Traveller's cave hotel

Aydinl Mahallesi Gorceli Sokak N0 7, Nevsehir, Goreme, Turkey
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Cave hotels

by gondogoro

I intend going to Goreme in 1st week of April next year with wife,3kids(14,9,6) and on budget trip.Any cheap Cave Hotels(hostels)..not those which 'look' like one.Is CAvelife Pension in a cave or just given the look?How will the weather be like then?Thanx

Re: Cave hotels

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Goreme for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

April.
High 59f / 15c
Low 39f / 4c
Rain 2.10in / 53.0mm
Rain days 13
Hours of sun 7
Daylight hours 13
UV level 7 = High
Humidity = Frost may occur in April

It will be very cold in the evening, eating outside at this time is not an option.
Can't help with your hotel as we stayed in one of the more expensive ones.

Re: Cave hotels

by Durfun

Even Kelebek has budget rooms, strangely they were the peaks of the pigeon-chimneys! Outside bathroom though!

Re: Cave hotels

by cachaseiro

I have stayed at the Arif cave pension and that is one of the cheapest places in town and the rooms are in caves and not build around caves.
It´s located on top of town with a really nice view and is being run by a friendly family.
I have a link to it here:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/36ade/1c18fd/3/

And early april is a bit of a tricky time.
It might be really nice, but it can be cold too and they do sometimes even have snow there that time of year.
The seasons in Cappadocia are quite extreme where the summers are extremely hot and the winters very cold and because of that spring and fall are the best times to visit.
The weather generally goes warm in april, but if it´s early, mid or late april is hard to say.
You should generally have good days though, but you should also prepare for some chilly evenings and nights.

Re: Cave hotels

by gondogoro

Thanks all of you for your inputs..all very valuable and noted:)

Re: Cave hotels

by farpost2

Kelebek was awesome. We stayed in budget rooms but were treated like we were spending hundreds. Great breakfast too.

Re: Cave hotels

by gondogoro

Thanks a lot Dan!..:)

Travel Tips for Goreme

WHERE TO BURN YOUR PHOTOS ON DVD / CD ?

by Jawnuta

We have tryed probably all places in Goreme, as we took lots of photos and needed to burn them on DVD quite often.

The best place is located close to pharmacy and post office in a internet cafe connected to a gift shope.
The lady was nice, proffesional, and fast. The price was good and she had 4.7 G DVDs which allowed for an easy transfer of our 4G memory cards.
She spoke fluent French The store name was
BESTE INTERNET
Adress: Bilal Eroglu Cadesi
on the North side of the street with vehicular traffic
close to PHARMACY
phone 0384-271-22-50

Goreme Valley

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

After the eruption of Mount Erciyes about 2000 years ago, the lava formed soft rocks in the Cappadocia Region, covering a region of about 20,000 km2. The softer rock was eroded away by wind and water, leaving the hard cap rock on top of pillars, forming the present-day fairy chimneys.
Cappadocia was the ancient name for this region where the land comprises the out-spill of two volcanoes. The volcanic ash hardened to become tufa, a soft porous rock. Over millions of years this rock has eroded to form natural cones and columns, locally termed peribacalari, or "fairy chimneys", on the landscape and, for centuries, these have been carved and hollowed to form cave-dwellings, stables and places of worship.

Approximately three hundred cave churches and monasteries dating between the 9th and the 13th centuries still remain scattered throughout the valleys in the entire region. The Göreme valley that was studied by Jerphanion, however, is a particularly concentrated area of monastic settlement.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Goreme Open Air Museum on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 38° 38' 21.03" N 34° 50' 44.13" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Goreme Valley.

Biking festive in July

by FAIRYCHIMNEY

If your into biking , well more than biking (in the numerous valleys) there is Biking festival in Cappadocia that has been held every july (12th - 15th ) Its real adventure though as long as your not clumsy...No matter your professional or not you can participate . If you interested in you can contact one of the sponsors of this organization.

Pigeon Valley

by Tijavi

As the name implies (Guvercinlik in Turkish), this area is filled with dovecotes - colorful dovecotes. Unfortunately, the cold, damp weather prevented me from going down the valley and enjoying the dovecotes up close. The rocks here have a soft pinkish color with brownish undertone - good for a few shutter snaps. Also interesting are the carved edifices on the rock face, including one that looked like a church (see picture 2).

The trail leading to the valley could be accessed from the Goreme-Uchisar road. The trail starts from a lookout across a shop selling onyx souvenirs, where a signpost has been erected for hikers' benefit.

Dolmus from Goreme to Uchisar

by balhannah

The Dolmus to Uchisar (it continues on to elsewhere) leaves from the Goreme Otogar. It has the sign in the window of the Bus. I can't remember if it runs half hourly or hourly, your Hotel will be able to tell you, as that is who told me. They drop you off on the main road, and you have a short walk to the Uchisar castle.

Cost was 1.75 t/l in 2009

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 Traveller's cave hotel

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Address: Aydinl Mahallesi Gorceli Sokak N0 7, Nevsehir, Goreme, Turkey