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Basic hostel. Dated decor. Helpful owner. Biggest downside was lack of power points. In a twin room I only had one accessible and this was at elbow height!!!
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Generally this isn't a good choice for a hostel if living in Fethiye because of following reasons: 1. There are many other hostels around in the same or better locations with nicer value for price. 2. This is a family owned hostel and the owner, the guy, was an arrogant mercenary man and his wife who made meal doesn't understand English. 3. This hostel's check-out time is 10:30, which is earlier 30 mins than other hostels. 4. The atmosphere was suck. I only saw two people in my age in there.
Duygu pension was a sweet if basic pansion, situated with a lovely view of the marina and a pleasant 10 minute walk out of the main town. Our only complaint during our stay was that we were over charged considerably due to waking up a member of staff as we had arrived very early in the morning, even though we had been assured that this wouldnt be the case.
very nice staff, helped as well with the local busses. good location with a nice view over Fethiye, a pool and typical turkish building. i would recommend it!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Birol was a fantastic host and really wanted to make sure that everything we did in town went perfectly. The room was neat and the breakfast was wonderful. Only spent one night there, but it was a good one, and it's easy to recommend the place, even if it is a bit out of the way.
Our stay was perfect, Ahmet and his brother were really helpful and thx to them we have booked some great activities.
Considering the price, I have no complaints about Duygu. It's slightly further from town than other accommodation, but still within walking distance. The room was clean, but overly decorated. The beds have blankets, but no top-sheets. (although in discussion with the owner he considers them sheets). It has a great terrace overlooking the bay and the brothers who own the Duygu are very friendly and helpful, but overall the place is a little rough around the edges.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 41+
- (1 review)
This was a nice little pension with a great view of the bay. The owner is super helpful, friendly, and welcoming. At the end of a long day of hiking, it is a bit far out of town, but the price is right and the bed is comfy. I'd stay here again and recommend to my friends.
Overall pension was nice & clean, staff were very helpful. Location is little out of the way but still only 10 mins walk to city centre. Would stay here again.
Clean and nice pension. Good facilities (swimming pool, terrace for breakfast...), and breakfast is included. Overall, it's very good, might lack a bit of atmosphere and fun if you are used to usual hostels, but that's expected, being a pension.
Very nıce pansıon. Very kınd staff, helpfull ! Aır condıtıonned ıs a plus (although a bıt expensıve) but breakfast ıs free, would recommand ıt !
The pension is about a 15 min pleasant walk along harbour into town & enjoys great views from the terraces of the water & moored boats in a quiet part of town. Our room was clean & if you can cope with the turkish style shower that occupies the whole bathroom (rather than being confined to a cubicle)it could not be faulted. Birol was very knowledgeable & helpful on local attractions & transport options. This place is excellent value for money & would recommend.
It is about a 10 minute walk to/from town, but the part of town you walk to is the Old City; the best part IMHO. The owner and his brother are extremely helpful and knowledgeable about the area and they never tried to "sell" us any tours or cruises. The rooms are nicely decorated and welcoming and the bathrooms have actual doors. The walls are a bit thin and noise travels well through them, but we slept soundly. I have and will recommend Duygu as a great place to stay.
We loved staying here - the owner is very friendly and will pick you up from the bus station at Fethiye if you give him a call. It's a little out of town (not a bad thing!) with gorgeous harbour views from the terrace and there is a minibus very close to the hostel for the short drive in to town if you don't want to walk. Our room was clean and cute and the breakfast fantastic. Highly recommended
Duygu pension is quietly located a 10min walk from the centre; minibuses run from early hours until midnight & pick you up from the main road (2min way if you take the few stairs) for £0.70. The owner and staff are extremely friendly and help out with information on activities, transport or ongoing travel. The pension is very clean with good sized rooms and breakfast served on the roof terrace providing a stunning view of the sea & harbour. I much enjoyed the time in Fethyie, this friendly and e
The guys who own this place really look after their guests. A thoroughly great place to stay. Air-conditioning at no extra charge would have made this place perfect.
The hostel is a bit outside of the centre which was great for us. There are no restaurants nearby so you can bring your own groceries to the lovely terrace. The place was fairly clean, and the staff were helpful and friendly. the owner picked us up from the bus station without us asking for the lift...so just be sure you tell the correct arrival time when you book. The one thing that bothered us was the smell from the pipes on the bottom floor.
Not bad although could be better. No bar, and not much scope for interacting with other travellers, and the TV area was a big disapointment; i.e. didn't work (and niether did the wireless). However the staff were helpful, the room were large and clean. Laundry service was expensive and our clothes were still wet!
a bit of a hike from town (and a climb up a hill), but the rooftop balcony overlooking the sea is well worth it. pool is amazing respite on a hot day. staff was very helpful, and even upgraded us to a nicer room for free when one became available. rooms are small but functional, with ac and nice water pressure.