authentic accommodation in gallipoli




Authentic accommodation in a tranquil setting, a stone's throw away from the Gallipoli Battlefields
a double room-the gallipoli houses
a twin-bedded room-the gallipoli houses
sitting corner of a superior room-the gallipoli houses
a sittingcorner of a twin-bedded room-the gallipoli houses
the alcitepe room-the gallipoli houses
the staircase-the gallipoli houses
the kocadere room-the gallipoli houses
behramli, a twin-bedded room-the gallipoli houses
small fridge and complimentary coffee and tea-the gallipoli houses
the kocadere room, looking towards the bathroom-the gallipoli houses
a regular double room-the gallipoli houses
sitting corner in the Kocadere room
the terraces-the gallipoli houses
The four double rooms (20 m2) have one bed (200 cm x 160 cm) and have terraces (10 m2), all with a pleasant village and countryside view.

The three twin-bedded rooms (18 to 20 m2) have two smaller beds (200 cm x 90 cm) and have small French balconies (1 m2), all with a pleasant village and countryside view.

The superior rooms have one bed (200 cm x 160 cm) and a divan (200 cm x 90 cm) which can be turned into a bed upon request. These rooms also feature a few extra amenities and have larger sitting corners. The Alcitepe room (25 m2) is the largest room and is the most accessible room for people with limited mobility, whereas the Canakkale room (22 m2) offers more privacy.

The Kocadere room is the most private room as it not only has a larger (15 m2) terrace but is located on the first floor. It therefore features the most commanding view of the village and even the Aegean Sea in the background.
... The accommodation was first class. Indeed, it was so very comfortable that I now realize that we need a new mattress for the bed at home. The room and its view were an idyll of peace and tranquility. The modern plumbing was a great relief and a superb tonic after a long, hot day's walk over the battlefields ... There is only one way to see Gallipoli - The Gallipoli Houses way...

Michael Robson
Israel - March 2010

... Staying at "The Gallipoli Houses" was the key to the success of my trip. To have the benefit of your company and knowledge of what happened there, enriched my stay even more. Given that I arrived in early March, when it actually snowed, albeit lightly, and so damned cold, added real meaning to "coming home" after each days sorties along the ridges and down the gullies. The standard of your accommodation (and those heated floors) was excellent, I loved Ozlems meals and your hearty conversation, not to forget Halil ! either...

Trevor Williams
March 2011 - Australia