Deeply recessed alcoves create varying levels of comfort and seclusion the ‘bedroom’ with its large white double bed has an angel adding its symbolic benediction for relaxing sleep. Another alcove has ample space for the relaxee to lie back onto the lap of the one massaging either the head or feet of the partner on the very generous sofa with deliciously silken covers. There is also a plenty of space in the spacious sitting room with its fireplace. Slip into the sunken bath and watch the water pour out of the lion’s mouth as you sip your favourite beverage. This suite also has its own beautiful terrace overlooking the valley.


The ‘Archangel Suite’ is a dramatically decorated suite with stone, brass, marble and statuesnot forgetting that of the archangel beautifully depicted above the fireplace. A mini sultanate in and of itself, the ‘Archangel Suite’s bed promises to give even the most restless of sleepers plenty of space to even lie crossways due to its enormous size.


There once was a strange land, far away where the sun shines. It was a land of strange mountains and quaint little villages, full of mystery and beauty, and it was called Cappadocia. In the heart of this wondrous place stood a Greek mansion, carved from the very caves set in the side of the magical hills…


Actually, the truth is possibly even more fantastic. For the sacred House is a Greek mansion hewn from caves in Cappadocia and it is every bit as magical and unusual as you could imagine. Once the mansion of a Greek aristocrat, it is now a hotel with just 21 rooms. Each room is decorated in its own very distinctive style, the interiors reflecting the formation of the rock of which they are a part. For the searchers, Who are looking for something sacred in their lives, A sacred love, passion or affection...


“Sacred House” is a very virtuous instance of Greek architecture in origin.Following its origins’ footsteps it has been reconstructed by means of classic and neoclassic architectural style harmonized by creativity and a unique form. And it was founded as an endogenous existence objective and a unique identity, between the good and the bad that is created by spiritual and esthetical solicitude rather than commercial purposes.


Down, down, down into the depth of the ‘Inferno Spa’, though named for the heat of the deep it’s, designed to take you to heaven. Red is the new blue the tiles of the indoor swimming pool that is giving the illusion of floating in wine. Neoclassical as well as stone carve columns abound, a cosy fireplace graces one end with comfortable leather chairs for the supine. Further sofas are dotted around in various alcoves provide additional space to relax after a swim.


Hammam at the Sacred House has to be experienced to be believed. Take your tired spirit and become renewed with this most inspiring of traditional Turkish treatment. Ask on arrival for the ‘Inferno Spa’s menu and relax while waiting in anticipation to be treated to more heavenly experiences.


All flights are via Istanbul Airport and a short 55 minutes from Kayseri airport sees your arrival at the Sacred House. A full day private tour of the region will be included, with your own English speaking guide. Your tour begins with the almost Martian landscape of the Dervent valley with the chimney-like rock formations. After lunch at an old Greek House, hosted by a local family, expect to visit the famous Goreme open air Museum to see the best examples of Byzantine art in Capppadocia. These are found in rock-cut churches with frescoes and paintings dating from as early as 10th century. We complete the tour with a visit to the Uchisar rock castle, giving you an unforgettable panoramic view of the valleys of Cappadocia.


A flight of approximately 60 minutes (subject to weather conditions) is also included in the price of your stay. The backdrop of the mystically shaped landscape of corroded rock takes on an even more unearthly vista when viewed from several hundred feet above


Works of art by famous artists of Cappadocia in the courtyard. Staff aware of the importance of ‘the service to the individual’.


Smoked veal bacon wrapped in asparagus with aromatic spices and rose water, served with sauce hollandaise and port wine sauce with. Bartolomeo Scappi (c.1500-13 April 1577) was a famous Renaissance chef. His origins had been the subject of speculation, but recent research shows that he came from the town of Dumenza in Lombardy, according to the inscription on a stone plaque in the church of Luino. [1] Prior to this, the first known fact in his life had been that in April 1536, he organised a banquet while he was in the service of Cardinal Lorenzo Campeggio. [2] He served several other cardinals after this, then began to serve pope Pius IV, entering the service of the Vatican kitchen. He continued to work as a chef for the pope Pius V. He acquired fame in 1570 when his monumental cookbook Opera dell’arte del cucinare was published. This corse is from the cookbook Opera dell’arte and the recipe is a secret.


“Quail egg with garum sauce served with smoked red onion and spices”. Garum was a fermented fish sauce used as a condiment [1] in the cuisines of ancient Greece, Rome, and Byzantium. Garum fish paste was prepared from the blood and intestines of fish through the process of autolysis. Fishermen would lay out their catch according to the type and part of the fish, allowing makers to pick the exact ingredients they wanted. The fish parts were then macerated in salt, and cured in the sun for one to three months. The mixture fermented and liquified in the dry warmth, with the salt inhibiting the common agents of decay. Garum was the clear liquid that formed on the top, drawn off by means of a fine strainer inserted into the fermenting vessel. The sediment or sludge that remained wasallec. Concentrated decoctions of aromatic herbs might be added. Flavors would vary according to the locale, with ingredients sometimes from in-house gardens. The end product was very nutritious, retaining a high amount of protein and amino acids, along with a good deal of minerals and B vitamins.