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Located in the peaceful village of Ovaciftlikkoy, this family-run hotel offers rooms with a balcony and TV with satellite channels. Encircled with leafy apple gardens, free WiFi and free parking are featured at the accommodation. Rooms at the Sultan Pension have minimalist furnishings and include a work desk and en suite bathroom. The balconies offer panoramic landscape views. Guests can enjoy local cuisine made with fresh, organic and seasonal ingredients at the restaurant. The hotel also has a bar, where guests can enjoy drinks and refreshments. The Sultan Pension arranges bird-watching tours to the Sultan Sazligi National Park as well as guided tours to Kapuzbasi Falls. Goreme Open Air Museum is 74 km away.
3.0 Mediocre
Pros: Birds??
Cons: The all- permeating smell of manure, and actual manure on the walkways. One room we booked had a bathroom that had not been cleqned... urine on the toilet seat, and the smell from the dry pea trap adding that little bit of extra stench to make sleep all but impossible in a room where AC had been hoped for(the requested fans not delivered, though promised) and where the anticipated , also- advertised "vegan menu" consisted of lentil soup and cold canned beans. A table set up for us, the only diners and the only visitors, away from the all- male staff who ate their meal as we did ours and did not interface with us except to ask if we wished to take a 3-to 5-hour, paid ( amount not disclosed beforehand) " tour" in isolated marshes ... fortunately my husband got indisposed from the previous night's meal, so we were able to cancel. We didn't wait for the breakfast included in our stay. Also, be extremely careful if using GPS to get to the bird sanctuary, which you can visit without staying in this pension, though they try to convince you otherwise: GPS took us into an agricultural area where the roads were mere mud tracks...and flash floods could make it dangerous. This pension could be a true gem but for the haphazard , all-male style and service. More like a camp than a pension, and do save the shower for when you go to the nearby Cappadocia towns.