On our Turkey's Magical Hideaways trip, we had quite the opposite experience of the original poster.
Although there were many animals in the village we were in, we could not smell them from the houses where we stayed. We enjoyed walking around this little town, and people were very friendly and interacted with us. We had an attractive private room, as did each couple (single women were in a room together, and there were no single men on our trip.) Beds were comfortable, and the plumbing worked fine. Although the men of the family dominated the hour where we were presenting small gifts to the family and hearing the story of their lives (The men's lives only; the women didn't speak up) there were other less public times when we were able to "talk" to the women through our guide and to connect with them. In the morning, I helped to cook French toast on a grill set into the fireplace (yes, she cooked in a fireplace!) of the kitchen with the mother of the family, flipping the slices as she fed small twigs into the fire. We ate it with sweet cherry jam that she had canned herself. I am thinking of her smiling face as i write this, and remembering how we were laughing and communicating with gestures. The whole experience was pleasant and comfortable, and we enjoyed it very much. Believe me, we have slept in a LOT of worse places!
Perhaps the moral is "nothing ventured, nothing gained?" It's only one night of your whole life.........If it's a truly bad experience, it makes a good story later. And if it's a pleasant experience, it's a good memory later.