Terracotta Suite | Demo Page
Aya Kapadokya is a stunning example of 19th century Anatolian Greek architecture. Rescued from rubble and ruin, the twelve room boutique hotel now stands proudly in the heart of Cappadocia. Aya holds many surprises including a chapel, cave suites, two wineries, a library and three amazing outdoor spaces with panoramic views of the valley.
The Terracotta Suite, Ancient Tradition. Pottery is the ancient tradition in Cappadocia. The Red River gifted the region the clay needed to produce handmade earthenware vessels of all varieties and sizes. These vessels were traditionally used to store and carry water, wine or oil. In addition to the functional value, artisans made earthenware objects of great quality and aesthetic as well. This living tradition found its place in Aya Kapadokya’s Terracotta Suite. Named after the color of the earthenware pots, this large cave suite was once used to store the pots and vessels for the mansion. The cave kept the pots at the same temperature all year. Hand carved niches and cavities for the pots remain in their original condition. Many invaluable old pots were found during restoration and remain as part of the decor.
Terracotta Suite | Gallery
Aya Kapadokya is home to twelve very different suites. Each suite includes a unique gallery page and photography archive.
Terracotta Suite | Amenities
In addition to a unique photography archive, each suite includes a distinct features and amenities page.