DİONYSOS PENSİON / SIRINCE

Şirince (meaning sweet or pretty) is an old Rum (Turk of Greek nationality) village. Its historical houses are two storeys high with whitewashed walls, windows with wooden shutters and beautiful courtyards.

Şirince (meaning sweet or pretty) is an old Rum (Turk of Greek nationality) village. Its historical houses are two storeys high with whitewashed walls, windows with wooden shutters and beautiful courtyards. Şirince village is found on a slope which is lusciously green and shows that the village deserves its given name. Known as the house of the wine of god ‘Dionysos’, this pension is one of these pretty little village houses. Guests can enjoy a village breakfast that is unique to the region in the pensions beautifully green garden as well as a ion of various local cuisines, which is available in the evenings. The wife of hospitable manager Ismail is in charge of the cooking and puts a lot of hard work into preparing delicious meals for the guests. The pension is open throughout the four seasons and has a fireplace to use during the winter months. The rooms have been beautifully furnished with authentic objects. The pension has a lovely view of the village and is the ideal place for a family holiday.