Sacred House History

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Once upon a time,

In Cappadocia the people & the fairies used

To live together in peace & happiness.

At those times, impossibles were all possible,

Incapables were all capable

 

 

An extraordinary region, unmatched in the world, a fascinating beauty. An exciting artistic treasure. Supernatural harmony of shapes and colours. A perfect landscape for history and art lovers. An invaluable treasure of culture. A bridge between East & West, the melting pot of peoples, languages, religions, cultures, memories. That is Cappadocia.

 

Sacred House, a 250 years old Greek mansion, welcomed it’s guests in 2004 after a decoration period which was carried on with respect to it’s past.

All 21 “concept design” rooms which are all different from each other, keep the marks of different periods and different antique Anatolian culture and offers a hidden comfort at the same time. In the hotel where classic and neo-classic styles meet with the basic colours of romanticism, many fire lights offer  a warm and romantic athmosphere to its guests. All the restoration and decoration of the mansion is contreived with an amatour soul by one of the owners of the hotel, Turan Gülcüoğlu.

 

All designed and decorated in different concepts from each other, Chevalier, Old Chapel, Room of Antique Tiles, Fullmoon Suite, Anka’s Lair, Deep Forest, Fairies Nest, Bacchus, The Harem, The Sultan, The Byzantium Treasury, The King rooms, offer the “first time” experience to their guests with antiques, hand-made furnitures and artistic conformation inside, which  are  parallel to their periods with their name.

 

The menus, comprise of forgotten  recipes of Anatolian  cultures and served on chevalier tables with antique service sets with a  delicate, elegance style and an understanding of service quality that is  special to individuals.

 

In all rooms home made cherry liqueur in crystal bottles, dried, fresh fruits, cake are the kind offers of our hotel to all of our quests.

 

 

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