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House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 7

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

The property is situated in Charamida bay, in an olive green and traditional stone architectural area, just in front of the sea! Our villa is a two-storey building, that can accomodates with maximum spaciousness seven guests. It is a 250m2 villa in a more than 4200m2 garden full of trees,flowers, vegetables and herbs, in an area full of olive grooves and pine trees.The entrance to the house leads you to the first living room with sofas, tables and a large dining table, decorated with our personal taste to keep the traditional island's style. Next to the main living room, the kitchen is fully equiped with all you may need.The main living room ushers you to the second living room decorated according to the easterns style!A wooden stair leads you to the attic, that has a semidouble bed,library,desk and occasional tables, a large balcony with impressive view of the sea and a private bathroom!At the basement there are two big bedrooms with double beds and bathroom and balconies.There is also one more bedroom with two single beds and private bathroom! All rooms are airy and sunny and have got closets. The unique asset of the property, however, is its yard and its location just a few meters from the sea. At our yard you can drink coffee, eat breakfast or lunch and enjoy the nature, the dazzling view and relax under the sun! You can also try(out of charge of course) directly from our garden our tasty organic vegetables.

Charamida bay is located just 10km.from the airport of Mytilene and 5 km.from Loutra village.Loutra is a picturesque village with industrial stone building of the 19th century and a beautiful square, along with folklore and great spiritual tradition. ?he village can provide you with whatever you possibly need: freshly-baked morning bread, a seven-day week mini market (12 hours per day) and many cafes serving traditional alcohol drinks and “meze” (small dishes of local cuisine). There is also a famous ouzo distillery, which you can visit and buy the famous local drink and a Women cooperative where you can buy traditional lolcal products, such as yoghurt, milk, cheese, sweets and soaps!At Loutra also there is the “Minor Asia memory museum”and an oil press where you can buy extra virgin olive oil.Also just in our villa's area there are many restaurants with local cuisine and spirits and beach of Charamida, organised with beach bars , umbrellas and sunbeds.Moreover 3km.away is the Agios Ermogenis beach.Ermogenis is a beautiful cove with clear turquoise waters, a rocky shore, a white church and vivid blue paint details on adjacent buildings that create a scene reminiscent of the Cyclades. There are two small south facing beaches, separated by a rocky outcrop. You can park at the roadside under the trees, or drive down a short dirt track to a car park and here is a fish taverna with a shady terrace overlooking the glistening sea and a small fishing jetty. The iconic little church is a short walk away and its walls provide a shady picnic spot as well as further panoramic views. It is worth a look inside – there are modern paintings of saints and a fresco on the interior of the high dome.

The house is fully equipped with bed-linen and kitchen utensils along with some primary necessities, such as coffee, sugar, olive oil and spices.

Of course you can be supplied with whatever you may need after you have been in contact with us.

We can inform you about excursions and activities on request, in one of the most beautiful islands of the Aegean, Lesvos.

Lesvos is the third-largest island, after Crete and Evia, and has a picturesque and constantly changing scenery. To the west, the lunar-like plains give way to the long sandy beaches and salt marshes in the centre of the island, while in the east side dominate ever green forested mountains and thick olive groves.[around 11 million live trees.]

The town capital, Mytilini, is a vivid port which abounds in both ouzeris and nightlife.The island's accommodation is adequate and satisfactory enough, while the north coast town of Molyvos [Mythimna] with its much obliging treat, promises to meet every visitor's expectations.Its old quaint and traditional houses stacked and pinned on winding lanes overlooking the sea, seem to have just popped out of a fairy tale. Lesvos also takes pride in its cultural attractions which vary from contemporary museums to Byzantine monasteries.

Lesvos is surely one of the most prosperous Greek islands thanks to both its touristic appeal and its local olive-oil production. These two assets along with its ouzo and wine produce make the island particularly famous worldwide.

The endless opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and birdwatching surely make Lesvos popular with nature lovers. Its therapeutic and relaxing hot springs are also something that Lesvos is proud of.

The island of Lesvos has also to show a huge cultural legacy which dates back from the 7th century until nowadays.The musical composer Terpander, the poet Arion along with the Nobel Prize-winning poet Odysseas Elytis and primitive painter Theofilos are all of them indigenous personalities. The prominent philosophers Aristotle and Epicurus also used to have an academy here in Lesvos. However, Sappho seems to be the most distinguished Lesbian figure which, in turn, entrances and finally leads lesbians from all over the world to Scala Eressou, her seaside hometown, to the west of Lesvos.[630 B.C]

Lesvos never sleeps and that is because of the incessant life all year round which is instilled not only by the island's nature, but also by its university students who literally inundate the island while they enjoy a top quality education in University of Aegean.

Size Sleeps up to 7, 4 bedrooms
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 3 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Dining seats for 14, Lounge seats for 8
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

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15 Jul 2014

5/5

"Fantastic Stay"

We have stayed in this villa as two families with one small children each. House is with four large rooms (we used three of it), large kitchen and huge veranda. The place is silent and a bonus taverna… More

Namik and his family are great guests!We highly recomment them for any potential hosts!We were really pleased to meet such a kind and gentle family!
We wish we will meet them again!

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Calendar last updated:04 Aug 2014

Based in Greece

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