All the rooms here are named after fruit and have a fresh, minimalist appeal with liberal use of white-on-white decor with wood accents. Grab 'Greyfurt' (Grapefruit) or 'Dut' (Mulberry) to wake up with views over the ruins of Kesik Minare; avoid 'Portakal' (Orange), which has a substandard shower. The rear courtyard bar is a suave hang-out.
At the front, right next to Kesik Minare, the trellis-shaded restaurant (mains ₺20) offers appealing open-air dining, serving Turkish dishes and pizza as the strain of a busker drifts down the lanes.
The rooms of Villa Verde Pension offer views of the minaret, one of the most important monuments in Antalya's magnificent Old Town. They are equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV, free Wi-Fi and safe for your valuables.
The 280-m² garden and beautiful terrace of Villa Verde Pension are great for relaxation under the shade of large trees. Roman-era items that were found here, including a clay water pipe, can be admired around the garden.