Hotels in Kastamonu, Turkey

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Kastamonu, Turkey
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Kastamonu Kadioglu Konagi
9.0 Excellent
Cebrail Mah., Kirkcesme Cd., No. 55/1, Kastamonu, Turkey
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0.5 km from city centre, Kastamonu, Turkey 

Kadioglu Konagi provides comfortable 4-star accommodation in Kastamonu. It also offers a 24-hour reception, a playground and a concierge.

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Gun Residence Otel
Isfendiyar Mah.125.Yil Atatürk Cad., Kastamonu, Turkey
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0.5 km from city centre, Kastamonu, Turkey 

Gun Residence Otel is located in Kastamonu and offers guests free Wi-Fi. It provides a 24-hour reception and an express check-in and check-out feature, and is an easy walk from the Nasrullah Mosque.

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About Kastamonu

Kastamonu is an enchanting city known for its handsome Ottoman mansions, local museums and traditional Kastamonu cuisine. Venture out of the city to find scenic lookouts, forested mountains and charming rural villages.

Things to do in Kastamonu

Kastamonu is dotted with beautiful timber-framed konak" houses dating back to the Ottoman era that offer a fascinating glimpse at life in ancient Turkey. Stroll around the winding streets and alleys branching off Cumhuriyet Caddesi, the city's main thoroughfare, to admire these historic residences.

Housed in a restored mansion, the Ethnography Museum is filled with Turkish antiques, folk costumes and Ottoman artefacts. Visit the Archaeological Museum to admire Hellenic carvings, Bronze Age sculptures and Roman sarcophagi. History enthusiasts will want to explore the main hall, which is dedicated to Kastamonu's role in the Turkish revolution.

For the best views in town, head up to Saat Kulesi, a scenic viewpoint with vistas over distant hillsides that are particularly mesmerising at sunset. You can also stroll up to Kastamonu Castle, a medieval fortress boasting panoramic views over the city.

Serving up traditional village fare, Eflanili Konagi is one of Kastamonu's top restaurants. It's housed in a beautifully renovated timber-framed building filled with local artwork, low-lying tables and colourful lanterns. Fill up on buttery "tirit" bread, spiced meats and lavish Turkish breakfasts.

Getting around Kastamonu

Kastamonu is best explored on foot, especially around Cumhuriyet Caddesi. The city is also serviced by local buses and taxis. The main "otogar" bus station is six kilometres away, with buses running to Ankara in around four hours. Kastamonu Airport is a 30-minute drive outside the city centre.


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  • What are the best hotels in Kastamonu?

    Kastamonu Kadioglu Konagi is a very popular hotel in Kastamonu, with a score of 9.0 from 59 reviews. Park Dedeman Kastamonu (8.8 from 131 reviews) and Otel Mutevelli (8.2 from 18 reviews) are also highly rated Kastamonu hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.