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Ukabeyn is named after the double-headed eagle carved over one of the entrance doors. This symbol is found in Hittite, Urartian and Selcuk decorative works and as a symbol of the Ottoman empire. The original Greek orthodox Greek owner must have been a very patriotic Ottoman!

Set on three terraces overlooking the village, Ukabeyn backs onto an eroded valley, known as the ‘Hidden Valley’. Apricot trees and herbs decorate the valley’s floor, while several caves and a church dedicated to St. Basil are dug into the side of the valley.


Arched Rooms

The upper terrace of Ukabeyn has a panoramic command over the whole of the area.

On the ground floor: Ukabeyn’s oak doors open onto a wide paved hall-way off which are three arched bedrooms all with en-suite facilities. Through the hall-way lies the breakfast terrace.



On the upper floor: A private stairway ;leads to a balcony and a well furnished self-catering apartment with a large bedroom and comfortable living room.

Cave Rooms

On the lower terrace: Stone steps leads down to a large terrace with three cave rooms, two of which are now large bedrooms with ensuite facilites able to sleep families with young children.

The swimming pool is on the lower terrace.

Ukabeyn has a small libray and internet connection.

There are several mountain bikes for the use of visitors.

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