Stayed for 2 weeks in August 2014. The hotel has only 16 rooms all of which are simply decorated, with comfy beds. Frequent linen and towel changes and daily cleaning keep the place spotless. Breakfasts are a typical Turkish plate with something slightly different every day, and fresh eggs cooked different ways. Home made jams and lots of fresh bread with tea and coffee and juice. Full English is just 12 lira and is really good. Large clean pool, no fights for us beds, great daytime food and fab evening meals, which compare favourably with those in the town. Close to the main drag if you want it, but we liked to stay in the hotel as food was excellent and there was a nice breeze. Even during the heat of the day, it still had a breeze due to elevated position above the town. Steps up to the hotel mean a certain degree of mobility is needed. What makes this place is the desire of the owners and staff for everyone to have a good time. Customer service was excellent and if you had a problem, just let them know so they can do something about it. We asked to be moved to a ground floor room which they did within a day of us arriving. Would love to keep it secret but that wouldn't be fair to the owners. There aren't any sea views as it doesn't overlook the sea but rooms at the front have a nice view over the pool and mountains. Rooms at the back are darker and with less of a view but you don't go to stay in your room do you? No TV in room but then I don't go on hols to watch TV! Free WiFi works pretty well throughout the hotel though the closer to reception you are, the better it is. Had a lovely relaxing break and have booked for next year already.