Restored school spaciousness.
If it is a as good as the Hunnaphan hotel then you won't be disappointed.
Just looked by and has a great garden, the 100 year old palms being the stars.
Didn't stay this time but checked it out and weren't disappointed.
Rooms look large and well appointed.
17 rooms, 1 suits, 1 Stone House (3 room) 50 beds.
Restaurant, 2 bars and A/C
Web pages in Turkish, English and Dutch.
The garden is the perfect place to relax in and surrounded by walls, it is proof against any wind.
Large tree in the garden after which the hotel takes it name “Hunnap” Jujube (ziziphus zizyphus) is a thorny tree from Rhamnaceae family, yellow flowers every spring. Also called “cigde” or “unnap”.
Originally the Zeushan motel but now has another building on the opposite side of the square.
Owner runs the Adatepe olive oil museum as well and is a bit of a character.
Rooms aren't big, these are old cottages but they are clean.
Staff were very helpful and answered any question about the local area.
Central heating if needed.
Web pages in Turkish and English.
Nice restaurant to sit in and look out over the square.
Log fire downstairs for those winter nights.
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