Our charming cottage is the best location for getaways! The 40sqm cottage has all you need during your stay and is located in an idyllic landscape surrounded with olive trees and vineyards, away from the buzz of city life.
As of 2017, due to the government regulations, we are required to forward ID of each guest staying at our house to the local authorities. We therefore kindly ask our guests to be prepared to send a copy of their Turkish or international identification upon check-in.
We have 3 very important rules about the use of our house:
1) We, as a family are non-smokers. Therefore we expect you to respect this fact by not smoking indoors.
2) We hope that you to leave the house in a good condition, without damages to the furniture.
3) We expect you to be respectful to the surroundings, and keep in mind that this is a calm farming area.
Failure in respecting these rules may result in cuts from the deposit. For detailed instructions, please refer to the house manual once you arrive at our house.
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I am a young architect currently living in the Danish capital, Copenhagen. After having having lived the first 18 years of my life in Turkey, I set out to travel further: I have now been living around Europe for the past 8 years. First in Italy, then in the Netherlands and finally, Denmark. I currently find myself in a lovely country, and a lovely city - Copenhagen.
Being an architect means I dedicate most of my time for my craft - something I rarely describe as 'work'. This can be office projects, trips to unique works of architecture, or time spent on improving a personal hobby - they all add up to what I wish to manifest as an architect. Apart from the sphere of architecture, sports are a great passion as I love to learn new ways of using my body and keep myself in shape. I love being outdoors, enjoying any type of weather, and travelling to new places, whether it be cities or the nature.
Airbnb allows me to truly share my passion for travelling with others. Personally, being a host is the greatest joy for me: I love being able to provide shelter for travellers from different countries and cultures, getting to meet them and to be able to make their journey worthwhile.