Winery 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 Winery Suite, Essence of Light. Cappadocia has been the homeland for the cultivation of grapes and the production of wine for thousands of years. In fact, Hittites called the area ‘Wiyanawanda’ or Wine Country. Filled with vineyards, the region harvested the finest of grapes, produced wine and molasses for millennia. It was a tradition of viniculture, spirituality and religion. Churches, monasteries, underground cities and households all had their own wineries and cellars. The Winery suite is one of the two winemaking rooms at Aya Kapadokya. Located deep within the heart of the property, the cave suite has beautifully patinated rock walls, a high window that allows rays of light to fall in the room. Hand carved niches (once used to store wine pots) and chutes (once used to pour grapes into the room) invite guests to envision this spiritual process from the past.
Winery Suite | Gallery
Aya Kapadokya is home to twelve very different suites. Each suite includes a unique gallery page and photography archive.
Winery Suite | Amenities
In addition to a unique photography archive, each suite includes a distinct features and amenities page.