I was attracted to Antonios Motel because of the location and its lovely setting. We arrived at 01.00, and Sevket was waiting for us and another couple to arrive. The pine clad room was not large but was adequate for our needs. The only downside was that the walls were paper thin. The tiny bathroom was spotless, even though it was showing signs of age. Sevket and Hatice work extremely hard, keeping the place neat and tidy. Breakfast included the usual eggs meat olives bread and salad, but there was always a few extra dishes; borek, water melon and yogurt, and sometimes leftovers from the previous nights meal, e.g. chicken fish vegetables. We ate an evening meal A couple of times at the hotel - all cooked by Sevket. These meals were very traditional Turkish and were very tasty. The majority of guests were German, and after a few nights, we were enjoying their company.
Hatice was always smiling as she worked, whether it was cleaning the rooms or keeping the gardens tidy. The dog Johnny was everybody's friend! The garden was full of delightful curios, and had lovely sitting areas in the shade - or in the case of my partner - somewhere else to sleep! All in all, it was a lovely stay,