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Hoyran Wedre - Old Mansion, Upstairs

Quarto em hotel boutique hospedado por Süleyman & Canan
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The Mansion is a 150 years old building with two floors. On the first floor of the mansion, there are two bed rooms with their own private bath rooms and a big living room and this has also got a very big balcony with a sea and garden view. One of the bedrooms has got a double bed, another one two single beds. The bed rooms open into the living room, where is the kitchen area with a fridge, cooker etc.

O espaço
Hoyran Wedre is located in the quiet village of Hoyran which lies at the foot of the Taurus Mountains at an altitude of 500 m above sea level. It overlooks the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea with views of Kekova island and the Chelidonian cape.

Our guest houses, which are surrounded with aromatic plants of thyme, sage, oregano and trees of carob, bay, olive, fig and almond offer a getaway holiday for those who love to relax in comfort.

The cottages are spaced aesthetically to fit the enviroment which allow guests to rest in the harmony of tranquil surrounds.

Perhaps the most important aspect of Hoyran Wedre is the fact that it is far away from the noise and pollution of industrial cities. The mornings here start with birds singing and a peaceful day is coloured with the grazing of sheep and goats…

Architecture

Hoyran Wedre’s architecture is based on the areas rustic surrounds. Local stone was used in the construction of the cottages amongst the old oak trees. The interior walls of the cottages are plastered with earth, straw and lime (wattle and daub), just like the traditional old houses of the region. This technique allows the walls to breathe, which enables the rooms stay cool in summer and insulated in winter.

All the rooms are tastefully decorated with antique furniture, hand crafted closets, shelves and chest of drawers with a traditional fireplace.

Acesso do hóspede
Our Swimming Pool

The swimming pool is modelled on the shape of the local cistern, alongside is the children’s pool set centre stage with magical views all around.

The beautiful swimming pool offers you the oppotunity to swim, sunbathe, read, relax and daydream.

Our Garden
Hoyran Wedre has a big garden (14000 m square) with a variety of trees including apple, almond, fig, peach, pear, walnut, cherry, kiwi, pomegranate, lemon, carob, bay, oak, olive, and pine.

Our cultivated gardens have been planted in an eco friendly way and our watered from the traditional water depot “akkuyu”. There are over 20 drinking fountains to keep our guests refreshed and two small antique style theatres and numerous secluded sitting areas to enjoy the view.

Our Animals

Our hens provide fresh eggs for breakfast and the garden is also shared by tortoises, squirrels, frogs, and many species of butterfly. Migratory swallows and swifts and resident owls along with eagles and hawks are amongst the wide variety of birdlife to be seen.
The Mansion is a 150 years old building with two floors. On the first floor of the mansion, there are two bed rooms with their own private bath rooms and a big living room and this has also got a very big balcony with a sea and garden view. One of the bedrooms has got a double bed, another one two single beds. The bed rooms open into the living room, where is the kitchen area with a fridge, cooker etc… leia mais

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Quarto 1
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Quarto 2
2 camas de solteiro

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Localização

Demre, Turquia

Hoyran Wedre is situated in a picturesque valley overlooking the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. The idyllic village setting hosts an ancient Lycian city protruding from the lush vegetation. The Lycians were a sea faring nation and a fiercely independent people setting in the area from circa 1300BC. As one of the oldest civilizations in Anatolia the Lycian warriors fought on the sea of the Trojans in Homer’s classics battle for Troy.

Hoyran Wedre translates to “land of the goddess” and a tour through the ruins certainly lives up to the name. After passing the traditional stone houses and almond groves, one leaves the village behind to cross stone wall terraces of cultivated land. A Lycian “house type” tomb chiselled out of the cliff face protects the entrance to the sight, as the path rises on worn steps cut into the rock. Aromas of sage, oregano and bay fill the air as one brushes past the greenery set in the rugged terrain. The path winds up the hillside past numerous sarcophagi (tombs) with gothic style lids entering a small valley and the cities necropolis. In early spring the valley is filled with a carpet of crown daisies dotted with splashes of colour from other wild flowers.

