Great location near the beach with relaxing atmosphere and superb surroundings. This really should be a three star hotel rather than a two star. Some of the 3 star hotels we had stayed in were not as good as this. Good breakfast which is served from the beach restaurant.
Let down by the lack of a menu at the restaurant where we were charged 50.000 TL for a light lunchtime snack. Daylight robbery. Basically use the restaurant for breakfast included purposes but eat elsewhere in the much more reasonable local establishments.
We have not been to Assos/Behramkale since 2004, so this information may not be entirely up to date, although I have checked and the place is still open with the same name, and seems to be the same.
It is an attractive old stone building, like just about every building in town. It was apparently some sort of industrial or warehouse building before.
It is right on the waterfront. We had a very nice stay, enjoying the place and especially the location very much and the staff were very friendly, attentive, and efficient. One problem is that some rooms are rather stuffy and have essentially no view, looking at nearby walls or roofs. However, when we were offered such a room, we asked for a nicer one and, at slightly more cost, got a very nice room with a beautiful view of the harbor. This is particularly nice since the hotel is literally right on the harbour.
The websites below an unrelated tour site that provides much information on the hotel, plus a picture, and a hotel-booking site with information. I have not found a site for the hotel itself.
The location is wonderful. As discussed above, it's right on the quiet harbour, with outside seating for meals under canopies right on the waterfront. We ate every meal out there, with the pleasant sea breezes and watching the fishermen.
The location was also nice because we could easily walk to the nice swimming beach in town and walk all around the beautiful town itself.
The food was excellent, we ate all meals on the waterfront, and the stay included three meals, with several courses of great Turkish food, every day.
The building itself is attractive and characterful.
The staff were extremely friendly, efficient, and taken extra steps.
For the most part, more recent reviews I have seen basically reflect all of these experiences.
I should note, though, that due to the size and character of the town, most of the hotels iin the town share the basic good location, and are characterful stone buildings. Some also are right on the water with their own covered tables for eating right on the waterfront as well. Therefore, one is likely to find other places in town to provide very similar architecture, seating for meals, location, etc.
Nice situation just a shame it's spoiled by the A/C units bolted on the front.
My friend stayed here and like it a lot.
36 rooms, 20 with a sea view.
Heating, A/C, satellite TV and minibar.
2 restaurants. Private beach/pier.
Sorry site only in Turkish.
Great rooms and location.
Previously used as an acorn store!
37 rooms holding up to 80 guests.19 standard,10 penthouse, 8 overlooking the sea of which 2 have balconies.TV, minibar and A/C.
2 indoor, 1 outdoor restaurants, meeting room.
Under their general info, are an amazing amount of historical facts.
The ceilings are exquisite.
In 1883 from the pictures it looked interesting, now just functional but it is very nice inside.
23 single/double rooms
10 twin bed rooms
8 triple bed rooms
A/C, heating, Satellite TV and minibar.In-door pool and out-door. Internet and Sauna.
3 restaurants, 2 meeting rooms.
Had a quick look-in whilst passing as it looks the prettiest of the hotels with a great view from the terrace restaurant upstairs.
Sorry web page only in Turkish, no English as yet.
8 rooms, 2 suits, with a capacity of 20.
Air conditioning and heating for those chillier nights.
Internet access, TV and minibar.
The view from the terrace.
Well, the guesthouse near the Ottoman bridge was closed. The dolmus driver kindly directed me to Plaj Pansyion.
I was well surprised with the great view over the sea facing to Lebos Island (Greece).
Double rooms are clean, with air conditioned and private bathroom. Unfortunatelly there was not hot water available 24 hours because they use solar system.
The owner, Mustafa Mentese, is a hepfull and kind person.
Rooms with air conditioned and private bath.
Breakfast included in the price.
Great view over the sea.
My family stayed at the Yildiz Saray Hotel in early Feb. and certainly loved this small hotel located close to the harbour ( Iskele ) area.
The room we stayed in was very comfortable with tasteful surroundings, central heating, TV and a great clean bathroom with shower stalls. For the kids they had a separte room with 3 single beds.
We ate turkish meze ( appetizers ) of mussels and calamari along with yogurt. Breakfast was traditional and very satisfying. The staff were very friendly and even allowed me with the use of their internet service to connect my laptop to check emails.
Walking down the cobble stone road towards the harbour we watched the fishing boats with there catch. This hotel is located near to the castle and a short drive up the the Temple of Athena.
All hotels or guest houses in this area are quaint refurbished old stone houses. Our room had a small fireplace in the corner of the room and was decorated in old ottoman stlye. They also have a terrace restaurant on the roof but because of the time of year it was closed but it has a nice view of the harbour.
It's a stonehouse like all the buildings in Assos. You can have your breakfast and dinner while you can watch the fish swimming in the harbour. The rooms are clean and you can feel the history everywhere.
I woke up early on my second morning in Assos. It was a nice light and I would have liked to walk around to take pictures, but I was going to continue my trip.
Instead I had breakfast at a table on top of the stairs, with a beautiful view over the valley.
It is a nice place to eat at but be careful as there is no fence around and some chairs stood very close to the edge.
I stayed at Dolunay Pansiyon which is in an old stonehouse just beside where the bus stopped in the village, and where the road up the hill to the archaeological site begins.
The pension is run by a woman and her son (Ithink). During the day the woman sits outside the pension selling souvenires to tourists passing by.
Breakfast is included in the price.
For my room I paid 25 000 000 TL.
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