If this 250-year-old Greek mansion is good enough for the ex-mayor to sleep in, it's good enough for us. Although it's best known for its Ottoman-flavoured set menus (from ₺50), enjoyed in the atmospheric grand halls, this place also has 14 generously sized, spotlessly clean rooms with an antique vibe.
The village of Mustafapasa, high in the historic region of Cappadocia is home to the Old Greek House, a 19th Century property with a famed traditional restaurant. The hotel can arrange airport transfers and offers rustic charm with modern fittings. Exposed stone walls and traditional rugs feature in each characterful room. Most of the Old Greek House’s rooms look out onto the hotel’s terrace and all come with a seating area and central heating. The hotel’s restaurant exemplifies Turkish tradition, home-made cuisine is served in Arabic-styled dining rooms where guests are seated on hand-woven rugs. All food is organic and sourced locally. The area is famous for its spectacular landscapes and the hotel can aid guests in organising tours by foot, bicycle and even by hot air balloon. The town is a 20-minute drive from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Göreme National Park. Nevsehir Airport is 45 km away and Ankara is a 4 hour drive from the property.