Milat Cave Hotel
Hotel, Double Room with Private Bathroom
İsali Gaferli Avcılar Mah. Kağnıyolu Sok. 11/1A, 50180 Goreme, Turkey
Boasting a garden and a restaurant, Milat Cave Hotel is set in Goreme. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with a terrace. A tour desk can provide information on the area. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a kettle, a shower, free toiletries and a wardrobe. All rooms come with a private bathroom with a hair dryer, while selected rooms come with a terrace and others also have mountain views. Guest rooms are fitted with a seating area. A continental breakfast is served every morning at the property. The property has a hot tub. Goreme Open Air Museum is 1.2 miles from the property while city centre is 550 yards away. Kapadokya is 1.8 miles from the hotel. The nearest airport is Nevsehir Airport, 18 miles from Milat Cave Hotel.
❝I super loved the hotel. Its location is ideal, very close to the center. The staff were very accommodating and guests satisfaction is of utmost importance. Best room for solo glider. Comfy bed, clean toilet and bath, spacious room as a whole. And they have three terraces which gives you a great view of the hot air balloons in the morning. What more could you ask for, extraordinary accommodation in the most magical tourist destination.❞
❝Its accessible, near the market, very neat and tidy, warm at night in winters. Beautiful scenic views from the gallery and interior is very nice to take mesmerising pictures!❞
Göreme is a town in the Cappadocia region of central Turkey. Just east of town is the Göreme Open Air Museum, with cave churches and frescoes from the 10th to 12th centuries. Southwest is Uçhisar Castle, a fortification carved into a large rock, with panoramic views from the top. To the north, the landscape at Paşabağ Valley is known for Cappadocia’s “fairy chimneys,” cone-shaped rock formations. A popular way to see these formations is via hot-air balloon. The nearby town of Avanos is known for its pottery traditions and natural red-clay landscape. Northeast of Göreme, in Rose Valley, hiking trails weave through natural multicolored rock formations and past cave churches. To the south is the Kaymaklı Underground City, where labyrinthine halls and rooms were dug into the volcanic earth around 2000 B.C. and used to hide from invaders. The green Ihlara Valley, farther southwest, has hiking trails among lush vineyards, a river and rock-cut churches.