Peristyle Cave Cappadocia

Peristyle Cave Cappadocia is located in the skies of Uçhisar Castle with a bird's eye view of Cappadocia, where you can touch the balloons when you go out to the terrace in the morning. You can start exploring the nature of Cappadocia and breathe a sigh of relief with the Pigeon Valley located in its immediate vicinity. With the ease of location, to the surrounding districts; historical, cultural, and natural areas; You can reach museums and ruins on foot by participating in daily tours and activity vehicles such as Horse-ATV.

Peristyle Cave Cappadocia has 8 rooms in total, including five caves and three stone rooms. Our rooms are named after the planets Uranus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Mercury, Earth, and Venus.

Our rooms named Uranus and Jupiter have a jacuzzi in the bathroom; our room named Venus has a jacuzzi in the room. While our rooms named Mars and Saturn have a fireplace, our room named Saturn also has a Turkish Bath. Our rooms named Mars, Neptune, Mercury, and Earth have a standard shower arrangement.

Our rooms have free Wi-Fi, tea-coffee-water at check-in, bathroom amenities, towels, and slippers. Our breakfast is served as a spread in the breakfast room or on our terrace. Breakfast content may change periodically.

All of the activities and tours in the region together with the 24-hour reception service are served by our hotel. We look forward to welcoming you and we are excited to collect good memories.

Peristyle is a separate columned gallery or portico facade around a courtyard or building. All of the split columns that adorn the face of a monument can also mean a facade portico. This design technique, which is preferred in ancient architecture, gives a semi-open spatial air to the building.

The peristyle is usually rectangular in shape. The columns that make up the Peristyle are processed according to the artistic understanding of the period.

The peristyle, which showed itself in Greek architecture in the 5th century BC, was also taken over by Roman architecture from the 2nd century BC.

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