Casa Cook

Just off the Anatolian coast of Turkey, lies the island of Rhodes. It’s the capital of the Dodecanese islands and home to one of the oldest and best preserved medieval towns in Europe. It’s also where Abe and I spent a part of our honeymoon nearly 5 years ago. We’ve recently mulled over the idea of returning to Turkey and the Greek isles someday but now, after discovering the island’s stunning newcomer, Casa Cook, I’m jonesing to make travel plans ASAP. With each of the 90 rooms boasting direct pool access, hammocks scattered throughout and the Aegean Sea just a bike ride away, this rustic chic resort seems like a little slice of heaven.

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(images via Casa Cook)

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6 Comments

  1. Michelle wrote:

    What a stunning house, I love the natural shades and the clear architecture. Beautiful!
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    6.28.16
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  2. Aimilia wrote:

    I think that from the text someone could understand that Rhodos is in Turkey. Actually Rhodos is a Greek island. Thank you.

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  3. Anna wrote:

    This is a nice article and I don’t mean to be rude, but Rhodes is part of Greece. I think that should have been clearly stated regardless of its proximity to Turkey. For someone who doesn’t know that your intro is a little bit misleading! Nevertheless as I already mentioned the article is beautiful!

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  4. Christel wrote:

    This place ‘s surname is heaven, for sure. Everything’s perfect inside and outside. Just love it !

    7.4.16
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  5. wow! this looks like an incredible place to stay, you said it perfectly…a slice of heaven =o)

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    7.5.16
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