Konagi juts straight out from a rock face: a set of bright white, Ottoman style buildings hiding subterranean rooms and corridors. Dating from the 19thC, it’s been diligently and thoroughly restored by the current owners, who have clearly worked hard to preserve its history.
Decoration and furnishings have been kept traditional: wooden floors, deep, vibrant colours, hand-woven rugs. Bedrooms are surprisingly spacious and modern for caves – several have whirlpool baths, whilst all have satellite TV. Beds are of carved wood and iron, made up with silk blankets and pillows.
Breakfast (traditional local dishes) is served in an underground breakfast room, lit and warmed by a tall stone fireplace.