Sidyma Homes
In Dodurga

Restored private home in Dodurga (the village at the Sidyma ruins),


+90 536 474 07 73
+90 536 725 17 95


Has multiple rooms available that can accommodate 16-18 trekkers at once. Hearty, above-average, home-cooked breakfast and dinners are provided.


Note: there’s no sign on the house indicating rooms are available. Just knock (or call).


There are four rooms with three beds each as well as a covered patio where three additional people can sleep. Up to four additional spaces are available in neighbouring homes.


Those with their own tent can be set up in the yard.


Operated by Brea, a Canadian ex-patriot (from Montreal) and Fatima. Brea speaks English, French, Spanish, and Turkish (the ‘0773’ mobile number listed in the contacts is hers). Fatima speaks Turkish and very basic English (the ‘1795’ mobile number is hers).


Open all year.


Note, Brea tells us that several other homes in the village are also available to hikers:


– Aynur’s home has 1 room.
– Cem and Sidika’s home has 2 rooms.
– Muhtar’s home has several cabins available.


Ask around at the village and anyone can point you to the correct homes.


We get great feedback about this place. Recommended.

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