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Tag Archives: Mardin Stone Houses

Erdoba Evleri Selcuklu Konagi

The restored konak, which now melts in with the Mardin silhouette, consists of 2 single rooms and 8 luxury double rooms, three of which are suites. To preserve the memory of the Artukid Dynasty, each room in the Selçuklu Konak is named after the great Artukid sultans who ruled and served in these lands. Originally from Oghuz Turks, Artukids ruled ... Read More »

Erdoba Evleri Osmanli Konagi

Osmanlı Konak was built by the Şahtene (Şatana) family in 1878. The same family remained in the konak until the hotel’s opening. The east side used to serve as a school building. During the restoration, the residence was preserved, with additions that remained loyal to the original state of the building. It is the centre of all social activities at ... Read More »

Erdoba Evleri Babil Konagi

Babil Konak was built in 1946 and was restored in 2005. The four story building is located on the main street. It is made of Mardin stone, and it brings history and comfort together. The residence offers a modern conference room with a capacity of 350 people, and a terrace with the great Mesopotamia view. Babil Konak features contemporary interiors ... Read More »

Erdoba Evleri Asur Konagi

Situated in a traditional Turkish stone building, Erdoba Evleri Asur Konagi offers Mesopotamian Valley views and air-conditioned accommodation with free Wi-Fi. A restaurant serving buffet breakfast is on site. A wide variety of kebabs and traditional Mardin soups are served in Erdoba Evleri Asur’s restaurant. Turkish desserts and coffee are also available. Rooms at Erdoba Evleri hotel are simply furnished ... Read More »

Abdulkadir Pasha Residence

It’s known to have had built in the later 19th century by Abdulkadir Pasha,who was a member of Board of Governors. It’s presumed that it was built by Chief Architect Sarkis Lole. The building which includes more than one residence in Teker Street has a threefold architecture. It spreads on a large are in east-west direction and has a terraced ... Read More »