Spent hours on internet to find the right villa to suit everyone, read hundreds of reviews, glad I did my homework as not disappointed.Very large pool area, pool was quite cold, would have used more if heated for early season that is 1st-15th, May 09. Cleaned every day at 6am so did not disturb us. Rooms clean and spacious, large living/dining area, large bathrooms. Please note we had 3 days of heavy rain and dull weather during our first week, no hot weather equals no hot water, 7 of us could not shower for 3 days, we were not aware of this, we called the maintenance man Patrick who told us there was no back up system, and he had informed the owner. Again if early season bookings are taken then a back up should be in place,hot water is a basic need isnt it? There are cockerels everywhere and their calling just added to the atmosphere of being in Turkey, as did the mosque, the mountain views are beautiful surrounding the villa. Be aware if you need to call the office or Patrick It costs you £1.65 per minute, thought there might be a landline phone to be used for this. Unlimited activities are linked to this villa, they supply the transfers which were excellent (Hi Duran!). We booked a jeep safari through them which would be great in hotter weather! They offered us a Dalyan mud bath trip for £25 each, when we went into Hisaronu that was 1 mile away or 1.75 lira on the dolmus and asked around until we got it for £14 each! Quite a difference and fantastic day out. About an hour air conditioned mini bus trip to a boat, Lovely trip on the lake with beautiful views, mud bath was great fun and a thermal bath. In another boat trip we saw the rock tombs very atmospheric,great lunch and soup & fresh bread, lovely fresh salad, grilled chicken with a few chips and a little rice, fruit, people that had fish, it is a whole fresh trout on your plate! More lovely boat trip on lake to a beautiful sandy beach, then stopped at a jewelry factory on way home which was interesting, Felt you had an awful lot for your money. The photos that were taken of you were good value-10 lira each about £4. The shops in Hisaronu take lira, euros and English sterling, a lot of prices are in sterling, Azda is okay but we found Migros just down the side of Azda is a lot fresher with a lot more choice and cheaper. The Turkish people are very friendly and will try to do anything for you, Not much trouble.At the villa we had a lizard that sat on the main gates. If he was out, we knew the weather would be good! Also the guard dog opposite to the warehouse would sneak out to see us for a fuss and most fondly our cat Kedi that came to see us every morning and evening for a bit of chicken and saucer of milk! Cooked a bit at villa,could do with a sieve, could not strain rice! and no masher. We took washing gel tablets with us and came home with virtually no washing to do. It was no bother to put it on while there. We were kindly allowed to stay on last day as no booking for coming week, otherwise we had to be completely off the premises at 10 a.m. and our transfer to airport was 7 p.m. So watch your flight times. I am sure the hotel behind us would have helped otherwise. All in all a fantastic villa with beautiful views, enough garden to be screened from surrounding villas and hotels, lovely restaurants in Hisaronu and nightlife in the upstairs bars with the staff dancing on tables and on the bar and with all the customers regardless how young or old. I chose this villa mainly on reviews and making my own overall opinion of them. Felt only right to put one myself. Hope it helps you to decide!