- Magnificent sea views
- Walk to shops and restaurants
From £4,391 per week
Eastern Crete, Crete, Greece
Situated on the outskirts of Elounda, Crete, this elegant property offers a perfect Grecian getaway for all the family. On the ground floor of this modern villa, guests will discover a spacious living/dining area, complete with neutral decor, a fireplace and high ceilings. There is even a study area furnished with a desk. The kitchen is fully equipped, with french doors that open onto a shady lounge terrace with access to the pool area. The ground floor also features two double bedrooms, one of which can be accessed via an external entrance, and features a bathroom en suite and opening to the terrace. Head to the first floor and discover a gorgeous master bedroom furnished with a four poster bed and en suite bathroom complete with a rain shower. The first floor also includes a double bedroom with a bathroom en suite, which can be accessed via an external staircase. This space offers lovely sea views and access to two pretty terraces.
Four more double bedrooms can be found on the lower ground floor, three of which are easily convertible into twin rooms. Each has a shower room en suite. Ideal for a family stay, the lower ground floor is also home to a gym, furnished with exercise equipment and fun activities such as table tennis. This villa also offers fantastic outdoor living spaces. Cook in the charming outdoor kitchen and dine al fresco under the shaded terrace overlooking dazzling sea views, before heading for a dip in the infinity pool. Amenities can be found in Elounda, just 3km away, or Plakka, 5km away. Must-see local spots include Spinalonga, rich in historical ruins, and the sandy beaches of the Island of Chryssi. Heraklion Airport is just 60km away.
An English speaking CV Representative will visit during your stay. Contact details will be sent with your travel documents.
Arrival from 1600hr Depart by 1000hr
Even by the standards of an island that boasts plenty of it, there are those who consider Eastern Crete to be especially charming. It offers much of what the western area provides but at a slightly more sedate and less developed pace. Villages steeped in tradition, mountain gorges, secluded coves and architectural gems from the pages of history as well as some seriously fine beaches and great walking are among the numerous attractions in a region less rugged and populous than elsewhere – something that appeals to and enchants those looking for a slightly quieter Cretan sojourn.
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