The villa was completed in 2005 and was finished to a high standard.
The villa comprises of 3 bedrooms, 2 doubles one twin all of which have air conditioning, wardrobes, bedside lockers and lamps. The master bedroom has a king sized bed with en-suite shower room, vanity basin and cupboards, shaver point and French doors leading out onto a balcony with stunning mountain views. Bedroom 2 has a double bed with French doors leading out onto a balcony overlooking the pool and patio with mountain views. Bedroom 3 is a twin room and is situated on the ground floor with an adjacent shower room.
The villa also has 2 sofa beds in the lounge area which can sleep 2 more people. This gives a total sleeping arrangement of up to 8 people.
The main bathroom is on the first floor, this comprises of a bath with shower, vanity basin with cupboards. You will also find a hair dryer and shaver point. There is an en-suite shower room with the master bedroom. The ground floor also has a WC with shower enclosure.
If you enjoy cooking you will find a spacious fully equipped kitchen with granite worktops, hob, oven, large fridge freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster and plenty of cutlery, crockery and utensils. Complete with dishwasher, washing machine, iron and ironing board.
The ground floor is fully tiled in marble including the terrace and pool areas.
The dining area has a light and airy feel with plenty of windows and large glass doors lead onto a shaded terrace overlooking the pool and garden area.
There is seating for 6 at the dining table, but extra seating can be added if there are more then 6 in your party.
The comfortable air conditioned lounge has ample seating for all guests. There is a television, DVD player which also plays music CD's.
FOR PARTIES OF LESS THAN 4 PLEASE CONTACT FOR A QUOTE.
Uzumlu (meaning grape yard or place of grape) is located on a plateau which it shares with the neighbouring village of Yrncirkoy (meaning fig). It remains an unspoilt working village where its inhabitants depend on agriculture and traditional crafts for their income. The locals use the land to make their living and produce includes olive oil, tobacco, figs, wine, grape juice and vinegar. You will see fields of cotton, aniseed, wheat, barley and summer vegetables, and on the lower slopes apples, pomegranates, almonds and pears are grown. Being 500 metres above sea level the summer night time temperatures are very pleasant and not as humid as down by the coast. It is very pretty in May as there are an abundance of wild flowers and in the winter there is a large variety of birds.
A traditional Turkish village where life continues at a leisurely pace and where little has changed for centuries. Here you will discover the "real Turkey", enjoy the hospitality of the local Turkish people and experience the enchantment of rural life where you will hear nightingales singing from their perches, cowbells ringing in the distance, a braying donkey and the passing herd of goats while tortoises amble along the road.
Uzumlu village boasts a Post Office, school, jandarma (police) station and a couple of small shops for your daily needs.There is a market every Friday where you can buy fresh produce and mingle with the locals who will make you very welcome.
The heart of the village is the square with its tea house which is the centre of village life. The winding streets are lined with wooden balconies overhanging the street and doors and window frames, painted in rich and bright colours are attractively weathered by the long, hot summers.
Pop into the recently opened wine bar in the village and try some of the local restaurants - you won't be disappointed. One of our favourite restaurants is the Cadianda on the main road just before the village.
What comes into the palm of women of every age from fifteen to eighty-five as cotton or silk thread, leaves it as 'dastar', the specific fabric of Uzumlu. Dastar has many uses: beautiful head scarves, curtains, bed covers and even clothes which are often sold to tourists. Between the hands that flutter upon the loom, something like a magical spell happens. The sound heard in the street is the song of the thread.