Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Places To Stay In Antalya With Clickstay

Of all the things that Tilly could ask for Christmas, she has asked for a holiday to Turkey! I have been with friends for the past three years and I think that she feels like she is missing out on something. So like all good parents I started looking for a holiday. Holidays can be expensive, especially if there are a few of you going but if you look around you can find some cheap ways to go on holiday. Booking a private villa or apartment is so much cheaper than staying in a hotel and in some ways, it's so much better because you have privacy and often a private pool (where you don't have to fight for a sun lounger)

Websites like Clickstay offer you accommodation worldwide for you to stay in. They offer you luxury villas with private pools, ski chalets, chic city apartments and countryside chateaus to stay in for your holiday and you can be guaranteed that they will be a phone call away if you need them. Buying holidays accommodation and flights separately is getting more and more popular as it is an affordable way to spend some time together.

When I go to Antalya, Turkey it costs us over £700 each for two weeks in a hotel and flights. The flights are actually really cheap and you can get a return in October for £118 with Easyjet so the other £582 each is hotel and transfers. When you add it up that is a huge £1746 for three people to enjoy two weeks in the sun. So here are our top picks of accommodation in Turkey. The best times to go to Turkey are April/May or September/October because it is a really good price and the weather isn't too unbearably hot. When we go in October it is usually 30 degrees in the sun.

Starsitesi Villa

This villa sleeps 8 people in three bedrooms and is situated in the beautiful town of Belek and it is 5 minutes from the beach. The villa has a private pool as well as a communal pool and everything in the villa that you could need from washing machines to a fully equipped kitchen, but it is cheap to each out in Turkey and there are plenty of shops close by to get some food to cook from the villa. This villa will cost £943 for two weeks and has been rated an average of 4 stars by people that have stayed there in the past. 

Villa Teoman

This huge villa sleeps 9 people, so if there is a big party of you going out to Turkey, this is an absolute bargain of an accommodation because it is £790 whether three or nine of you go on holiday. The accommodation is close to the beach and it has a huge private pool as well as recently being renovated. Although this villa is officially within the borders of Antalya, the nearest airport is actually Dalaman and the nearest town is Fethiye. Within 15 minutes walk, there are shops and restaurants. This accommodation works out £1000 cheaper than staying in a hotel. The surrounding area is beautiful and the house is full of all mod cons to ensure you enjoy your holiday.

Neptun 2 Residence

Although this is only an apartment and not a villa, it is located in my very favourite area of Antalya. This apartment is rated as five stars by the people that stay there and although the pool is a communal one, there is also a child's pool at the accommodation. The apartments are a 20-minute walk or 5-minute bus ride into the town of old side where you will see so much history around the old ruins in the town. There is a beautiful harbour where you can sit outside a restaurant and enjoy some real Turkish cuisine and watch the world go by. The apartments offer a bus to the beach upon request, because the apartments are not on the seafront but it is easily arranged for you to get there. This villa can also arrange for your hotel transfers from Antalya airport. This apartment sleeps up to 5 people and will cost £899 for two weeks in October.

All of these accommodations can be found on the Clickstay website as well as 100's of other villas, apartments and other holiday rentals. If you sign up for their Email list too, you will get £25 discount on your first booking through the website. Where in the world will you go?

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