Cinci Inn

Cinci Inn is one of the hundreds of inns and caravanserais in Anatolia that were built on the ancient trade route in Safranbolu. Cinci Inn was built by Karabaszade Huseyin Efendi known as Cinci Hoca, in 1645. The architect's name is unknown; however, some sources mention Koca Architect Kazim Aga. Since the Silk Road began to lose its effectiveness in the 20th century, Cinci Inn has been serving as a hotel, restaurant, and cafe bar recently.