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Help with accommodation in Cappadocia

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My husband and I want to spend four nights in Cappadocia. I've picked up some suggetions on this forum in recent posts. We are two active seniors with no walking or health problems.

We want to see all the major sights in the area. We're not sure where would be the best place to locate ourselves. We're not sure if we would rent a car--perhaps hire a car and driver as needed. Would renting a car be better? I have read that it is possible to get around Cappadocia pretty easily without renting a car, but perhaps that will affect where we base ourselves.

Goreme seems to be the major base. Urgup gets very good recommendations. However, it seems that many of the recommended hotels/b&b's in Urgup are located on a hill which is a steep climb from town. Should we have a car if we wanted to stay there because anytime we wanted to go somewhere we'd have to climb up a steep hill to return?

Also, specific recommendations for places to stay would be appreciated. I've picked up suggestions in recent posts on this forum. We're looking at 3 and 4 star options.

Thank you.

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