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The friendliest, kindest staff I've had the pleasure of staying with. Great recommendations, amenities, and always happy to help us with anything. A quaint place with a good room and traditional breakfast. Overall a lovely stay at a hotel I highly recommend to all.
Thank Michael L
Response from EfendiTravelGroup, Front Office Manager at Naz Wooden House InnResponded 7 February 2018
Thank you for your review about our hotel. We have been very pleased to know that you enjoyed your stay at our place.
Hope to see you soon again in Turkey.
What the hell !! I expected to have my breakfast in terrasse with a view, but i end up in a small room and no coffee, only Tee.
Rooms are not clean
People dont even smile
Very bad experience
what makes it very expensive
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