Fresko Restaurant has indoor seating for 65 persons, and a large terrace for 100, serving eclectic, contemporary Turkish cuisine. Boasting a stone oven, it will offer local specialties such as ‘pide’ and ‘lahmacun’. The interior features frescoes and original stone arches. The restaurant overlooks the central town square and imposing ‘hisar’ rock formation, as well as the majestic Mt. Erciyes and the winding colonnade of fairy chimneys in the Balkan Valley.
The House Hotel Cappadocia is located in central Cappadocia in the town of Ortahisar, means ‘middle fortress’ a reference to its towering volcanic rock formation. Set off the town’s main square, it overlooks the ‘hisar’ and surrounding fairy chimneys.
The House Hotel Cappadocia is set in a complex of ancient caves and stone houses. Guests are encouraged to engage with and become part of the community, with its coffeehouses, barbershops and museum of local history. The interior retains original touches such as fireplaces, storage alcoves and even a buried wine press and fermentation vat. Every room is unique, with its design and interior inspired by its physical properties. Many rooms feature frescoes and crown moldings evoking Cappadocia’s heritage. The House Hotel Cappadocia has one restaurant, with indoor seating plus a large terrace. A 350m2 spa has a Turkish Hamam, sauna, steam rooms and a treatment room. The spa features Lokum Istanbul ‘Hamam Rituals’ bath products made exclusively for The House Hotels.
Our 1 Deluxe Twin and 5 Deluxe King rooms are all unique, and measure an average of 21m2. The interiors are inspired by their physical properties, and come in three moods: Regal Classic, Raw Luxury and Contemporary Classic.
Our 2 Chapelle Twin and 11 Chapelle King rooms are all unique, with a dedicated seating area, and measure an average of 30m2. The interiors are inspired by their physical properties, and come in three moods: Regal Classic, Raw Luxury and Contemporary Classic.
Our 4 Deluxe Suites are all unique, with a separate living room and bedroom, and measure an average of 35m2. The interiors are inspired by their physical properties, and come in three moods: Regal Classic, Raw Luxury and Contemporary Classic.
Our 6 Chapelle Suites are all unique, with a separate living room and bedroom, and measure an average of 45m2. They have oversized bathrooms with a bathtub, and a private outdoor seating area. The interiors are inspired by their physical properties, and come in three moods: Regal Classic, Raw Luxury and Contemporary Classic.
Our roof top terrace with panoramic views of the Balkan Valley’s fairy chimneys and the Erciyes Mountain, or our indoor restaurant Fresko Lokanta are the perfect venues for your meetings and events.
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The 350m2 spa at The House Hotel Cappadocia boasts a mystical underground setting. It features a traditional Turkish Hamam, sauna, steam rooms, 4 treatment rooms for massages and facials, and 2 adventure showers. The spa features Lokum Istanbul ‘Hamam Rituals’ bath products made exclusively for The House Hotels. There are also opportunities for meditation.
Authentic Village Life
Ortahisar is a charming village in central Cappadocia, relatively untouched by tourism—horse drawn carriages still clatter down its cobblestone streets, and the residents greet each by name. At the heart of Ortahisar is the impressive ‘hisar’ or fortress from which the town gets its name. Today, the town retains its authentic feel, with a central square surrounded by mosques, coffee houses, ateliers, antique shops and traditional barbershops.
The House Hotel Cappadocia aims to add value to the region and offer guests a local, immersive experience, encouraging them to engage with and become part of the community.
Hot air balloon flights start with the first lights of the day when only you and the Mother Nature is awake! Witnessing the sun rise while watching the preparations are among the spectacular experiences. Ballooning is a very nice way of spending time with family & kids, celebrate a birthday, propose to your loved one, repeating your vow, a special present to be remembered, highlight for a successful incentive gathering or even to get married in the basket. You can enjoy this unique landscape with bird eye without an engine!
Cappadocia has several valleys thanks to its volcanic formation and the water erosion that took place thousands of years ago. All the valleys houses extraordinary formations, landscapes, fauna and colors. An experienced hiker is best to assist you to the valleys of Cappadocia so you can find the hidden churches and dwellings in the valleys easily.
This amazing nature gives you opportunity to cycle through the paths of Cappadocia and seeing the villagers going to their small fields and gardens in the valleys. Since you can stop whenever and wherever you want, you can capture great pictures of the landscape of Cappadocia.
Something like a cross between the Grand Canyon and a moonscape, Cappadocia boasts some of the world’s most unusual and spectacular landscapes. Traversing the countless valleys and mountains by horseback brings riders in touch with the area’s breath-taking beauty. Forget the tour buses or even the rental cars – this astonishing region of Central Anatolia is truly best seen by horseback.
Whirling dervishes ceremony
Sufi whirling is a form of Sama or physically active meditation which originated among Sufis, and which is still practiced by the Sufi Dervishes of the Mevlevi order. It is a customary dance performed within the Sema, or worship ceremony, through which dervishes (also called semazens) aim to reach the source of all perfection, or kamala. Revolving from right to left around the heart, The Semazen embraces all humanity with love. The human being has been created with love in order to love. Mevlâna Jalâluddîn
Rumi says, “All loves are a bridge to Divine love. Yet, those who have not had a taste of it do not know!”
Full day historical/cultural tour of Cappadocia
Cappadocia has been home to many civilizations and it welcomes you to have a main
idea about its magical surroundings on this panoramic tour.
Thanks to the several civilizations that has created a very big heritage in Cappadocia; the kitchen of the region is affected positively from these Civilizations as well. Today, this is blended with the contemporary ways of cooking but the ingredients are still traditional. You can experience a shopping with the cook or start directly in the kitchen with going deeper into the kitchen culture of Cappadocia. For more information on experiences please contact with email@example.com
The House Hotel
Eski Mahallesi Hacı Telgraf Caddesi No:3/1 Ortahisar Kasabası, Ürgüp, Nevşehir
Phone: +90 (384) 343 24 25
Fax: +90 (384) 343 24 26