Welcome to Turan Hill Lounge
Turan Hill Lounge was the first campsite to start life and living in Kabak Bay. For the last 27 years, it has been admired as a hidden getaway by nature lovers throughout the world due to its unique location, appealing style in every detail and delicious home-cooked style food.
Turan Hill Lounge in The Guardian
In Guardian’s 22 May 2014’s paper, Turan Hill Lounge was issued as “One of the top 10 Hotels in Turkey for families”
Just under 10 miles south of Turkey’s most famous beach, Ölüdeniz, Turan Hill Lounge feels utterly isolated – you have to clamber into a shared 4×4 taxi for the final leg of the journey into Kabak Valley. But it’s worth it. Rustic houses are decorated in colourful Turkish textiles; driftwood decks, piled high with cushions, overlook the beach below. Splash around in the pool, then indulge in the hotel’s buffet (picky eaters and special diets happily catered for). Or trek through oleanders and olive trees to the nearby waterfall, stopping for a swim in the natural ponds along the way.
+90 252 642 1227, turanhilllounge.com, half-board from £40pp, under-fives free. Minimum three-night stay in July and August.
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Tel: 0090 252 642 12 27
Mobile: 0090 532 710 10 77
Within only 5 mins of walking distance to the beach, Turan Hill Lounge is located on the most beautiful slope of the bay, having the panoramic view of the valley and the sea. It is surrounded by a wondrous canyon towering up to eight hundred metres high. In its backyard lies a thick, lush forest and the Aladere Waterfall giving life to a numerous species, supporting a harmonious wild life.
Together with its white cushioned terraces overlooking the magical sceneries, its large library, its temple-like fireplace and vases full of wild flowers, Turan Hill Lounge offers a lovely and unique setting embracing its guests with interesting tales seated deeply in its dear past.