The Everest is a small family-run hotel situated in the peaceful Turkish countryside just 4 kilometres from the beautiful beach resort of Ölüdeniz, and is ideally located for a fantastic holiday for couples and families alike. The Hotel is situated in open countryside at the foot of the Babadağ Mountain, and it benefits from a delightful cooling breeze throughout the day.
Meals are served in the pleasant shaded dining area next to the pool. For breakfast guests can choose a traditional Turkish breakfast, or a range of English breakfast options are always available. A comprehensive menu of snacks and meals is available from the bar throughout the day and evening - there are no set kitchen times at the Everest, but fresh local gateaux and tea or coffee are a great afternoon favourite!
The wonderfully peaceful sun terrace is well furnished with sun beds and sunshades to allow you to work on your tan whilst catching up on your holiday reading. Whilst a regular dip in the superb swimming pool is the ideal way to keep cool.
If you haven't planned a trip to the local market or one of the many trips and excursions available then you might be tempted to try your hand at the pool table, darts or table football. If that sounds too energetic, but you've had enough sun for the day, then you can relax in a shaded sitting area to plan your evening's entertainment.
Regular Turkish nights are held at the hotel. A lavish barbecue is prepared, the drink flows freely and a belly dancer is on hand to give a demonstration of this traditional art. To prove how difficult it really is, guests are positively encouraged, to have a try themselves and before the evening ends the entire hotel is usually dancing around the pool. The accommodation available at the Hotel Everest comprises ten comfortable hotel rooms and ten spacious family sc apartments. The hotel rooms are either double or twin-bedded and are ideal for a couple or a small family. An additional cot can be provided to sleep an infant up to 18 months old. The apartments contain a double bedroom and a large living area with two comfortable single sofa beds. They also have a kitchen area and fridge. They are perfect for anyone who wants more spacious accommodation or for those with a larger family. All accommodation has private showers and toilets, with air-con, and all have their own balconies.
Hotel Room and Apartment rates from 15th Apr till the 31st Oct 2010.
Hotel rooms one week for £180 and two weeks for £250.
Apartments one week for £250 and two weeks for £350.
Price includes your transfer from Dalaman Airport (approximately 60 minutes away). Special rates are usually available if more than one room is required or for stays in excess of two weeks.
For Further information or check availability call free on 0800 53 000 53 and talk to one of are friendly staff.
The charming hill town of Hisaronu, a short distance inland from Turkey's Mediterranean coast, has boomed into a popular holiday resort bristling with hotels, bars, restaurants, shops and tour operators, ideally situated for those intent on exploring the region and enjoying an active holiday. Hisaronu is centrally located on the 'Turquoise Coast', within a short 'dolmus' (local taxi) ride from the busy centre of Fethiye, the beautiful seaside resort of Oludeniz with its blue lagoon and crescent beach, and numerous sites of interest. The surrounding area offers a ruggedly beautiful landscape, ideal for holidaymakers keen on walking, and a coast filled with secluded bays and coves accessed through winding forest paths. Being set at high altitude the town also has the advantage of being cooler and less humid than the coast, a pleasant refuge to retreat to after a day in the summer sun. Shopping: The main street of Hisaronu is well supplied with a variety of stores selling everything holidaymakers look for in Turkey, from fake designer-wear to carpets and leather goods. Haggling is expected and part of the shopping experience. Restaurants: Hisaronu has a veritable smorgasbord of restaurants to cater for the tastes of international tourists, from traditional English to sizzling pizzas and spicy Mexican. Most are along the main street, including favourites like the Shine Indian Restaurant and the Dragonara Chinese restaurant. For traditional Turkish delights the Olive Tree is hard to beat. Nightlife: The nightlife of Hisaronu is legendary on the 'Turquoise Coast', its clubs and pubs rocking until the early hours during the summer season. Holidaymakers will find everything from Turkish theme nights to British soccer, 60s discos or full-on nightclubs. Activities: There is no need to spend all day lying on the beautiful Oludeniz beach, or beside the hotel pool (unless this is the option you prefer). Hisaronu is packed with opportunities to get out and about. Most popular activities are paragliding from Babadag Mountain to land on the beach; canoeing down the Xanthos river to Patara; pitching paintballs in the pine forests; visiting the bazaar in nearby Fethiye; taking a glass-bottom boat trip; taking a day trip to the Greek island of Rhodes; and an excursion to the 'ghost town' of Kayakoy.