About this listing
Homely, quiet, interesting and inviting, this little guest house is a well-kept secret. Set in the middle of the beautiful 15-hectare orange grove, in the valley of mount Taygetus, the guest house is a wonderfully quiet, agro-tourist retreat, with a twist of urban architecture.
Four elegant en suite- bedrooms, a lovely garden, and a relaxed dining area comprise this small warm and friendly atmosphere A wonderfully quiet, agro-tourist retreat, with a twist of urban architecture comprises four elegant en suite- bedrooms, a lovely garden, and a relaxed dining and luxury area.
The four independent houses are tastefully decorated with warm colours, stylish paintings and recycled furniture. The ground floor, which opens onto the garden, has a lounging area with lush cushions where one can enjoy a wide variety of books from the small library situated over the fireplace. Each house is also equipped with a small kitchenette for preparing quick snacks from fresh produce off the garden, if one feels like preparing a simple meal.
The top floor is perfect to snuggle up and “cocoon” in bed with a good book on a cold winter day and enjoy the view of the mountains, often covered in snow until the early spring months. The private veranda overlooking the surrounding gardens and citrus groves: a private moment for all those untimely risers who want to enjoy moments of sunrise and bird (website hidden)ing of early mornings.
Pets are supplied with a small house and stay just outside each apartment.
Please give us notice if you are a family so that we can make arrangements for a children's menu.
Breakfast is included in the price of the room. A standard menu with a variety of options is sent to you by mail in order for you to choose and helps us prepare more efficiently.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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My name is Despina and I have two lovely little girls.
I love travel books, one of my favorite authors is Jan Morris and her books on Venice and Trieste.Travelling light is my motto since when you take less you bring back more in every sense of the word. I also love talking about places, people, cultures and of course food.