Mulberry House is situated in a beautiful and unspoilt part of Turkey. From the terrace you can watch the sun rise or set against the spectacularly beautiful mountain back drop.The terrace is large and shaded. In summer it is the main living area. A breeze blows across the valley from the mountains and over the terrace. The garden is shaded by mulberry and eucalyptus trees, vines,hibiscus, jasmine and fragrant melissa. The views from the terrace are fantastic. There is a traditional Turkish korsk in the garden for total relaxation. It is easy to sit and look at the unspoilt and beautiful view! Storks are often seen flying over the valley. There are four mountain bikes included with the house. This property would suit anyone who was looking for a holiday with a difference, who wanted to experience the 'real' unspoilt Turkey and 'get away from it all.
Mulberry House is a very special place. Relaxing in one of the hammocks under the
stars is an amazing experience. The sky is so black at night it is easy to see the milky way.
During the day the hammocks are shaded by the mulberry trees and you can see grapes growing above your head. Relax with a drink and you will never want to leave!
Mulberry House is a new Turkish house. It has been built to be lived in all year round. Based on the traditional Turkish design of a one-storey building it has 2 bedrooms (sleeping 4, one double, one with 2 single beds) leading onto a central 'salon'. It is possible to sleep an extra 2 people in the salon if required.
Winter flights now make it possible to visit Dalyan easily all year.
Mulberry house has two bathrooms (one is en-suite) and both have showers. The 'salon' includes the kitchen area and a traditional Turkish corner.
"We will be back!" 2011
"It was so lovely to lie in the hammocks and look at the stars." 2008
"The house has everything you need, it was great to have the bikes" 2009
"We wish we could have stayed longer" 2009
'It is an uncluttered place for cluttered minds....it is a great place to unravel...' 2007
"It was almost impossible to leave" 2011