Discover Strandja House

Farm stay hosted by Jordan

  1. 8 guests
  2. 4 bedrooms
  3. 8 beds
  4. 3 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the accommodation on the farm to yourself.
Great location
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Our family, old stile house located in the heart of the Strandzha Natural Park just 20 km from the sea. Enjoy your week or month in the most clear and untouched nature place in Europe, Strandzha Mountain.

The space
We offer 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 50 sq.m. leaving room space located at the 1st floor of our house, accommodating up to 8 people.

Outdoor BBQ facility with fire place is also at the disposal of our guests.

Kosti is one of those Greek villages in Strandja the population of which differs significantly from the Greek population in the Black Sea coastal towns of Tzarevo and Ahtopol. The local people had well developed agriculture and cattle breeding along with specific lifestyle and interesting traditions, reflected to a certain extent in the old houses that have been preserved for centuries in the village.
The village of Kosti, as it is obvious from its name, is connected with the patron of the nestinari (the fire-dancers) - St. Konstantine (or as they usually pronounce it in Strandja - St. Kostadin). It is a typical fire-dancing village, in which many of the families were hereditary fire-dancers. Along with the church, there was a special worship building in the village, called "konak", where the fire-dancing icons used to be kept. After the Balkan war the Greeks from the village of Kosti migrated to Greek Macedonia, where they brought the fire-dancing tradition. Thus the Strandja ritual of dancing in the fire was also spread into Northern Greece.
The typical sight-seeing sites in the village of Kosti are the church "St. St. Ciril and Metodii" with its unique iconostasis and the several well preserved old Greek houses.
In the forests surrounding Kosti village one can see the biggest formations of Strandja periwinkle (Rhododendron Ponticum), a relict species, growing only there.
The location of Kosti is very suitable for walking tours in all direction - along the valley of Veleka river via Brodilovo to Ahtopol and Sinemoretz on the Black Sea coast, against the current of the river - to Gramatikovo and Kachul, or to Bulgari village to the North - whichever direction you choose, you will enjoy the beautiful views and landscape.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds
Bedroom 3
2 single beds

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
Washer
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
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Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Where you’ll be

Kosti, Burgas, Bulgaria

"Stranger, you who come here, be healthy!" - This blessing is inscribed on a marble tomb plate, built in the altar of the Old Catholic church in Malko Tarnovo and dates back to 2nd century BC. "For God's sake, stranger, do not stop in the middle of the road, but continue to enjoy Strandzha's sea of virgin forests!", a Bulgarian writer said in the beginning of 20th century. And we can not disagree with them. The nature in Strandzha is blessed for it combines the sea, the mountain and the Mediterranean sun. The hidden sense of the antique inscription is clear - Strandzha, inhabited by humans since prehistorical times, according to the beliefs of the ancient people, gives a strong spirit and a healthy body. Even nowadays everybody who comes to these lands is touched by the richness of Strandzha's nature, bows down before the monuments of the ancient culture, and is fascinated by the spiritual heritage, preserved in the customs, traditions, folklore and mythology of the local people. Strandzha is not a beaten tourist path but it offers a unique and beautiful tourist adventure. In Strandzha everybody will feel like a child of Mother Nature, well protected from the killing noisiness of the modern civilization. And the quite humbleness of the small village churches and chapels will nurture your belief, because there is no other place where it is so well kept as in Brashlian, Zabernovo, Kosti, Balgari and many other Strandja villages and towns. Around the aiasmas (curing springs) the stories about magicians, fairies and elfs are still alive, and so is the secret of the ancient custom of fire-dancing. The old Strandja houses, filled with warmth and hospitality, offer a healing sense of comfort.

Hosted by Jordan

  1. Joined in July 2015
  • 7 Reviews
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 2:00 PM - 2:00 AM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
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Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $173

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