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Bodrum / Amanruya

‘Peaceful dream’ by name, Amanruya rests on a quiet hillside above Mandalya Bay on the northern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula.

Set on different levels with a variety of courtyards and terraces, dream away the days as you unwind on the sheltered pebble beach. Accommodation comprises spacious Suites and Pavilions, built from local stone with dark acajou wood furniture and white Turkish marble flooring feature four-poster beds together with a charcoal fire and underfloor heating for the colder months; outside the garden houses a marble swimming pool and expansive pergola for in-suite dining.

The kitchen delivers an ever-changing Turkish and Mediterranean-inspired menu in three dining pavilions, or enjoy casual lunch and snacks at the Beach Club. Gourmet picnics can also be arranged.

The spa offers two treatment rooms for indulging therapies; take a dip in the fifty-metre marble swimming pool or swim out to sunbathe on the offshore pontoon. A range of watersports equipment is available and traditional gulet sailing trips can be arranged. Those more interested in sightseeing can visit nearby Ephesus, Didyma, Miletus and Priene.

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Turkish Tower Library

Read away the days at this coastal resort on the Bodrum Peninsula. A bookworm's paradise awaits you in the hotel's striking three-storey Tower Library, filled with works of Turkish literature. Walk up the central spiral staircase and spend hours making your way through the impressive collection of books and albums, whilst taking in the views of the azure waters of Mandalya Bay on the left and the lush pine forest on the right. If you can tear yourself away, be sure to visit the unique beehive-shaped carpet gallery that leads into an exhibition space for local artists and sculptors.

When to visit Turkey

Turkey is a vast country that incorporates both a Mediterranean and continental climate, the temperatures in the north being cooler than the south. For sightseeing and visits to Istanbul, spring and autumn are recommended to avoid the peak summer temperatures. November to February can be cool with increased rainfall. Southern Turkey has a Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters, July and August being the hottest months. Spring and autumn are good times to visit as it is still warm and less crowded.

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