Lourdas Studios Eagle's Nest, great sea view, pool


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  1. 3 guests
  2. Studio
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Lovely studios Eagle's Nest (Lourdata Kefalonia): lovely studios in Lourdata with stunning view of Ionian Sea! Studios can comfortably accommodate 2-4 persons. Clean water of spacious swimming pool will refresh you on hot day. Cute balconies of studios will delight you with amazing sea panorama, view of Zante island, graceful caressing shore of Kefalonia, and Lourdas beach, which is about 800 m walk. You will feel the relaxed atmosphere of Greek heartland with its genuine warmth and hospitality.

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Lourdata Kefalonia hotels

Our family-run Eagle’s Nest studios are located in the lovely town of Lourdata on the southwest coast of Kefalonia, Greece.

Studios offer a wonderful panorama of the Ionian Sea, opening from cozy balconies.
The rooms are designed for 2 guests, but if necessary we can arrange 2 more extra beds.

Each studio is a 30 m2 room (one space) with 2 single beds, a spacious wardrobe, bedside tables, a kitchenette, a dining table, a mirror with a console.

The bathroom is equipped with a sink, shower, WC.

Each studio offers a balcony or a nice patio.

The hotel is located on a spacious territory: lovely, well-kept pool will cool you on a hot day; on sun loungers, you can sunbathe and spend time reading your favorite book.
There is ample parking for guests.

Lourdas Beach is approximately 800 meters from the studios by an asphalt road winding between the charming houses. Climbing back can be tiring if you are not a fan of physical activity. Usually, a minibus runs on the Lourdas-Vlahata-Trapezaki-Lourdas route (subject to KTEL approval), where you can quickly get to the sea and back.

Lourdata, like most towns, goes down to the sea as an amphitheater. On the coast you will find several taverns and bars where you can get tasty dishes.

A hundred meters from the hotel there is a cozy Platanos bar with amazing sea views.
The nearest mini market are located 300 m from the hotel.

Lourdata can be a great starting point for traveling around Kefalonia. We recommend that you have a car that will give you the opportunity to get acquainted with the beautiful beaches of the island, its cute towns, picturesque lagoons.

If you need help with a transfer or car rental, please let us know and we will be happy to arrange this for you.

We hope you will have a wonderful time at our cozy Eagle’s Nest studios!


Kefalonia holidays
Lourdata Kefalonia
Studios Eagle’s Nest
Greece vacations

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom area
2 single beds, 1 crib

What this place offers

Bay view
Courtyard view
Free parking on premises
Shared pool
Pets allowed
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Where you’ll be

Lourdata, Greece

Lourdata stretches on a rather steep cliff, towering as an amphitheatre above the sea at the foot of the majestic Mount Enos (Ainos). Right above, there is the highest point of the Lourdata mountain range. You will not regret it, if you arrange yourself travelling to this whitish top.
Lourdata has an extremely favourable location - 14 km from the airport and 16 km from Argostoli - the capital of Kefalonia (Cephalonia). It is equally easy to get to the famous beach of Myrtos as well as Poros and Sami, where you can catch a ferry to the neighbouring Ithaca or the mainland. If you have time to visit the island of Zakynthos, please, go to Pessada located just 8 km from Lourdata – a small ferry sails daily from this town to the island.
Hikers will spend perfect time walking along the coast towards Trapezaki. Along the way, you probably will not be able to resist the temptation to take a dip in the bays that you will meet along the way, admire the ruins of ancient buildings, and sunbathe on a wild beach. Although, be careful: the road may take fiew hours. Moreover, be sure to take into account the fact that the "return to civilization" can only happen if you turn back or reach the next town, because the break towering over the shore almost does not provide for rising to the top.
You can also make your way through the top road before reaching a pretty, little church and the beach Trapezaki. There is a hiking trail winding between tiny mountain streams and green, lush, and almost tropical forest.
Before reaching a bend to Trapezaki, you can turn to a secluded small beach Kanali, to which you will be lead by a narrow path that runs along the steep slope, where the locals manage to break the vegetable gardens growing in abundance tomatoes, squash, pumpkins, potatoes, cucumbers, and other eco-friendly edibles.
To the south of Lourdata, there is the Sission monastery. To get to it, you have to go up to the motorway heading towards the rocks, walk or drive to the sign indicating the right direction, and go down the paved road to the monastery, which houses a miraculous icon. Then, the asphalt turns into gravel and leads to the ruins of the old building of Sission that was destroyed by the earthquake.
Proceeding along the path further down, you will be taken to a wild beach with boulders and scenic coastline - no wonder the locals call it Paradisi, that is a “little paradise”.
From the motorway, just above Lourdata, the serpentine leads up to the nature reserve located on the top of the Mount Enos, the monastery of Saint Gerasimos, and the fortress of St. George. Along this way, the local people make the procession carrying the miraculous icon from the Sissia monastery to the Church of Annunciation (Church of Evangelistria) located near the fortress at the very top of the hill.
A perfect place for the wedding ceremony would be the church of Agia Paraskevi secluded among shaggy pines. The history of the church dates back to the 14th century. Restored recently, it is made of stone of a sand shade and is famous for its hagiography.
Cute Lourdata is sure to enchant you with its own unique charm, comfort, silence, and sweet aroma of herbs and flowers, beckoning to come back here again. Sincere hospitality of the locals will conquer you with its warmth and simplicity. It is not surprising that many, if not all, are keen to experience again and again that feeling of heavenly calm and serene joy that overcomes you in Lourdata and is almost universal in Kefalonia (Cephalonia) gently washed by the sky-blue waters of the warm Ionian Sea.

P.S. For the convenience of tourists, from 2014 on the beach of Lourdas - Trapezaki beach - Vlachata runs a mini bus (subject to yearly confirmation by KTEL).

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Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with building staff
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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No smoke alarm
Pool/hot tub without a gate or lock
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