A unique combination of comfort & ambience. Ideal for both couples & families, located in a quiet corner of Peroulades village, 0.5 kms away from the famous Logas (Sunset Beach).
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Staying in our home is equivalent to living in a quiet, calm village house. The front balcony offers you the chance to relax and socialise in the cool shade, while there is a lawn in the front yard for sunbathing and children to play. The rear balcony has a view of our organic field and there is also a pergola on the southern side of the house, where you can enjoy coffee or tea. Understanding your needs we have equipped our house with appliances for your convenience, entertainment and information.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to all spaces and the organic field, if they are interested in learning about the joy of organic cultivation, where my husband grows vegetables. A storage room, on the northern side of the house is not accessible as it is the room where we store our things.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are eager to help our guests. As we stay in a village a few minutes away, we are on hand to give any help or information, if needed. Necessary consumables are provided for the first couple of days, as well as a welcome basket with local products.
The care of the field and the small greenhouse, as well of the garden, is undertaken by my husband at discrete hours. Guests are offered organic vegetables (according to the season) and are welcome to join in cultivation of the organic field, if they wish. Two adult bicycles with infant seats and two children's bicycles come with the house so you can discover the area. There is a baby cot and a child`s seat for younger guests. Greek lessons are possible, as both myself and my husband teach Greek (Modern and Ancient) as a foreign language. As an author and researcher on traditional Corfiot and Greek cuisine myself, I can also offer lessons in Greek cuisine.
We are hope that our guests will treat our home with care, as their own. Smoking is allowed; pets are allowed too. There are no very close neighbours. The nearer houses belong to a British family and a local family, who has a farm, both of whom are very helpful. The local farm sells duck and goose meat, eggs and other farm produce.
I am a teacher of Ancient and Modern Greek Language and Literature, who lived and worked abroad (Africa, Australia) for several years and have always enjoyed getting to know different cultures. As well as Greek, I speak both English and Italian. One of my main hobbies is research into traditional Greek and Corfiot cuisine and the preparation of different types of food, jams, liqueurs; I recently published a book on the culinary and therapeutic traditions of the area. My husband, a teacher of children with special needs, grows organic vegetables in a traditional way (no chemicals, no manure, no fertilisers) from indigenous seeds (only varieties, no hybrids) and plays music (trumpet, guitar and bouzouki). He also speaks English. My daughters, Dimitra and Angeliki, both high school students, play music (piano and violin), sing with the Corfu Children's Choir and love drawing. Both speak English and French. As a family we love traveling, in Greece or abroad, and meeting interesting and friendly people.