Queens Cave Cappadocia
Additional Information
Queens Cave Cappadocia tarihi Ortahisar şehir merkezinde yer almakta olup, toplam 4370 m2 alanda kurulu, geniş lobisi, bahçe alanı ,kendi içinde yürüyüş vadisi olan 14 odası (9 mağara oda, 4 taş kemer ve peri bacası oda), restaurant & bar kısımları ve geniş teras alanları (400 m2) ile konuklarına tarihi bir konaklama hizmeti sunmaktadır. Yörenin en büyük peri bacası olan Ortahisar Kalesi ve güvercinlik vadisi gibi eski şehrin tarihi ve kültürel değerleri arasında yer alan Queens Cave Cappadocia , yeni şehir merkezine de (Ortahisar) 250 metre mesafededir. Konuklarımız Ortahisar şehir merkezine günün her saatinde rahat bir şekilde (yürüyerek 5 dk) ulaşabilmekte, Ortahisar’ın restaurantların da yerel yemekleri, yerel şaraplar eşliğinde tatma olanağı bulabilmektedirler.
Otelimiz aynı zamanda Göreme Açıkhava müzesine 2 km Ürgüp ilçesine 3 km , Avanos ilçesine 10 km ,Nevşehir şehir merkezine 10 km ,Nevşehir ve Kayseri Havalimanlarına 60 km , Derinkuyuyeraltı şehri ve Ihlara Vadisine 60 km uzaklıktadır .
Cappadocia is the ancient name of a large region in the center of Anatolia, although when we speak of Cappadocia today we refer specifically to the valleys of Goreme and Urgup, with their natural pinnacles and rock churches. In this survey of Cappadocia’s historical geography, the region will be examined in its entirety.

Ancient Anatolia or Asia Minor, the large peninsula where modern Turkey is located, consists of several regions. One of the most important was Cappadocia. Originally this region encompassed today’s provinces of Kirsehir, Nevsehir, Aksaray, Nigde, Kayseri, Malatya, the eastern part of Ankara, the southern parts of Yozgat and Sivas, and the northern part of Adana.

Cappadocia was neighbor to the Commagene to the southeast, Armenia to the east, Galatia to the northwest, Pontus to the north, Cilicia to the south, and Phrygia and Lycaonia to the west. According to the geographer Strabo (STRABO 539), who was born in Amasya and lived about 63 BC, Cappadocia measured 1800 stadia ( 332 kilometers ) north to south, from Pontus to the Taurus mountains, and 3000 stadia ( 552 kilometers ) west to east from Lycaonia and Phrygia to the Euphrates. In other words, the region was demarcated geographically by the Black Sea to the north, the Taurus Mountains to the south, the Kizilirmak River to the west and the Euphrates to the east. The Tatta (Tuz Golu, Salt Lake) to the southwest marked the border between Phrygia and Lycaonia.

Special Features

A hot air balloon flight is different from all other experiences of flight. Traveling at heights up to 1500 feet you feel peaceful and tranquil, with no sensation of motion. Within moments after lifting off, you become at ease while you effortlessly drift over the treetops and the spectacular Cappadocian landscapes.

The deep canyons, lush fertile valleys and fairy chimneys of Cappadocia provide balloons with an ideal playground for a unique and memorable flight. Gentle winds carry you over places that could never be viewed except by balloon. Ballooning can be such fun.

There are three different balloon flights.
The first one is standard balloon flight. It takes about an hour and It is arranged for about 25 person. The second one is comfort flight. It takes about an hour and It is arranged for about 12 person. The third one is deluxe balloon flight. It takes about one and a half hour and It is arranged for about 10 person.

Three of them start at about 05:00 am and finish at about 07:30/08:00 am.

Please contact with us for a special rates and more information.


Walking Tour is a half day trekking activity from sunset point (Kizilcukur) to Cavusin through Rose Valley. It takes about 2-3 hours and the path is in one of the most interesting valleys of Cappadocia.

This tour can be customized easily with your requests. The price changes according to season and other conditions.


If you are in the mood for an adventurous tour, Cappadocia offers exciting cycling tours in its beautiful and different landscape. Hang on for a most scenic and memorable biking experience. This is a wonderful outing for all abilities to enjoy. You can ride through the vineyards and enjoy the single tracks in the valleys. Do not forget that you do not have to cycle for kilometers to visit a sight or museum; they are very close to each other.


Experience the incredible and unusual beauty of the Cappadocian region on horseback. A cross between the Grand Canyon and a moonscape, Cappadocia boasts some of the worlds most unusual and spectacular landscapes, and brings riders in touch with the areas breathtaking beauty. Forget the tour buses or even the rental cars this astonishing region of Central Anatolia can best be explored in the way of its historical inhabitants, on horseback.


The show includes belly dance, folklore, animation and unlimited local drinks. The reservation can be done with or without dinner.

Please contact with us for a special rates and more information.

You can take part in vine harvest festivals during September and October. You could visit the wine production facilities and also learn how to make vine harvest from local inhabitants. Of course, by the way, you taste several wine types and learn a lot of knowledge about wine and viniculture.


If you are interested in cooking and learning traditional meals and receips , you are exactly at right place. We start the day shopping from our village bazaar. We learn but also have fun all day , after our cooking we meet together at an luscious and excellent table. For more detailed information you can call our hotel and make your reservation.
Return to homepage
Full Desktop Version
powered by Reseliva