A pillar tomb with a warrior relief mark the way as the path sneaks back into the greenery. Hidden behind are two sculptured rock tombs, one boasting a frieze of family union intricately carved on a side wall. The other has cockerels, partridges and griffons decorating the front facade. A stone slab door sealed the entrance to benches where bodies were laid and treasures were stowed for journey to the “afterlife”. The prominent position of all the tombs show the importance of worshipping the dead with niches cut for ceremonial offerings.

Beyond the tomb lies a secret passage through the rock and descending to a buttressed terrace for one of the most spectacular views along the Turkish coastline. Below lies Kekova island with its sunken port and ancient sites of Simena, Theimussa, Istlada and Andriake can be viewed from this magical spot. The acropolis is placed below the ridge with defensive and supporting walls dividing the hillside. From the ridge the snow capped peaks of the western Taurus are viewed forming the barrier to the interior of the Anatolian plain. From these rocky outcrops signals could be sent as lines of communication to neighbouring cities to warn of advancing armies…

Birds of prey soar high on the uplift from our vantage point and an ancient mule path zigzags down the mountainside connecting to the ports of Kekova. Another walk crosses the hinterland through fertile valleys to the hilltop citadel of Kyaneai. The peace and the tranquillity of the area is to be enjoyed by all in the beautiful natural surrounds which stand frozen in time.

Myra Region

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Hoyran Wedre is situated in a picturesque valley overlooking the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. The idyllic village setting hosts an ancient Lycian city protruding from the lush vegetation. The Lycians were a sea faring nation and a fiercely independent people setting in the area from circa 1300BC. As one of the oldest civilizations in Anatolia the Lycian warriors fought on the sea of the Trojans in Homer’s classics battle for Troy.

Hoyran Wedre translates to “land of the goddess” and a tour through the ruins certainly lives up to the name. After passing the traditional stone houses and almond groves, one leaves the village behind to cross stone wall terraces of cultivated land. A Lycian “house type” tomb chiselled out of the cliff face protects the entrance to the sight, as the path rises on worn steps cut into the rock. Aromas of sage, oregano and bay fill the air as one brushes past the greenery set in the rugged terrain. The path winds up the hillside past numerous sarcophagi (tombs) with gothic style lids entering a small valley and the cities necropolis. In early spring the valley is filled with a carpet of crown daisies dotted with splashes of colour from other wild flowers.

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A pillar tomb with a warrior relief mark the way as the path sneaks back into the greenery. Hidden behind are two sculptured rock tombs, one boasting a frieze of family union intricately carved on a side wall. The other has cockerels, partridges and griffons decorating the front facade. A stone slab door sealed the entrance to benches where bodies were laid and treasures were stowed for journey to the “afterlife”. The prominent position of all the tombs show the importance of worshipping the dead with niches cut for ceremonial offerings.

Beyond the tomb lies a secret passage through the rock and descending to a buttressed terrace for one of the most spectacular views along the Turkish coastline. Below lies Kekova island with its sunken port and ancient sites of Simena, Theimussa, Istlada and Andriake can be viewed from this magical spot. The acropolis is placed below the ridge with defensive and supporting walls dividing the hillside. From the ridge the snow capped peaks of the western Taurus are viewed forming the barrier to the interior of the Anatolian plain. From these rocky outcrops signals could be sent as lines of communication to neighbouring cities to warn of advancing armies…

Birds of prey soar high on the uplift from our vantage point and an ancient mule path zigzags down the mountainside connecting to the ports of Kekova. Another walk crosses the hinterland through fertile valleys to the hilltop citadel of Kyaneai. The peace and the tranquillity of the area is to be enjoyed by all in the beautiful natural surrounds which stand frozen in time.
Myra Region

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Myra was a leading city of the Lycian Union and surpassed Xanthos in early Byzantine times to become the capital city of Lycia. Its remains are situated about 1.5 km north of today’s Demre, on the Kaş-Finike road. Most of the ancient city is now covered by Demre and alluvial silts, for it is located on the river Demre Cay in a fertile alluvial plain. Today this large plain is almost covered with greenhouses stuffed full of tomatoes. In ancient times this area was probably farmed extensively, for export and trade with the interior of Lycia.

