The hotel is situated in the midst of a most peaceful green
valley in Cappadocia. A 7km Hiking Trail departs from the
front door of the Hotel and follows a remote valley with
a beautiful brook flowing down the middle. The cliffs are
dotted with cave dwellings on both sides.
There is an Early Christian Byzantine Cave Church, containing
some frescoes right within the hotel complex itself. There
is also an underground city just across from the Hotel waiting
to be excavated.
The food served at the hotel kitchen is all organic. Breakfast
is presented with home made bread, clotted cream, honeycomb
and fresh fruit is served on a the pretty walled terrace
in the summer months and in a naturally furnished cave room
in the cooler months.
FOR A DEEP SLEEP...
Rooms are carved in to the rock. Materials used for restoration
are locally found natural volcanic stone. The mats are made
out of cotton, no one of them contain any metal.
to German partners who are doctors of Alternative Medicine,
metal blocks the circulation of energy, this way you do
not feel rested even after a long sleep. This is how you
feel after a night in a concrete standard building. Gamirasu
rooms and beds are designed for a complete harmony of human
body with its surrounding. When you wake up, you are full
of energy even after a short sleep. Nothing to disturb your
sleep, except the sound of nature. You have the view of
cave houses where ancient inhabitants lived, just outside
of your window. You can watch women in the village who come
with their pitcher to get their water from the communal
fountain just next to the hotel. Once every two days the
communal “Stone Oven” across the hotel is heated, if you
walk out of your room and accept a warm welcome, you are
invited to taste the hot bred just
coming out of the oven.