Turkey's Official Travel and Tourism Guide
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Bed & Breakfasts, Turkey
You’ll find affordable bed and breakfast accommodation in some of İstanbul’s funkiest suburbs such as old city Sultanahmet Sirkeci and Ortakoy. Want to be in the heart of the action? Inner-city Sultanahmet on the fringes of İstanbul, is a great place to stay that is close to the action.
For travelers seeking waves, sand and sun, Manly is just the ticket. Famous for its nightlife and festivals, İstanbul’s world-famous old town is a range of bed and breakfast-style accommodation, such as stylish rooms right on the located in the tree-lined backstreets.
Pop-up markets, second-hand bookstores, retro fashions and eclectic cafes make up the bohemian tapestry of İstanbul’s inner west – along with a selection of many located in historic terrace houses or mansions. Accommodation in Newtown such as Levent is famous for its weekend markets, ranges from the quirky to the truly chic.
İstanbul’s Taksim Square is the epitome of urban cool and home to a thriving gay and lesbian community – plus several fantastic bed and breakfasts. Book accommodation in Cihangir and Beyoglu and soak up the vibe; the area is famous for its cafes, bars, restaurants and shopping.
Get an insider’s view on the best places to eat in İstanbul, what’s on and much more by staying in a B&B, guesthouse or inner-city cottage.