St. Nicholas
The Church of St. Nicholas in ancient Myra (modern Kale or Demre) is a ruined Byzantine church containing the tomb of St. Nicholas of Myra (the inspiration for Santa Claus), as well as many fine mosaics and murals.

History

St. Nicholas was born in Patara around 300, became bishop of Myra, and died around 350. Only these basic details are known to history, but legends abound concerning the life of the saint. A much-embellished hagiography (life of the saint) was written by Simon Metaphrastes in the 10th century.

St. Nicholas is said to have been born of wealthy parents and to have traveled to the Holy Land in his youth. He was tortured and imprisoned during the persecutions of Diocletian, and released when Constantine ordered official toleration of Christians. Nicholas is said to have attended the famous Council of Nicea in 325 (although his name does not appear in the official lists), where he became so infuriated by the heretic Arius that he slapped him hard in the face!

For more information please visit the website: http://www.sacred-destinations.com/turkey/kale-church-of-st-nicholas-myra.htm

Andriake
Known as the port of Myra, Andriace is in Cayagzi, which is a five-minute drive from the Finike- Kas Road via Sapag (past the Demre exit), by continuing for a few kilometeres later at the harbor.

Although described as the port of Myra, 14, Water canal Andriace was actually founded as a sister -town 15-19, Churches 20, Necropolis around the same time as Myra, It was taken in 197 21-22, Sarcophagi B.C, by the fleet of Antiochus III along with the The ancient harbor of Andriace, other Anatolian settlements in the hands of the which has been transformed Ptolemies at the time. Emperor Trajan had stated into a marshy lake, his plans to develop Myra as a port after visiting the area, but this plan was not realized until the of Hadrian.

Kekova – Simena Region
Simena is a popular Lycian site, situated upon one of the most attractive spots of the Turkish coast. The name “Kekova” is Turkish for “plain of thyme” and describes the region encompassing the island of Kekova, the villages of Kaleköy and Üçağiz and the three ancient towns of Simena, Teimussa and Tersane (meaning “shipyard”, as its bay was the site of an ancient shipyard, with mostly Byzantine ruins). Both Simena and Teimussa have a large necropolis. Teimussa is now the village of Üçağiz, where boats set off for tours of the area.

Kaş
Kas was one of the most important cities of Lycia, and is now a small resort with great historical interest. Its quaint town centre has a rocky waterfront, with good beaches nearby. There are watersports available in the area, like canoeing,jet-skiing, diving and paragliding, plus cavern diving, which uses technical equipment to explore the deep and dark caverns. For those who love travelling on the water, the Mavi Yolculuk (Blue Voyage) tours, and other excursions on boats, can be madeto the surrounding islands.

History

Habesos is the earliest known name of the ancient city, as proved from archaeological findings. But the name Antiphellos is far more familiar, and this was the harbour of ancient Phellos. Excavations here have revealed a settlement dating back to the4th century BC, possibly earlier, although it reached its height of importance during the Roman and Byzantine periods, when it was a centre for Bishops. It had also been significant in the world of sea-faring commerce, and during the Roman era wasespecially famous for its exported sponges. It was attacked by Arabs, then added to the territory of the Anatolian Seljuks, and took the name Andifli. After the destruction of the Anatolian Seljuk state, the Ottomans added it to its lands. The name Kas means ‘eyebrow’, or ‘something curved’, describing the shape of the town under the backdrop of 500m high cliffs behind.

