Beach House Hotel

The Beach House Hotel is right next to the beach and the sea. As the hotel opens out onto the Mediterranean, there’s no need for a pool. But if you do fancy a cooling dip, there’s a plunge pool up on the roof terrace.

The restaurant’s in a prime position so you can take in the views while you tuck into your breakfast. During the day, there’s a cafe that serves drinks and light snacks. If you return to the restaurant for dinner, food comes straight from the charcoal oven.

Head into the gardens and you’ll find a trampoline and a few ancient ruins from the Byzantine villa that once stood here. Elsewhere, there’s table tennis and a huge library of books.

Overview of Side

Side is a coastal resort of epic proportions, and when you choose it for your holiday to the Antalya region of Turkey, you can lounge on the two huge beaches, explore ancient ruins and party the night away in the waterfront bars.

Side is a former playground of the Greeks and the Romans and it’s just as fun today as it was back then! As soon as you set foot in the Beach House Hotel, you’ll understand exactly why this resort has been so popular for thousands of years.

Things to do in Side

At the Beach House Hotel, you’re only a few steps away from the sand, so you can be on the beach in a matter of moments. Plenty of authentic restaurants also surround the hotel, and it’s only a 10-minute walk to Side’s centre.

The most famous landmark is the Temple of Apollo, where the crumbling columns attract budding photographers. Elsewhere, the Greek amphitheatre is a great place for an afternoon stroll. It’s also still an active venue, so you can catch a show if you’re lucky.

After a stay in Side, you and your family will leave with many happy memories!


Resort Summary

The former playground of the Greeks and Romans, Side is a coastal resort of epic proportions. It’s also rumoured to be the holiday spot of history’s first power couple, Antony and Cleopatra. Found on a little peninsula on Turkey’s southern coast, this town is sandwiched between two scenic beaches and dotted with ancient ruins.

Nearby nature resorts keep things subdued while watersports on the coast up the energy. Days at the beach and Instagramming the crumbling columns of the Temple of Apollo are all good fun during cheap holidays to Turkey, but sundown is when Side really comes to life.