Fethiye, Aegean, Turkey
£102 - £143 per night
£710 - £995 per week
Vacation Villa Rental Description:
A luxury detached Villa with a private pool giving stunning views over the Uzumlu plateau. The traditional Ottoman village of Uzumlu is a 2km walk away with many restaurants, bars, an excellent wine house, shops and a Friday market. Villa Kadyanda is in an elevated position with views of the nearby mountains and benefits from cool breezes even in mid-summer. The villa is an ideal holiday venue for extended families with children or for larger groups of friends.
From the entrance hall an arch leads into a fully equipped kitchen, another arch leads to a lounge with TV/DVD/CD and a wood-burning fire and a further archway leads to the seven seat dining room. A separate second lounge has a stereo sound system with iPod dock and a library of DVDs, CDs and games and there is Wi-Fi Internet throughout. There is a toilet/shower room and all ground floor rooms access the outside veranda with another 6 seat dining area, gas and charcoal BBQs and a child protected private pool. Downstairs is a large Gym/Games Room with table tennis, darts, quoits, weights, a punch bag, a cross-trainer, surround sound theatre system and a Wii with 40 games. There is a bar area and a toilet/shower room and patio doors lead out to a secluded sun terrace.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two king-size doubles (one with en-suite full bathroom) and a twin, each with private sun terraces and also a full family bathroom. The second floor has a twin bedroom and a family bedroom (king-size and single bed and a cot) which has a hidden sun terrace and there is also a toilet/shower room on this level. All rooms are air-conditioned and have stylish handmade local furniture and all double beds are king size.
The self-catering holiday villa is 45 minutes from Dalaman Airport, 20 minutes from Calis Beach and 30 minutes from Olu Deniz and Fethiye Town. Above Uzumlu village is the ancient Roman/Lycian city of Cadianda which can be reached in 15 minutes and is well worth a visit to see the amazing archaeology.