Host Hüseyin Şehitoğlu

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A fyon is mainly known to Turks for its thermal spas, its marble, its spicy “sucuk” sausages and its clotted cream. Foreign travellers, unless they are particularly curious or adventurous, rarely find reasons to venture into the Aegean hinterland. Yet Afyon is a very pleasant Anatolian town, especially since efforts were made to spruce up its old quarter. It may look a bit too much like a stage set, but it is at least worth a stop on the way from Antalya to Istanbul to admire the traditional architecture of which the Şehitoğlu mansion, renovated at great cost by a local marble producer, is a particularly fine example. The facade was flawlessly restored. The inside is a bit too shiny and the Ottoman ambiance somewhat contrived, but the rooms are very comfortable and the service outstanding.


  • Facilities:traditional architecture • phone in room • tv in room • open off season • credit cards accepted
  • Location:in the city • in a historical setting
  • Restaurant:Homemade cuisine • Local
  • Child policy:children welcome
  • Net connection:available everywhere • free of charge
  • Activities:guided tour • spa/turkish bath
  • Pet policy:

    not accepted

Last review

Şehitoğlu Konağı kolay ulaşılan sevimli eski bir konak. Şehir merkezine çok yakın, hizmet güler yüzlü yemekleri lezzetli, sadece sabah kahvaltısı saat 9’dan önce verilmiyor.

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