Nisanyan House consists of a 5-room hotel and three comfortably furnished units in the historic village of Sirince, located in the hills 11 km (7 miles) from ancient Ephesus. The accommodation combines style and comfort with the genuine atmosphere of a beautiful Aegean village. The buildings date back to the 19th Century, and have retained their authenticity beautifully.
All units have indoor bathrooms, and central heating is provided during winter, there is no need for air conditioning as the village enjoys cool evening air at 350 m (1000-ft) altitude. There is also a fully functioning kitchen within each unit. An unusually rich breakfast is included in the room price. Provided in a farm basket each morning, along with freshly baked bread left at dawn.
The hotel of Nisanyan Evleri stands on the hill top at the upper edge of Sirince. It provides a wonderful view over the village rooftops and across the vineyards and olive groves of the valley.
The hotel has five rooms, three doubles, one twin, one single. Each with a private bathroom. Room no. 1, which is somewhat larger than the others, has a beautiful antique bathtub, in which you can bathe against the stunning panorama of the valley.
Breakfast is served of wonderful fresh produce and home made goods, and guests may partake in this hearty meal at whatever time they wish to raise their heads.
To assure a friendly atmosphere, there are plenty of common areas in the hotel. There are two lounges, furnished with the antiques which were inherited from the owners Aunt Selma. Then the library, which is well stocked with good books - not the usual paperback stuff. The CD collection has mostly Bach and Haydn, with some unusual Turkish music and a few mementoes a relative who used to be an operatic soprano. There is also internet service available, but no TV!
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