AddressAtaturk Mah. 1048 Sok.No.3 Selcuk- Izmir SelcukSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Recommended by readers, this longtime favourite offers a dozen rooms in two buildings, unique for their colourful hanging textiles and handcrafted furniture made by owner Derviş, a carpenter and antiques collector. Enjoy good views and dinners on the roof terraces. There are also budget rooms with shared bathroom.
Our independent authors have visited Homeros Pension and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Selçuk.
Description provided by property
Homeros Pension is run by Dervis and his family.
Since 1991, Homeros has been a popular place with travellers. It is located in the old (and quiet!) part of Selcuk town with a splendid 360' view from the rooftop terrace.
From the rooftop terrace, you can see all the sights and plan how you will visit them all: St John's Basilica (100m walk), Isa Bey Mosque (200m walk), Artemis Temple -one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World (300m walk), the Museum (150m) and Ephesus (3km).
Come to Homeros for the location; you will stay for the delightful Turkish family experience. Then you will find it hard to leave Selcuk and the Homeros.
Rates include a great breakfast to start the day. Dinner is optional (cooked by Momma).
The clean and comfortable rooms are individually decorated with local antiques, most have en-suite bathroom and air-condition.
Homeros provides transport to Ephesus, bicycle use and free Internet (wireless). Your host is Dervis with his family.
Check the Lonely Planet, The Rough Guide and other guide books for very positive reviews of the Homeros Pension
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Breakfast Included
- Bicycle Hire
- Board games
- Book Exchange
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Outdoor Terrace
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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