Nissaki, Barbati, Gouvia, Kommeno & Corfu Town, Corfu, Greece
- Stunning sea views
- Walk to a restaurant
- Beautiful pool
About the villa
Sympathetically restored to retain its three centuries of character, and unobtrusively updated with the contemporary facilities, this lovely old house and guesthouse nestle amid two acres of picturesque gardens and grounds. Palms, flowering shrubs and numerous types of fruit and citrus trees fill its garden terraces, whilst it also has its own olive grove, from which organic olive oil is made most years. A stroll through the tiered garden reveals a picnic table in a sunny spot, a classic stone fountain, a pergola cloaked in bougainvillea and, privately positioned just below the main house the pretty guesthouse and oval swimming pool. There is a shower and thatched shade at the poolside with sundowner seating and millstone tables, rustic benches with beautiful rural and sea views that stretch right down the coast to Corfu Town. Inside the villa there are two Jacuzzi bathrooms and three charming bedrooms, each with air conditioning; a country kitchen is fitted with quality appliances; and the beamed sitting room has big sofas, a wood-burning stove and wall mounted TV, and opens on to a large covered dining and seating area.
The guesthouse has air conditioning and comprises a lovely open plan sitting room, kitchen area and washroom downstairs. Upstairs, two bedrooms, one a kingsize with four poster bed and a small double bedroom (suitable for one adult or two children) share a bathroom.
- Sitting room opening onto terrace
- Utility room
- Double bedroom (king size bed) opening to balcony
- Twin bedroom
- Master double bedroom (super king size bed) with study area
Guest House-Ground Floor
- Sitting room
Guest House-First Floor
- Second master bedroom (four poster king size bed)
- Small double bedroom (suitable for one adult or two children only)
- LCD HDMI Satellite TV
- iPod dock
- DVD Player
- Air conditioning in all bedrooms and sitting room
- Insect screens
- 9m x 6m
- 1m x 1.7m deep
- Ladder Access
- Pool towels
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
Please note the guest house will be closed for parties of 1 to 6 people. Should the guest house be requested for small parties, a supplement will apply on booking.
An English speaking CV Representative will visit during your stay. Contact details will be sent with your travel documents.
Arrival from 17:00. Departure by 10:00.
Please refer to the Health & Safety pages on this website.
EOT Tourist Licence number: 0829K10000540501
- Barbati 5km
- Nisaki 7.3km
- Kaminaki 9.7km
- Agni 11.5km
- Kalami 16km
- Corfu Airport 16km
Gouvia was once a Venetian naval base and a way-station for the London–Karachi flying-boat service; it now has the island’s biggest marina. Close by, upmarket Kommeno, and the former fishing villages of Nissaki and Barbati for a holiday, represent the best of rural Corfu. Civilized yet unspoilt, the area is half way along Corfu’s most beautiful stretch of coast. Yet, since it flanks the main road, from here the whole of northern Corfu is open to exploration, by bus or—better still—by car.
Find out more about Nissaki, Barbati, Gouvia, Kommeno & Corfu Town.
Book your seats on our CV charter flight from Gatwick. CV Villas is also delighted to offer our own allocation of scheduled seats on British Airways from London Heathrow to Corfu and on Easyjet from London Gatwick to Corfu. We can also organise charter flights from most regional airports to Corfu to suit your requirements.
Car hire can be pre-booked through CV Villas with collection at the airport or port of arrival, and in some cases the hire car can be delivered to the villa for an additional charge. Please ask for details.
There is no better way to explore the coastline and discover deserted bays and coves with their translucent water to add to the overall enjoyment of your holiday. Small boats and speedboats can be pre-booked with our UK office and we recommend early reservations, especially in July and August, as availability is limited. UK boat licences will no longer be valid in Europe from January 2021 due to Brexit. Smaller size boats can still be hired without a licence which remains unchanged.