You'll feel like you're staying with friends or family at this lovingly restored courtyard house. Meals are prepared by host Jale Özaslan, and can include gossamer-light katmer (flatbread layered with nuts and clotted cream) for breakfast, and the local speciality of yuvarlama (soup made with rice, meat, chickpeas and yoghurt) for dinner. Evening meals are often lingering al fresco affairs.
Occupying a beautifully restored Ottoman townhouse dating back to 1891, this intimate hotel offers traditional-style accommodation in the Şekeroğlu Quarter of Gaziantep, the city's historical and cultural centre. Asude Konak Hotel has 5 individually decorated rooms that combine period atmosphere with modern amenities. They all come with air conditioning, mini fridge, TV and free Wi-Fi. The restaurant of Asude Konak Hotel serves delicious local cuisine. Some of the rooms of the townhouse serve as a museum of the old Turkish way of life. Close to the Asude Konak you will find many tourist attractions, such as Gaziantep Castle, Naib Turkish Bath, Tahtani Mosque and Bakırcılar Bazaar. Gaziantep Airport is approximately 20 kilometres away.