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 Free wireless connection and free to use the internet at the reception.Free wireless connection and free to use the internet at the reception.

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You will feel at home in the friendly informal atmosphere at Asmali Cave House, where you can enjoy the quiet neighbourhood as well as the beautiful view down to the Pigeon Valley and Uchisar Castle. With fully equipped kitchens and large rooms in the suites, you will be most comfortable here during your stay in Cappadocia.

The marvellous views of the famous Pigeon Valley and Uchisar Castle are ideal for a relaxed breakfast or a romantic dinner on the private terrace.

Mrs Evelyn Kopp, owner and operator of Asmali Cave House, will be happy to welcome you to her boutique-style, home atmosphere hotel.

Caring for Destination

This accommodation provider has taken action to address one or more issues (whether environmental, social or cultural) which will contribute positively to the long term viability of the destination and hence their site displays a Caring for the destination rating.

Main area of focus in Caring for the Destination:

Cultural, social and educational heritage explained to locals with a book ("Uchisar Unfolding") and cultural researches. "Uchisar Unfolding" is a resource for a real insider's view of the Cappadocian

Detailed description of the Caring for the Destination Initiative:

"Uchisar Unfolding", by Evelyn Kopp, is the first book to give a detailed knowledge of Uchisar's culture, tradition and people. This book is a very important cultural heritage for Uchisar village and its inhabitants. More than a guidebook, it is a living history.

Evelyn Kopp, a German who is the owner of Asmali Cave House, explores these issues and more in her fascinating guidebook to Uchisar. Unlike the usual guidebook that simply tells you what is where and where to stay, "Uchisar Unfolding" describes the landscape and the history of the buildings, and gives the story of the place and its people. The book gives rich information about the lost traditions, the lifestyle and the history of the residents of this beautiful and fascinating village of Cappadocia.

Evelyn Kopp has managed to collect a treasury of the traditions and legends of this incredible and ancient settlement. In her book, she shares with you the many faces of Uchisar, the almost forgotten lifestyles and legends of the village that she has uncovered during her research.

Another ongoing cultural service to Cappadocia is the Walnut Tree book project in which Evelyn Kopp reports about a Cappadocian village where people still live in cave houses.