This renovated 200 year old house will blow your mind! The 50cm thick stone walls will keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter! Sea view, wooden floors, 2 fireplaces, underfloor heating, big garden, 2 large balconies and parking.
Choosing to stay at our property will provide you with a unique opportunity to experience the rich history of Greece first hand. The building itself is over 200 years old with original features preserved throughout the house from the wooden supporting beams to the windows on the lower floor originally designed for protection.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests will have access to the full property, complete with two balconies, four bedrooms with space for two people in each, two lounges (one of which can contains a small kitchenette, open fire place and can be converted into a 5th bedroom sleeping two people) Full kitchen facilities, including crockery. Main lounge space with television and a second open fireplace. Two large balconies with fantastic views of the distant mountains and sea- situated 3km from the house. A spacious garden containing fresh orange, lemon, fig, pear, pomegranate, olive, loquat and grapefruit trees which guests are welcome to help themselves to.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will be on hand to provide you with keys and answer any questions about the property when you arrive, we will then leave you to enjoy the house in peace! Unless you have any further queries in which case we will be more than happy to help out.
We expect guests to treat the property with all the care and respect they would show towards their own home. We welcome guests to enjoy the area and make use of the houses' facilities.
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I am a PhD student living both in Athens and London. I study nanotechnology and bioengineering and I really enjoy the thrill of research and discovery. Don't hesitate to ask me for recommendations, hidden cool places or trip advice for Athens, Peloponnese or the rest of Greece. Greece offers different pleasures depending which month or season you are visiting. Sandy beaches at summer and breathtaking landscapes in winter. The houses are hosted by myself and when I am not there by my family, mother and step-father. My step-father has lived and worked in Paris as an architect and now he is working in Athens. Feel free to ask him and my mother about great restaurants, deli shops, cheese, wine or just practise your French!