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Kurabiye Hotel is hosting guests since 2010 and it is the first hotel established in Alaçatı’s most beautiful and popular neighbour Hacı Memiş Mahallesi. Every year many travel section journalists and travel bloggers visit Kurabiye Hotel. It has been selected as the best hotel in Turkey in its own category by TripAdvisor and has been receiving “The Certificate of Excellence” from booking.com every year.

ROOMS

Each of our rooms are white and blue based true to the Mediterrenean soul yet are different than eachoter. We only used natural materials in the decoration and aim to make your stay as serene as possible and get you away from all the chaos of city life.

Kurabiye otele yürüme mesafesinde, köyün en güzel noktası olan Dutlu Kahve meydanına 50 mt. mesafedeki. Kurabiye Taş Ev, yaklaşık 200 yaşında Alaçatı’nın en güzel evlerinden birisidir. 150 m2, 2 katlı taş evimizin, keyifle kullanabileceğiniz limon ve zeytin ağaçlarının olduğu 100 m2 bahçesi bulunmaktadır.

Zemin katında bir oturma odası, mutfak ve yemek odası, üst katında 2 geniş yatak odası ve banyo bulunmaktadır.

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Stone House
The Cookies Stone House is about 200 years old, one of the most beautiful houses of Alaçatı. Our 150 m², 2-storey stone house has a 100 m² garden with lemon and olive trees that you can enjoy. There is also a barbecue and a small bar area in the garden.
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Small Stone House

Kurabiye’s “Little Stone House” is in walking distance from Kurabiye Hotel and only 50 meters away from the best part of town: The Dutlu Kahve Square. The 105 sq. meter, 3 storey house has a kitchenette and living area on the first floor, a large bedroom with a king size bed and a bathroom on the second floor and another attic en-suite bedroom with a queen size bed and a single bed on the third floor. It can sleep up to 6 people.

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Life in Alaçatı

In the time of the Greeks, thanks to viticulture and wine making, Alaçatı had the brightest periods in its history. However, right after the exchange, the difficult years began for the town. Muslim Turks from the Balkans didn’t know anything about viticulture and olive. So immigrants from Thessaloniki removed all the vineyards and planted tobacco. And those from Bosnia to Kosovo began farming.Life in Alaçatı

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