Built in 1861 and 1883
HÜMA HATUN KONAKLARI
It was built in 1861 and is an Ottoman mansion of about 150 years. Based on family culture, it was designed and built to accommodate 3-4 families. The hotel was renovated and renovated in 2002. He was honored with a plaque of honor by the festival committee in the best restored home competition at the International Golden Saffron Documentary Film Festival in 2004. On the ground floor of our three-story mansion, there are 40 rooms and 40 rooms with 27 beds on the other 2 floors. The rooms have a shower, WC, sink, TV, telephone. There is also an outdoor restaurant for 50 people in the garden at the back.
HÜMA HATUN KONAKLARI
The founder of Mehmet Izzet Pasha Mosque was built in 1883 by Ali Bey, the son of Kurubey. The building, which was opened as a primary school in the early 20th century, served as the People's House in the early years of the Republic. In the 1950s, he served as the Evening Girl Art School in the 1950s. In 2006, he was awarded an honorary plaque by the festival committee in the best restored home competition at the International Golden Saffron Documentary Film Festival. There are 9 rooms with 26 beds on the ground floor of our 3-storey mansion with 40-person restaurant and 4-meter high ceilings in the other 2 floors. The rooms have a shower, WC, sink, TV, telephone, Internet. There is also an outdoor restaurant with a capacity of 50 people in the garden.
Hüma Hatun Konakları Hotel Facility Features
GARDEN IN GREEN
In summer, you will be able to taste the sprinkling breakfast with the chirping of the birds in the greenery of our mansions.
After visiting the historical Safranbolu or shopping, you will forget the tiredness of the day while sipping your tea in our warm stone room in the cool winter.
MODERN SERVICE WITH HISTORICAL STRUCTURE
In our mansions you will find the traditional Safranbolu culture while on the other hand you will find our services.
Huma Hatun Konaklari Hotel offers its guests the opportunity to make them feel at home as if they are at home.