On entering Villa Tugrul to your left is a spacious lounge which has patio doors leading to the travertine patio/sun bathing and dining terrace, infinity swimming pool and lawned garden area. The large shaded terrace with comfortable lounge area is a lovely area to all sit down & enjoy time together sharing a BBQ'ed lunch, a perfect place to relax and while away the day reading a book, enjoying a glass of wine or simply admiring the amazing views. Teak dining table and chairs, quality rattan sun loungers and reclining chairs are dotted around the pool terrace and lawned area of the gardens. The gardens around the front of the villa are lawned with colourful shrubs and palm trees. When dusk falls, the garden is attractively lit for evening alfresco meals. The living area is a vast open plan domed area with natural stone floors, large stone fireplace, dining area, and interior designed furniture (plasma TV, DVD player, Stereo music system). The totally modern Italian made kitchen area has all built in quality appliances: oven, gas hob, large fridge-freezer, washing machine/dryer, microwave and every modern appliance necessary for dining. Down a flight of stairs leads to a sea facing twin bedroom (opening onto the gardens), a dbl bedroom, and a bathroom. On the first floor is the master bedroom with large double bed, LCD Tv, private sea facing balcony with table and chairs, en-suite bathroom with jacuzzi, and a dressing room. At the mezanine Floor is a office/reading area which looks down to the lounge and dining room below. This has a very spacious leather sofa which converts into a double sofa bed if required (allowing sleeping for 2 additional childs). All rooms are fitted with air conditioning units. Villa Tugrul also features a Wi-Fi wireless internet connection.
Turn right on the main road near Ortakent, after 10 km you come to Yalikavak with its small, but busy, center and a harbour where visiting yachts and fishing boats moor cheerfully together. The restaurants in the town center and on the sea front are popular with locals and
Here is little beach, but it's more comfortable to sit in a waterside cafe and watch the world go by. Several buildings have been tastefully restored in the town; a former water cistern has become a small art gallery and a former olive oil press is converted into a kilim
showroom where visitors are welcome.
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