The life-style of 100 years ago
In the past, the individuals living in the mansion would use their private rooms both as bedrooms and as a private space to receive guests. Besides the bed, these rooms would also include a seating divan, a table and chairs.
The “Mislina” room, with its double brass bed, art deco style furniture, is a place where grace has been transformed an art of living.
The room’s Viennese art deco dressing table, art deco solid oak coat hanger, two-person solid oak English sofa and art deco coffee table provide its guests with the opportunity to experience the exact kind of space that privileged Ottomans were accustomed to a hundred years prior.
As in the other rooms of the mansion this room also has been fitted with a chimneyed fireplace that will afford immense pleasure in the cool air of winter.
The window of this room provides a panoramic view that sweeps from the mansion’s extraordinary orange citrus grove to the neighboring houses in Reşadiye, and the Aegean’s turquoise waters sparkling in the distance.
Looking out the Windows, you can see the marvelous citrus garden of the mansion, neighboring houses in Reşadiye district and the Aegean Sea inthe distant brightness of blue.