My little, simply furnished 18-room-pension is because of modest prices especially attractive for backpackers. The pension is located in quiet surroundings. It is next to the antique greek amphitheatre. However, it is only a five minute walk to the city centre and Kas harbour. There are various shopping opportunities and restaurants near the pension.
Kas is also a part of the route of 'Lycian Way' , a 500 kilometre waymarked footpath around the coast of Lycia.
By the way: HILAL means - crescent
We have a friendly and familiar atmosphere. All rooms are with shower, toilet and balcony and rooms have AC.
Hilal Pension offer Turkish breakfast to our guests and dinner (if you like on the terrace). its cost 7,5 tl open bfe breakfast
price: 40 YTL for 2 simple beds room, which corresponds to approx. 23 Euros
Poor breakfast, according to what they claim,
Didn´t see any mosquito net in any room and bedroom were smelling like urine near bathroom.
They asked for 2 YTL just for warming up the milk, on breakfast!!!!
Moreover, we were looking for a pension that let us keep the luggage and take a shower at the end of the following day. He said it was no problem and we could keep the luggage there after check-out and take a shower at the end of the day in the terrace. After paying the room at check-out, the owner simply said that we could keep the luggage their but we couldn´t take any shower!!!
There are manny pensions in Kas, my suggestion is to avoid this one, they just don't have basic respect to tourists (didn't have with us).
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