace, especially accompanied by a glass of Cappadocian wine! Our generous and delicious buffet breakfast can also be enjoyed from our terrace.
Our hotel is an easy 15-minute walk to the famous Open Air Museum. There are many spectacular valleys to hike in the area, and many can be reached from our hotel- such as Red Valley, Love Valley and Sword Valley.
Our rooms All of our 15 rooms are elegantly decorated and very comfortable, with large and luxurious bathrooms.
All of our rooms have: · air-conditioning for summer · clean energy heating for the colder months · coffee and tea making facilities · small bar fridges · free Wifi access.
We have double rooms, triple rooms and one quadruple room. We also have a ground floor room that is accessible for anyone with mobility issues.
Goreme The village of Goreme sits in the Goreme Valley, which has been a National Park since 1985. It is also a UNESCO world heritage site. Goreme is located in the region known as Cappadocia (Kapadokya in Turkish). It is an alluring combination of natural beauty with its extraordinary geological landscape, and fascinating ancient history. What is most striking about Cappadocia is its many beautiful valleys and the unusual pinnacles of rock known affectionately as fairy chimneys. This extraordinary landscape has been shaped by erosion over many centuries. Millions of years ago Cappadocia had a number of active volcanoes, the majestic Mount Erciyes being one of them. Ancient volcanic eruptions blanketed the area in very deep layers of ash which solidified to a soft rock known as tuff. Over time wind and rain eroded this soft rock to create the valleys and fair chimneys we see today.
Centuries ago different civilisations took advantage of the soft rock to carve dwellings, food depots, and animal shelters in the valleys, in the fairy chimneys, as well as underground. This included underground refuges, known as underground cities, and small churches with gorgeous frescoes, which can still be visited and seen today.