As its name indicates, this hotel nestles in a relatively “quiet” corner of Alaçatı, which maintains a village atmosphere. The building, with its carved wooden doors, has been tastefully restored to fit in with the local style. An elegant and eco-friendly pebble garden brings an unusual note.

The Iskit family wanted a place where three generations of relatives could gather, but from the start they also aimed to attract modern and sophisticated guests with a taste for classical music.

They successfully introduced modern technology without ruining the traditional structure. Air vents in the walls blow cool air into the rooms. As for the boiler room, it looks like the command center of a submarine.

Special attention was paid to the mattresses. Made of viscolatex, they embrace the body and are so comfortable that the most restless of guests will want a lie-in.