Kusadasi Kusadasi Cennet Pension
Camiatik Mah. Yildirim Cad. 69
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Our property is a family run, bed and breakfast/pension, located on one of the oldest streets in Kusadasi. You can reach any point in the city quickly and easily from our pension. It is just a 5 minutes walking distance to the shopping bazaar, bar street and the harbour.
In the friendly pension garden you can have your breakfast and order delicious traditional Turkish dishes. Enjoy looking out from the garden and roof where you will have a wonderful view around the old and new parts of the town, the harbour, the mountains and the bay of Kusadasi. You can also relax on the terrace, read a book or sunbathe.
We offer several different type of rooms:
Room 1: Double bed, shower/WC, two windows with a view of the garden and the street.
Room 2: Two single beds, shared shower/WC with room 3 and a window on to the street.
Room 3: One double bed + one single bed, shared shower/WC with room 2, two windows on to the garden, one window to the street, one window with a view over the town and the sea.
Room 4: One double bed, small seating area, shower/WC, two windows on to the garden and the street
We welcome regular guests from all over the world . After enjoying the atmosphere and friendly services which are offered at our pension, you will also be one of them, we believe. Ayten Altunsoy and her sister Ulviye do everything possible to make you feel comfortable. Sibylle and Ahmet Altunsoy can answer your questions and give advise in English and German.
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