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I stayed here for a night by myself during off-season. I think I was one of the only guests at the hotel since things slow down so much in Alacati in the winter. But this hotel is right at the center of Alacati, and the whole village is easily walkable. It's a short walk to bars, cafes, restaurants and shops. It's a family-owned, boutique hotel. The rooms are small and simple, but comfortable and very clean. The bed was comfortable and came with extra blankets, there was a TV in the room, air conditioner (for the summer), a good hot shower, and a hair dryer. The owner is a kind Turkish woman who, even though we had little language in common, still joined me at breakfast for conversation. Breakfast is a typical Turkish kahvalti spread - omelette, bread, cheeses, honey, jam, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives - and the owner told me she makes the jam herself and the veggies come from the garden, too. Overall a nice experience.
The only bad thing was that so many shops and restaurants were closed, but that's what I get for going in the middle of the week during off season.
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