Kalkan
Kalkan does not seem to have been a place of settlement in antiquity (then known as Phoenicus), though it was the place of the only safe harbour between Kaş and Fethiye and would have offered safety to ships during rough weather. Indeed, a fierce battle was once fought in the bay after Roman and Rhodian ships, unable to attack the neighbouring Lycian port of Patara due to bad weather, found short-lived safety in Kalkan’s bay. Today’s ships still find safe harbour in Kalkan when the seas are rough.

The Lycian coast was famous for its piracy and Kalkan bay no doubt provided a convenient hiding place for pirates to suddenly pounce upon the many heavily-laden merchant ships sailing by.

Patara Region
Patara was the major naval and trading port of Lycia, located at the mouth of the Xanthos River, until it silted up and turned into a malaria-plagued marsh. It is not far from the sites of Letoon and Xanthos and a day trip from Kalkan, Kaş or Fethiye could easily combine the sites. Beautiful 12 km-long Patara Beach, voted one of the top beaches in the world by Times Online – Best of 2005, is an easy 10-15 minute stroll away from the major ruins at Patara. The Patara area is a national park, a key biodiversity area and is rich in birdlife
Hoyran Wedre is situated in a picturesque valley overlooking the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. The idyllic village setting hosts an ancient Lycian city protruding from the lush vegetation. The Lycians…

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Akdeniz çocuğu olarak uzun yıllarım büyük şehirde geçti. Özel sektörün sıkıştırılmış stres dolu yaşamından kurtulmak, kendimize ve hobilerimize daha fazla zaman ayırabilmek daha fazla kitap okuyabilme, daha çok seyahat edebilme, resim yapmaya ve edebiyata zaman ayırabilme; toplumsal işlere daha fazla katkıda bulunabilme amacıyla sevgili eşim Canan ve ben küçük bir köyde daha basit bir hayat sürdürme kararı aldık. Hayalimizi gerçekleştireceğimiz küçük köyü bulmak amacıyla Çanakkale’den Antalya’ya kadar uzun bir araştırma ve inceleme gezisine çıktım. Belki de Akdenizli olmam nedeniyle doğduğum köy Davazlar’a 3 km uzaklıktaki Hoyran köyünü hayalimizi gerçekleştireceğimiz köy olarak gördüm. Davazlarda doğmuş olmama rağmen Hoyran köyüne daha önce hiç gelmemiştim. 2006 yılında istediğimiz gibi bir ortam yarattık. Ve istedik ki bu güzelliği tek başımıza yaşamayalım. Bu nedenle; bu güzel ortamı modern yaşamın enerjimizi tüketen ortamından bir müddetliğine de olsa uzaklaşmak ve büyük şehrin her türlü kirliliğinden arınmak isteyenlerle paylaşma kararı aldık. Konuklarımıza stres ve her türlü kirlilikten uzak ortam sunarken içinde bulunduğumuz köy halkına da iş imkanı yaratarak ve onlardan süt, tereyağı, keçi peyniri, pekmez alarak onların bütçelerine katkıda bulunmaya çalıştık ve bu çabamızı hala da sürdürmekteyiz. Akdeniz denince akla ilk turizmin geldiği bölgemizde, yöresel Akdeniz mimarisinin bütün özelliklerini koruyarak yaptığımız evlerimiz ve doğal yaşamın tüm oluşumları ile turizmin başka türlüsünün de mümkün olduğunu göstermek istedik. Bizden çok fazla profesyonellik beklemeyin. Çünkü biz profesyonel yaşamdan kaçıp geldik, ancak amatör ruhumuzla size rahat ve unutamayacağınız bir dinlenme vaadedebiliriz.
Akdeniz çocuğu olarak uzun yıllarım büyük şehirde geçti. Özel sektörün sıkıştırılmış stres dolu yaşamından kurtulmak, kendimize ve hobilerimize daha fazla zaman ayırabilmek daha fa…
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