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Ruya Kas | 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | Web Ref: 3383 | Sleeps 8
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Ruya 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | A/C | WiFi | Private Coastal Sun/Bathing Platform 200m | Restaurant 700m | Sleeps 8
Ground floor: Entrance hall. Cloakroom. Living/dining room (A/C, Wi-Fi, Sat TV) with doors to pool terrace. Kitchen (oven, microwave, dishwasher). Twin bedroom (A/C) with en suite shower room and doors to pool terrace.
Outside: In built barbecue. Dining terrace (overhead fan). Sun terraces. Shower. Lawn. Private parking.
Shaped private swimming pool (14m x 5m at widest points) with Roman steps.
From the first moment we saw Ruya we knew we had to include such a handsomely appointed, modern property in our portfolio. Fresh clean lines, cooling whitewashed walls, sea views, a hugely inviting, imaginatively designed private pool and even a private coastal sun/bathing platform are just some of the appealing attributes on offer. This is, without doubt, a property tailor-made for laid-back summer relaxation and visitors of all ages will find so much to enjoy, both inside and out.
Stepping inside, the accommodation throughout is bright and easy on the eye with a welcoming air of informality; air conditioning in the open plan living area and each of the four en suite bedrooms, helping to keep those peak season temperatures under control.
From the first floor balconies as well as the floor to ceiling panoramic window that borders the wide, curving marble staircase there are attractive sea views directly across to the neighbouring Greek island of Meis/Katellorizo (one of many interesting day trips available from nearby Kas harbour).
Backed by a dramatic mountain range, Kas (4.5km) has a fascinating waterfront with its own friendly café-society and is home to an excellent range of amenities including numerous tavernas serving a wide range of authentic Turkish specialities.
History abounds in and around the town; 4th Century rock tombs (eye-catchingly illuminated at night) sit high up on the mountainside and the celebrated ruins of ancient Antiphellos, to the west of town, mark the start of the striking, 6km long Çukurbag Peninsula. This captivating, rugged coastline was once sailed by Alexander the Great and plentiful water taxis are available for scenic forays in his footsteps.