Pets allowed (no fees).
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.
Based on 116 reviews
Hasn’t changed at all. Super Stay
It’s not often you can return somewhere after 8 years and find it hasn’t changed at all. Jenny’s House is one of the rare occasions. We visit Turkey most years and have always wanted to return here, finally, during Covid, we managed it. Jenny and Saleh cannot be more hospitable, helpful and friendly, and we love the different casual ‘rustic’ ambience of Jenny’s House.Selimiye itself has changed a little since our last visit but it is still small and unspoilt, and in some ways better than before. We thoroughly enjoyed our return visit and hope to return to this friendly, comfortable, ‘no frills’ establishment. Only things I would suggest, in no way detrimental, would be a variation of breakfast (maybe some yogurt or cereal) and to cut back the garden foliage a little, particularly on the room balcony - otherwise BRILLIANT and ThANKS for all your help and a lovely stay. Well recommended
Full of character
This is a very friendly and charming hotel. Jenny was extremely hospitable and helpful. The rooms are full of rustic charm and very comfortable. The breakfast was fantastic and all too tempting with homemade preserves and delicious bread from the village. It was served in a shady courtyard, very traditional in character, which was a welcome relief from the hot road outside. The pool was decidedly bracing, no doubt because of the aforementioned shade, but I have come across others much colder. The hotel is very convenient for the village and bay, being only a very short stroll. I mustn't forget the afternoon tea and cakes, also delicious. All in all a great place to stay if you appreciate character over bland luxury.
Deja Vu all over again.
After a 3 year hiatus we decided to return to Jenny's house. Eons ago we explored Turkey's antiquities and it's cultural side. This time I wanted to disengage my brain and relax. I didn't want to take any risks and favoured the almost family like ambiance that made our previous visit to Jenny's so memorable. We were not disappointed. In fact it exceeded our expectations. There's nothing flash about Jenny's. Rustic charm abounds and there's a complete absence of pretentiousness. Jenny herself is a remarkable woman. Where does she get her energy from? she is incapable of forgetting a request and never keeps you waiting for anything. If only she had been prime minister instead of Cameron. This country wouldn't find itself metaphorically standing blindfolded on a precipice, about to flush it's economic future down the toilet. If Manchester United had managed to persuade Jenny to replace Mourinho, their trophy cabinet would be bulging, as opposed to barren. Breakfasts were way beyond adequate, rendering lunch unnecessary. Evening meals?there are plenty of competitively priced restaurants nearby, offering healthy Turkish cuisine. Afternoon tea was accompanied by Jenny's delicious homemade cake, which was most welcome after spending our day either swimming or relaxing with a book, or listening to music. Is there no limit to this woman's talents? The local bus service is cheap and reliable, but why leave Semiliye for somewhere like Marmaris which flaunts Burger King and Macdonald's? It's the complete absence of the corporates that makes Semiliye and in particular Jenny's so appealing. My one complaint about our holiday is that the sea was wet and salty and that it rained on our last full day. Jenny did absolutely nothing about this.
Slice of Heaven
Husband by chance found this gem online,and am so glad he did! Forget glamorous sterile looking hotel rooms,instead comfy rustic simple rooms with everything you need! The rooms are simply furnished but comfy beds, air conditioning and large wet room bathroom. Better still we were on first floor with our best friends next door, we had fab balcony stretching the whole length of our floor with comfy chairs and table,great for chilling out and drinking vast amounts! Washing line and rocking chair. Jenny is just adorable, we all need a Jenny in our lives,from the moment we arrived nothing was too much trouble she is just a lovely kind lady ,supplied us with piles of beach towels, scrumptious breakfasts and afternoon tea and cake,and a wealth of local knowledge and advice.Her hotel is an oasis of calm,pretty courtyard with pool,we were able to share large fridge to put all our goodies in! Jenny's is ideally situated in the village and you have everything you need on the doorstep. Jenny,thank you for our lovely holiday, special thanks to Sali Norton and her team. Hope to see you again soon Lots of love and hugs Liz, Tim,Paul,Michelle and Ollie xx
I should have written this ages ago, but never got around to it! Well what can I say about Jenny's House. It is beautiful! The staff are lovely, nothing is too much for them, even when they have a full film crew working in and around the pension! The rooms are both traditional and comfortable. I must say, the shower is the best I have had in Turkey. Breakfast...... I defy anyone to find a better one! It really sets you up for the whole day. The village bread that Jenny uses is baked a little further up the road and is the best bread. Jenny makes her own jams, they are NOT to be missed. The afternoon tea, is also not to be missed, lovely cakes. Selimye is gorgeous, although very little to do, other than swim and wander around which is everything we needed. We will be back Jenny! Thank you to all of you.