The enormous inn built by Syrian Musa Samas in Mardin, which has been home to Syrians for many years, has been challenging time since 1903. Mardin, a bridge connecting Mesopotamia and Anatolian lands, is home to many civilizations in its thousands of years of history. The city, which has been the capital of Syrians for a long time, also bears great traces from the Syrians people and its culture. In 1903, Musa Samas, one of the Syrian citizens of Mardin, built an inn with its savings. The inn, which was used as a barn and slaughterhouse of the owner and the city's people during the early periods, was also a accommodation center for traders who came to Midyat. Gelüşke Inn, which became the market for midyat people between 1950 and 1970, also abolished the public bazaar because the city's settlement plan changed in the 1980s. Gelüşke Inn, desolate for a while, is later bought by an entrepreneur named Veli Gunes. After renovation and repair work, the inn becomes a restaurant and accommodation center. Gelüşke Inn, who is described as the new pupil of the city, is one of the food and drink points that tourists visiting Mardin today do not return without stopping. Gelüşke Inn, it amazes all tourists with its handcrafted decorations and preserves its historical texture on its walls today, is one of the most popular spots in Mardin, though not the oldest.
Ambiyans olarak çok hoş. Tarihi bir konak içinde. Oturması keyifli. İçecekler lezzetli. Midyat tabağı adında karışık yöresel yemeklerin olduğu bir şey denedik. Mükemmel di yöresel lezzetleri tatmak isteyenlere önerebilirim.
Midyat'ın en köklü işletmecisinin mekanı. İlçedeki tek turistik kervansaray.. Hem cafe hem restoran, hem de sınırlı sayıdaki misafleriniz için vip konaklama hizmeti.. Midyat'a gelince mutlaka uğrayın..
Midyat'ta tarihi yerleri gezerken dinlenebiliceğiniz, kendine has mimarisi olan bir mekan. Yer sofralarında oturup yemek yemek ve dinlenmek mümkün çift taraftan giriş ve çıkışı var lavabo ve tuvalet imkanı mevcut.