Master bedroom with walkthrough door to the patioFully equipped kitchen


Casa/apto. entero

4 huéspedes

2 dormitorios

4 camas

Casa/apto. entero

4 huéspedes

2 dormitorios

4 camas

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2 or 3 bedroom luxurious villas for 2-6 people. Private swimming pools, Air conditioning.
For those who like peace and quiet the setting is ideal, with no other building in close proximity.( car hire is recommended )


El alojamiento
El alojamiento
Capacidad: 4
Baños: 2
Dormitorios: 2
Camas: 4
Tipo de habitación: Casa/apto. entero

Servicios
Servicios

Precios
Precios
Personas adicionales: Sin cargo
Descuento por semana: 29%
Cancelación: Moderada

Descripción
Descripción

2 or 3 bedroom luxurious villas for 2-6 people. Private swimming pools, Air conditioning.
For those who like peace and quiet the setting is ideal, with no other building in close proximity.( car hire is recommended )

2 or 3 bedroom luxurious villas for 2-6 people. Private swimming pools, Air conditioning.
For those who like peace and quiet the setting is ideal, with no other building in close proximity.

There are 8 villas.
They all have:
Private garden and patio area with swimming pool
1 bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, toilet & hand basin
1 shower room, with toilet & hand basin
Lounge with fireplace and television
Well equipped kitchen, with microwave, dishwasher and washing machine
Free WiFi
All also have use of:
A larger communal pool with bar and cafe/barbecue area
A small gym and a sauna
The central vegetable garden which will offer organic produce free to all to pick and use as they wish .

Alma the owner and her daughter Eleni intend to:
Give free drinks at the pool/cafe/bar and, when they are cooking for the family, offer guests the choice of eating with them.
Alma and family will be living on site and will provide housekeeping service and maintenance.

Agios Anophris beach is about 1 kilometer from the villas. This pretty beach, which has been awarded a Blue Flag, faces west so gets the day's sun to the very last minute! There are two taverns here so, food and drink is close at hand to sustain you through a hard day on the beach.

Akrotiri Peninsula:
if you have a map of Crete you will find the Akrotiri Peninsula set to the north east of the city of Chania. It is almost spherical piece of land attached to the rest of Crete by a narrow "stalk". On its western coast are numerous small beaches; the most notable of which being Stavros. This very sheltered horseshoe bay is almost completely enclosed by land and the southern side of the bay is fringed with soft sand, which shelves very slowly towards the extremely calm sea, making it the perfect spot for those with small children. When I last visited, a few years ago, it was still unspoilt and quiet, although there were a few large and virtually empty taverns around; perhaps these are full in Summer so the place might be quite busy then! Akrotiri itself is hilly rather than mountainous and as far as I could discover there were few beaches on its eastern shores.

The airport for Chania is situated towards the eastern side of the peninsula but there are few planes and those that passed overhead when I visited the villas were hardly noticeable. Immediately south and between Akrotiri and the rest of the island is the very sheltered natural harbor of Souda bay. At the edge of the bay is the well-tended Allied War cemetery where row after immaculate row, stand the headstones of soldiers who fought and were killed in the Battle of Crete.
Chania, which is approx. 7 kilometers from the villas, has its origins in Venetian times and most of the old city is contained within broad, ancient walls. Within these walls, and clustering around the harbor, are well preserved Venetian Merchants houses with an Ottoman Empire Turkish mosque on the eastern side of the sheltered water. Thankfully, all old buildings are protected from destruction and most have been restored without damage to their facades. It seems that nearly every house now offers their rooms, roofless restaurants or interesting shops. The streets are narrow and mostly impassable to cars making the whole area wonderful for aimless wander! At night the place awakens and around the harbor the lights of the taverns twinkle on the still water, the calm of which belies the buzz of life all around.
The position of the villas is good for those who wish to explore Crete as the north coast road, which is not far from the Akrotiri peninsula, provides easy access toboth south, west and middle of the island.

Alma the owner and her daughter Eleni intend to:
Give free drinks at the pool/cafe/bar and, when they are cooking for the family, offer guests the choice of eating with them.
Alma and family will be living on site and will provide housekeeping service and maintenance.

Agios Anophris beach is about 1 kilometer from the villas. This pretty beach, which has been awarded a Blue Flag, faces west so gets the day's sun to the very last minute! There are two taverns here so, food and drink is close at hand to sustain you through a hard day on the beach.

Akrotiri Peninsula:
if you have a map of Crete you will find the Akrotiri Peninsula set to the north east of the city of Chania. It is almost spherical piece of land attached to the rest of Crete by a narrow "stalk". On its western coast are numerous small beaches; the most notable of which being Stavros. This very sheltered horseshoe bay is almost completely enclosed by land and the southern side of the bay is fringed with soft sand, which shelves very slowly towards the extremely calm sea, making it the perfect spot for those with small children. When I last visited, a few years ago, it was still unspoilt and quiet, although there were a few large and virtually empty taverns around; perhaps these are full in Summer so the place might be quite busy then! Akrotiri itself is hilly rather than mountainous and as far as I could discover there were few beaches on its eastern shores.

The airport for Chania is situated towards the eastern side of the peninsula but there are few planes and those that passed overhead when I visited the villas were hardly noticeable. Immediately south and between Akrotiri and the rest of the island is the very sheltered natural harbor of Souda bay. At the edge of the bay is the well-tended Allied War cemetery where row after immaculate row, stand the headstones of soldiers who fought and were killed in the Battle of Crete.
Chania, which is approx. 7 kilometers from the villas, has its origins in Venetian times and most of the old city is contained within broad, ancient walls. Within these walls, and clustering around the harbor, are well preserved Venetian Merchants houses with an Ottoman Empire Turkish mosque on the eastern side of the sheltered water. Thankfully, all old buildings are protected from destruction and most have been restored without damage to their facades. It seems that nearly every house now offers their rooms, roofless restaurants or interesting shops. The streets are narrow and mostly impassable to cars making the whole area wonderful for aimless wander! At night the place awakens and around the harbor the lights of the taverns twinkle on the still water, the calm of which belies the buzz of life all around.
The position of the villas is good for those who wish to explore Crete as the north coast road, which is not far from the Akrotiri peninsula, provides easy access toboth south, west and middle of the island.


Disponibilidad
Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

Alojado por Eleni

Creta, Grecia · Miembro desde Junio de 2013
Eleni
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